William Francis, James Harrison, Edward Carr


A technique in Jazz and blues saxophone is to hum or sing a note into the saxophone. The technique is called growling due to the sound produced sounding much like a growl. It is thought to produce a more gritty and emotional sound to the saxophone. This paper investigates the effect upon the sound frequcney produced in this technique.


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