"What we work on to practice is less important than how we work on them." - Eric Marienthal
They say practice makes perfect, but what often gets overlooked is how to practice effectively so you can see results. Not only is it important that you practice on a consistent basis, but you should make sure you know the best way to achieve your playing goals. Not only that, you need to know the difference between practicing and playing - this is vital for your progress.
ArtistWorks teacher Eric Marienthal has a 3-part lesson series going over how to put together a good practice routine for his jazz sax students. This not only works for playing saxophone however, there's some great ideas in here that can benefit any musician.
Original Content: Eric Marienthal on How to Practice