Inside the saxophone and the clarinet
How to memorize a chord progression?
In this article, we've shared some tips on how to memorize a jazz chord progression. With some examples!
Fun and creativity with triads
In this article, Sylvie shares how she is working on triads while developing her own original harmonic progressions
Pentatonic scales in jazz : part #1
This is the first article of a series focused on how to use pentatonic scales in jazz improvisation. In this first part, a little theory and examples of how to simply use pentatonic scales on chords derived from natural major scale harmony.
Victor Raimondeau's inspiration playlist!
Victor Raimondeau told us about the songs that inspire him or that he simply enjoys! Check it out!
Sax in pop music | Sax in Music Genres
In genre of pop music, that is so vast and varied, where does the sax belong? Syos enlightens you about the saxophones role.
The sax mouthpiece protection pads
Pads are an essential accessory for saxophonists and they exist in various shapes and materials. But how to choose them and how to use them ? Syos tells you everything!
Saxophone in rock music | Sax in Music Genres
In which famous songs can we find saxophone solos, and who are the saxophonists in rock? Syos teaches you about the sax-rock romance!
From Desmond to Brecker: the brightness of the saxophone tone
It's all about brightness. When people describe saxophone tone, this word is always the most used. But what does this mean? How can we define brightness, and how to be sure that we all mean the same thing when we use this word? The acousticians investigate.
Saxophone sound practice #2: Overtones
This is the second saxophone exercice of the series Practice Your Own Sound by Sylvie. It focuses on the overtones, and will help you getting a richer tone and have greater accuracy in the high register.