I am very excited that the first part of our journey to reaching true physical independence was very helpful to many of you. I even received several emails anxiously asking about the next part, which to me as an educator is more important than winning a lottery.
Before we begin, please remember that when working on independence try to stay away from writing things down to figure out how they line up. Remember, it is the true independence you are working on.
Here is what happens when you write stuff down. Let’s say you see that certain notes are suppose to be played together or exactly between. Whether consciously or subconsciously you will force them to come out that way almost as if that was the milestone or a guarantee that you played it correctly without considering much of anything else.
On the other hand if you play your parts independently to each other yet both in sync with time (THE MASTER CODE — as I call it in my book, In-Depth Rhythm Studies – Advanced Metronome Functions) the results will be that those certain notes are indeed being played together or exactly between. As a bonus all the parts are being played perfectly in time.