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Thanks for the video. All great advice and practice strategies which are working for me (as a relative novice in my first year of playing).
The use of a tuner is an interesting topic. I've tried using a tuner to check intonation but only had limited success. I seem to get better results by playing along to recordings/videos. I suppose this requires the ability to 'hear' if the notes are in tune.
I think my strategy was -
Use a tuner and the visible feedback it gives until I learned to tell whether two notes were in tune by ear, then move to audible feedback by checking intonation by playing against a recording or drone.
I'd be interested to hear the thoughts of others about this, as I'm self taught.
Thanks for the video! I'm going to need all the help I can get, and appreciate that you took the time for this.
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