In this video I demonstrate one of the many things I do to practice while driving. This is the type of routine that can really help make a commute or any drive a great time to practice working on music, improvisation, learning tunes etc.. This example focuses on singing a short phrase from the standard Stardust. I sing the melodic fragment while visualizing the fingerings on my instrument (tenor saxophone) and visualize the chord and numeric relationship of the melody to that chord. I have learned many new tunes using this method while driving. You can practice nearly anything that you can sing this way. Keep in mind I do not have perfect pitch so when I sing I don’t know what key I’m really in. I just try to sing the pitches in a relative relationship to each other. The nice thing about this is that I can sing in one key while visualizing that melody in any of the 12 keys.