AEA Sessions: Tucker Antell – Sax Solo

Master saxophonist Tucker Antell wows in this AEA Session

Saxophonist Tucker Antell unleashes a blistering solo performance in this AEA Session recorded with a close-up N22 and a stereo R88 on the room. The N22 provides astonishing detail to the flurry of notes pouring from Antell’s saxophone. The R88 takes advantage of the large space and captures the moving, bouncing sounds.

Watch Tucker Antell perform “Sax Solo”
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Behind the Scenes

  • AEA N22 - Saxophone
  • AEA R88 - Room
  • RME Fireface UFX
  • Nuendo 4 @ 96k/24bit
About The Artist

Tucker Antell originally moved to Boston from Florida to study with Jerry Bergonzi and George Garzone at the New England Conservatory and has been an active member of the New England music scene ever since. Tucker performs regularly with everything from big bands, blues bands, jazz trios, soul and funk bands to everything in between and teaches at the New England Conservatory Preparatory School. Although Tucker’s first love is Jazz, writing and performing his own Jazz compositions, he loves to play all kinds of music and prides himself on being flexible and open to new sounds and energies.

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