Re: long tones
On sax I play scales in 12 keys in all modes through the entire range of the tenor.
I play diminished and augmented scales, all pentatonic major and minor scales, chromatic scales, diminished chords, augmented chords.
3rds in 12 keys, 4ths in all keys, I do chord extentions, I make up my own excersizes and do those in 12 keys.
The above usually takes about an hour and I consider it a warm up.
Then I go on to work on what ever project I have for myself going.
On flute I do long tones, like overtones, lip sturs for a wind players. You play a low note and then with just your chops you play as many of the overtones that you can get.
Then with the flute I go to the classical method books.
Right now I'm not doing as much as I should do on the flute. There just isn't time.
On piano I do 12 scales two octaves, then go to Hanon's book "The Virtuoso Pianist".
After this I work on tunes.
Vocally I have a book and 2 CDs called Secrets of Singing. I try to do this at least 4 days a week ....Kelsey