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This is great ! It's instant feedback instead of messing around wondering..."do I have that note right ?"

My problem will be finding a time when no one else is home...LOL ! I have to turn the drone up so loud in order to hear it well enough over my own playing....that I'll be dodging pitch forks as I'm run out of the house !

definitely have to find a solution to that though, because I think this will help me immensely with my intonation ! Thanks Beth for the tutorial !


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Posted: June 29, 2011
Last Comment: June 30, 2011

Posted: June 30, 2011
Thanks Vicky, I'll give that a try !

Posted: June 30, 2011
Eileen - use headphones when practicing with recorded music. I like the old fashioned over-the-ear, noise canceling style best. Use on only one ear; I usually use the left side and do not use the right side. My "old fashioned" earphones have the ability to fold the ear coverings up (kind of like you are in a recording studio). It will probably work with the new style ear buds, but I don't like using earbuds - they itch (skin sensitivities).