Check out my three tips for learning how to play one hand ‘loud’ and one hand ‘soft’ - at the same time. I introduce you to three different techniques for developing this skill:
‘Staggered Entry’
‘Pretend Play’
‘Play it on your Legs’

0:23 Introductory Comments
1:47 Technique No.1 ‘Staggered Entry’
5:04 Technique No.2 ‘Pretend Play’
8:19 Technique No.3 ‘Play it on your Legs’
11:56 Summing it all up
12:28 Brief introduction to the second video in this series

With a bit of practice, you’ll be well on your way to easily playing different dynamics in each hand.

For more insight, please check out Part 2 in this series where I introduce a student to these techniques for the first time.

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