@JohnG , @Mouse -
Health problems always suck - wishing you both the best through all of it.
Hope nothing stops you from playing music.
So grateful this forum is here to keep us connected!
"Madmartigan's Lounge" 7/30/2021
This is the way I wish for my friends to always feel.
...haven't figured a good way to sign my digital artwork, yet. 😊
Dont know if you know this John, but when your tuner reads c sharp it could be wrong.
The reason is that c sharp should actually be a touch sharper than your tuner reads, depending on your tuner, the gap between c sharp and d is shortened, as is the gap between f sharp and g. This is called pythagorean tuning, you may already know this or may not, but in violin playing and viola, it is fairly important
So even though your tuner is correct, you should play a tiny touch sharper, Andrew h could probably explain this better than me, but you will find this a lot, I really struggled at first with this concept.