Mr saxo beat
@Mr Moose Knuckle , I'm kind of upset that it's not a saxophone when it's literally in the name of the song.
@TheStarHawk, plus moving that bottom tube on a trumpet is completely unnecessary
@Brobocon, what, you mean you've never heard of Active Mid-Song on the Fly Tuning
@WelI Obviously, it's definitely a thing, but in my 4 years of playing I've done it maybe twice because some outside factor changed my pitch like weather or I bumped into something
@Brobocon, good ol marching band
@Brobocon, there’s always that one kid who’s not good at anything, and adults have to find SOMETHING for them to do. Think Ralph Wiggum,”I’m helping!”
@Brobocon, Isn’t that supposed to be for tuning before you start playing
@TriangleTesticles, Yes, it is. The tuning slide is a rather important piece of tubing on any brass instrument. I’ve played for over 20 years (all sorts of brass, except trombone and sousaphone).
@Rythorn, I play trombone and I can confirm trombone also does this considering it's a giant tuning slide
@TriangleTesticles, to add to Rythorn’s input, the slide being moved in this video is not the lead pipe tuning slide (overall tuning), but is instead a slide that only affects the intonation of the 3rd valve, and it is actually often used when playing especially low notes that route through the 3rd valve.
A physical quirk of valved brass instruments is that not all playable notes are “in tune” for musical purposes, and need to be adjusted either with slide manipulation, or with slight adjustments with the mouth and breath
@Kit eee, some instruments, like my flugelhorn, have a trigger feature that makes it alot more practical to move this 3rd valve slide in the middle of playing, which makes sense, because this instrument has the same length of tubing as a trumpet, but often will spend more time on these lower notes that tend to need this extra ease of tuning
@Brobocon, it just helps get notes a little lower when you press the third valve. Don’t notice much difference though.
@troubled panda, you'd notice a big difference in a professional setting where everyone is perfectly in tune and then you're off by a quarter tone.
@HonestAbe, probably true. My section kinda sucked so I didn’t notice
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I was hoping for Doot
I love these guys they’re adorable
What are these lil guys!!! How do I find more of these I can't find anything :(
@ Ump89, space hamster
@ Ump89, https://m.imgur.com/gallery/kEJ5oD3
@TheWhiteGuy3, thank you
Strangest looking saxophone I’ve ever seen
This is the saxophone known as a cocky sax
@Cauvell22, this is not a saxophone
@spelcheck , that's the joke I was getting at so R/woosh
@Cauvell22, okay what's the joke then?
@spelcheck , It's not a saxaphone, it's a trumpet. Trumpets are usually portrayed/stereotyped as very full of themselves. Therefore since the song is Mr saxobeat, it's a cocky sax as opposed to an Alto sax or tenor sax
@Cauvell22, ohhhh you see I was looking for something funny! you went with one of those anti-humor-youre-not-supposed-to-laugh-i-tried-too-hard jokes
@spelcheck , whatever helps you sleep better