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In the OSA I found something exceptional; useful tutorials on playing and improvising along with enjoyable arrangements of actual songs. The material is not only fulfilling to play but shows how the cogs and wheels of the tutorials can be applied, in practice, to create solos and interest. 

Lionel Sacks, Trondheim/Norway

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In the YouTube lesson library, you will get access to the resources that accompany the weekly YouTube lessons.
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You can search for a specific lesson or browse the lesson categories for inspriation.

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Whether you want to learn how to improvise, play by ear or improve your music theory knowledge. As a premium member, you will get complete access to all the OSA Step-by-step guided courses. Watch from any device, anytime, anywhere you want. Learn to play the way you always wanted to.

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As a premium member, you can access and download all the materials in The Shed! Here we have finger charts, major and minor scales, pentatonic and blues scales, arpeggios and chord worksheets that you can work through and get under your fingers! New material is added each week!

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You'll join me, and the hundreds of other members, in this supportive community, where you can get answers to any issues you have, you can share videos of what you're learning, and connect with like-minded people! Don't be stuck practicing all by yourself!


What first attracted me were the three graded solos on tunes that I was currently playing in my restaurant gigs and out in the street. I quickly found out that I am comfortable with most of the intermediate solos, so you still present a learning opportunity with all the advanced versions. The rest of the stuff I will delve into, a great start for me with OSA!

MIchael Dixon, Catalunya/Spain

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"I found myself to be really rapidly improving after I started ...most importantly they are very fun!"

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John Smith, UK

"Finding a teacher like Paul has been absolutely amazing for me, during the course of my lessons I have made huge progress...all my family and friends have commented on how quickly I have been able to start playing the instrument to a decent standard"

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Cherry Harris, Andulacia/Spain

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Joining Online Sax Academy was one of the best experiences of my life. He helps and supports me, always gives me positive inspiration. I was amazed at how easily he can help and teach me, and his patience and knowledge are admirable. He not only teaches me to my level, but what is more important he develops my knowledge and improves it continuously.

Gyula Farkas Jr.MD.  Ass. professor of Surgery

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I am 39 years old, it is very encouraging to find the incentive to study and get results, the lessons helped me a lot. I am a beginner to understand music in another way... thank you very much for contributing so much to those of us who did not have the opportunity to learn before ... greetings from Argentina!

Pablo, Argentina.

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I am 51 years old and I live in Hamburg/Germany. Online Sax Academy is a great help. His approach is both challenging and fun. But I am especially helped by his offer to send him a recording of me once a month. His feedback and practice tips have really brought me a big step forward in the last few months. I recommend this to every saxophone student.

Stefan, Germany

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  • What's Inside The Course?
    Lesson 1: In this first lesson you will learn about the musical alphabet, intervals of a major and minor 2nd, how to build a and label a major scale. Lesson 2: How to read and understand the chords for songs like 'Stand By Me' How to build chords from a major scale The difference between a major and a minor chord How to read a simple chord symbols Lesson 3: How to build the most common 7th chords The 7th chords found in a major scale How to build 4 types of 7th chords from any note Understand the chord symbols used in jazz songs for 7th chords Lesson 4: What are 9th, 11th and 13th chords How to 'alter' chord extensions and how they change the chord How to build chord extensions onto the 4 main chord types Lesson 5: What are sus chords and how to build them. What are slash chords and what their effect is. How to invert chords and what chord symbols do they use. Lesson 6: The famous ii V I chord progression! How to analyse a jazz standard How to identify the most common chords sequences within a tune Lesson 7: What to play over common chord sequences. Understand how to use different scale types. How to outline the chord changes when using the same scale. Lesson 8: How to create a melodic minor scale How to build chords with a melodic minor scale How to create interesting phrases with melodic minor harmony Lesson 9: What are pentatonic scales and why are the useful? How to build a pentatonic scale. Where and how to use major and minor pentatonic scales over common chord sequences Lesson 10: How to build common melodic minor pentatonic scales. What chords do these pentatonics sound good on? A melodic trick you can use when improvising on a minor 2 5 1 chord progression. Lesson 11: How to use chromatic approach notes, passing notes and enclosures How to look at a phrase and understand how it is constructed How to create more interesting phrases Lesson 12: What is the tritone substitution? Where do I use it? How to use it to make your II V I phrases more interesting Lesson 13: How to use diatonic music structures to create interesting lines How to use the V - I chord superimposition Fundamental rules for creating interesting musical phrases Lesson 14: How to build phrases using parallel pentatonic scales. How to build parallel phrases from musical cells. The best places and how to use these techniques. Coming on 9th Feb Lesson 15: Understand how modes are made Useful way to order them How to use modes on tunes
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