Try playing a-m-a-m which as you say works for you, and then once in a while throw in a-m-a-m-i-m-i-m-a..Briant wrote:i have found an inbalance in my RH and am looking for suggestions of what to try.
If i play a scale with m,a. The tone is acceptable but when i play the same scale with i, m. The m finger sounds thin and scratchy. Playing i, a it is ok.
Is this a function of nail shape or hand position or both.
Any suggestions of what to try would be appreciated.
Thanks Stephen. After an initial look at my hand position this appears to be the problem.Stephen Kenyon wrote:Sounds like you are (unconsciously) changing your hand angle in these different RH fingerings, perhaps your wrist is more bent when the tone deteriorates?
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