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I have played the game on Intonation, but was wondering what the best way to practice Intonation is. I have tried to use my Tuner at 440 and just practice doing my scales with long bow draws, but seem to be so focused on the tuner that I do not really feel like I am learning anything from it. Any thoughts or suggestions on a good way to practice this would be appreciated.
The problem I had with that is the size of the tuners. It's hard to see it and concentrate on finger placement. I use http://www.seventhstring.com/t.....r.html on my computer screen and find it easier. Instead of trying to watch a little screen it's much larger. The intonation game works very well though. After awhile you can here that you are off. You'll be playing a piece and suddenly it just sounds wrong. If it sounds wrong it probably is wrong so move your finger until it sounds right. After time even the slightest bit off and you will hear it.
How about some full scale drones.
Like some three octave arppegios that we could play along with.
Actually, FM you could record several videos of your self playing different scales with the written scale right below you.
nice and slow . Put them on DVDs and sell them.
When I was taking lessons one thing I always enjoyed was playing along with my instructor trying to match her tone.
personnaly I would like some slightly advanced ones like mentioned above.
Just a thought!
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