Practice The Difficult Things: Phrasing, Timing, Ear-Training

Here is my way to become better at what you really suck at.
The fastest way to become a better improviser and generally a better player is practicing the things you are not good at.
But practicing the things you suck at are also the most challenging and most difficult to face.


50+ pages full exercises and licks
-Lick based scale exercises
-Licks and exercises added articulation marks
-all exercises and licks are transposed to all 12 keys
+ all lesson examples are transposed to the Tenor, Alto and Concert keys. 

In this tutorial
00:00 Hard Skills That Pay Off
00:53 Rhythm, Timing, Articulation, Ear-training
01:13 Strong Articulation
02:29 Play With Great Timing
02:59 Always add the Metronome
03:23 Train You Technique Like You Are Playing Music
04:31 Play What You Hear
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My setup:
Tenor saxophone: Selmer MKVI 82xxx
mouthpiece is an old Otto Link Babbit – refaced from opening 6 to opening 8/8,5
Alto – The Martin Alto
Soprano – Yanagisawa Elimona