The overtone manual – exercises and licks
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24 pages full of great overtone exercises.
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Overtones are a part of your sound no matter what sound you produce on what instrument.
Often we describe a sound as very rich, full, fat.
These words are mostly a sign of a sound with a lot of overtones.
Our ears hear this no matter what level you are on in listening to music.
The overtones in your sound also makes you have a clear sound.
This makes it easier to execute melodies and runs on the saxophone because the sound is “just there”.
The flow of a sound with many overtones makes it easy to play any jumps, play high or low, fast or slow, because the sound is always clear.
Overtones also have a direct influence on your ability to play falsetto register on the saxophone.
When I take a moment to think of great jazz saxophone heroes which apply overtones in their playing there is
Dexter Gordon, John Coltrane, Michael Brecker, Chris Potter.
EASIER FALSETTO REGISTER
Practice overtones using the “The overtone manual – exercises and licks” will help you get there faster.
The manual takes you through 5 rows of overtones with more than 10 exercises per row.
You will get to exercise scales and licks with overtones which you can apply directly to your playing.
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Practice overtones and get better control
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