Ortega wrote: ↑
Fri Jan 11, 2019 1:27 am
I think this one is more even than the one on the Ramirez.
Yes, if we plant p and a simultaneously it causes the pattern to be lopsided which is why I end up with a gap between I and P, but that gap is getting smaller and smaller as you see in this example.
There's a very strong tendency for the a finger to want to plant because I was taught to do this and tried so hard to do it that way for so many years.
Also I was taught to play from the main joint and my discovery about the tip joint being the sole activator is the way.
Whatever flaws remain are due to 37 years of incorrect pedagogy and are now being corrected by myself.
Thank you for the feedback!