August 12, 2013 at 4:58 PMYou want to make a nice full sound... so you use more bow... but it doesn't work.
If you are cooking a tasty dinner... than don't just use salt to make it tasty! To make a tasty dinner you should use several herbs and experiment with using them. (I know nothing about cooking, so it's a wild guess)
In this video I will discuss what you can change in your bowing to create rich and warm tone:
Season your tone with the following ingredients:
Please let me know what your experiences are in the comments below!
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