1. A series of tones produced in the same way and having the same quality.
2. The Chest Register and the Head Register. The overlap between them is by some vocal teachers called the Middle Register.
3. The Bell Register
3. It provides the best and by far the quickest way to develop the Head Register.
2. Move down from the squeak to connect to Overtones 4, 3, 2 and 1.
3. Smooth out the transition from Head to Chest Register, and improve the quality of all Overtones.
4. Ultimately you have one combined Head-Chest Register. Each tone has its unique oral tract shape, and in that way there is a different register for every tone on the sax.
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