Saw this video today and wanted to share it.
What you see in the video is not unlike what many students in Saxophone Tribe do with recordings.
Going from A to B in the first Lindeman exercise does not leave a lot of room for error, you can play it too fast and have a tendency to play the rhythm unevenly or one note louder than the other. But not much else can really go wrong.
Once you start getting into playing a melody, like St James or Jamaica Farewell, there are many more variables at play. It’s more like drawing a butterfly.
Almost all the time, the first draft/recording will not be perfect. With feedback and some patience, there can be a remarkable improvement.
Check out the video and let me know what you think!