Each remote sensor, one for sweeping the pitch ant the other for stepping the pitch via hand shadow, includes a photo resistor under a antique pilot lens. Sensor bodies are wooden with felt base cloth, milled and piped in the anti theory workshop for sturdy joinery. Sensors are coloured in a couple of stages to check the device's case. The case itself is comprehensive in crackled fluorescent colors and dusted with iridescent powder under a final gloss. Control titles are hand inked. Hi there!I have been gambling clarinet for 8 years and a few months ago I switched to tenor saxophone for marching band this year. I have not hardly touched my clarinet for the past few months so I just pulled it out today and tried gambling some old music. Sad story short, I forgot a whole lot of basic things that I didn't really pay much attention to ago. So far I have observed I have forgotten some fingerings I have a chart. no biggy but I have never actually observed how much of a change the embouchure actually is among sax and clarinet before. I was thinking about if that you can maybe help me indicate some of the modifications so I can get a much better understanding when switching between the 2 a check list, so to chat.