Re: wrists hurt: need a light touch midi solution
#891716 - 02/02/11 09:31 AM
Whilst You can't get away from the fact you've probably suffered from RSI using the
computer,which would perhaps have a diverse affect on the playing comfort of your
However any piano playing afficianado will tell you that the
correct posture for playing both sitting and hand technique shouldn't cause you any
Having being trained classically and have been playing for over 25
years mostly on Hammer weighted synth keys and real pianos,which takes more force to
play,never had so much as an ache even with fast demanding long classical pieces and I
play daily for up to 2 -3 hours.
using a softer action keybed may ease the
aches but its won't take away the fact that your hands should play in a relaxed state
especially using a light synth action keybed and suffering from RSI says it all about your
playing technique that maybe a softer touch keybed might be a short term solution but
won't dissapate your aches,maybe something like a Korg Nanokey may help!