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Technique
Day
Wed 9 October 2013
Time
6:00 pm BST
Teacher
John Mulhearn
Category
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Lesson Details

Crossing noises have the potential to completely spoil what could otherwise be a good performance. Often they are the result of cutting corners at an early stage in the learning process, and other times they are just bad habits that develop over time. Using exercises made especially for this tutorial John Mulhearn looks at how we can ensure from the beginning that these changes are consistently clean, and how we can clear up persistent crossing noises.

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