[Harp-L] Diminished tuning

chespernevins@xxxxx chespernevins@xxxxx
Sat Jun 24 20:23:34 EDT 2017


Dimi Chrom has occupied my imagination for the last 15 years.  I have also experimented with dimi blues harp and they seem like different animals to me.  Half valved dimi Chrom has both the dimi Chrom the dimi blues harp built in.  The possibilities are incredible.

I also have a serious student of the dimi who has a substantial background in solo tuning and blues harp.

I would be interested to hear what you've discovered with the instruments and the teaching of them.

All best wishes,

Jason Rogers

> On Jun 24, 2017, at 7:48 PM, Michael Rubin <michaelrubinharmonica at xxxxx> wrote:
> One of my long term students plays only diminished tuned chromatic.  So
> when I got my DM-48, one of the first things I did was create a diminished
> tuning and got to work playing scales, reading music, anything to instill
> the layout in my head.
> Then I remembered I had a diminished tuned diatonic that someone gifted me
> with around 6 years ago.  I spent a couple of months on it and moved on.
> I pulled it out two weeks ago.  I am not saying this is going to be my new
> thing, but it is very fun and addictive.
> Anyone else?  (Crickets)
> Michael Rubin
> michaelrubinharmonica.com

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