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Gabriel Leopardi
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Hi Phil!

He recommends to work on each hand at a time and try to take it to the tempo required. This really make sense and can be one part of the practice to then get back to sync both hands. The reason that he gives is that the movements required for fast tempos are not the same than the used for slow tempos. So practicing at fast tempo without having to think on synchronizing both hands can be a good (extra) method. Kiko Loureiro also recommends it, and I've personally use this as well.

This is also comparable to the idea of practicing much faster than your comfortable tempo to break your headroom.

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QUOTE (Gabriel Leopardi @ Jan 27 2021, 02:58 AM) *
There are many tricks, and methods, but there is only one secret: Practice. smile.gif Focusing for a good amount of time every day on it.


Yeah I know, I just thought that there may be something we could work on to supplement just playing through the same piece. I was playing it for an hour a day, over and over but just couldn't get passed 70% speed, the chordal part was the one that was the main hurdle.

As I said, when a collab appears, I love to get stuck into them at the detriment of the lesson I'm working on and I did a lot for the last one, even purchasing and testing a new mic. It's like spinning plates with my time restrictions biggrin.gif

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QUOTE (Phil66 @ Jan 27 2021, 06:58 AM) *
Yeah I know, I just thought that there may be something we could work on to supplement just playing through the same piece. I was playing it for an hour a day, over and over but just couldn't get passed 70% speed, the chordal part was the one that was the main hurdle.


I would really try what he suggests.

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I'll work on it but please know I'm not putting his advice above yours, just looking for different approaches. It's frustrating when you've played the same thing for an hour a night on loop for a week with no improvements.

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