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5 Essential Tips To Improve Your Sound On The Saxophone

Improve your tone & sound more like you!

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What does this video course cover? How to improve your control of the saxophone with some very simple steps.

What will the result be? You will sound more like you!

Who is this for? Both beginners and intermediate players.


"A lesson with Matthew goes beyond tuition and learning, it is an inspiration. I already feel transformed by his brilliant approach."

- Ed Norman

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These 5 essential tips take you through improvements that you can make to what YOU do, whatever your set up on the saxophone.

Set the foundations to improve your control and create a sound that is uniquely yours.

Your Instructor


Matthew Smith
Matthew Smith

Matthew is a UK based saxophonist & educator. He has been playing professional gigs throughout the UK and in Europe since his early teens and has a thriving teaching practice. His pupils' ages range from 8yrs-80yrs, and their standards span from beginner to professional.

In his early career, Matthew got tips and advice from various musicians which really helped him develop his playing. The creation of SAXOPHONE Studies is a way of him continuing this tradition of sharing the knowledge.

For Matthew, music is a vehicle for creativity and expression, because of this he has always been drawn to improvisation, jazz and blues - although, any soulful music has his attention!


Frequently Asked Questions


Is this for all saxophones?
Yes!
When does the course start and finish?
The course starts now and never ends! It is a completely self-paced online course - you decide when you start and when you finish.
How long do I have access to the course?
How does lifetime access sound? After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like - across any and all devices you own.

Receive innovative & outstanding tuition

Learn good habits & lay strong foundations

Become a creative and soulful saxophonist

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