RE: playing in tune on diatonic
- Subject: RE: playing in tune on diatonic
- From: "Michael Peloquin" <peloquinharp@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 26 Feb 2004 12:36:13 -0800
Larry Eisenberg asks:
>If you play (for example) the 4 hole inhale bend by pulling it down until
>reed won't go any lower in pitch (bottoming out, so to speak), the note you
>create is flat by as much as 20 cents.
>The same goes for the lowest note created with every other bending
>whether it be inhale or exhale.
>This doesn't even begin to address those multiple notes created in the
>of bends, such as 3 hole inhale, 2 hole inhale, 10 hole exhale.
>Now, how many of you can honestly say that you consciously address this
That would be me. I don't have perfect pitch, but I do have perfect taste!
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