New technology helps musicians practice better and avoid injury

New technology helps musicians practice better and avoid injury

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Learning a musical instrument to a high standard is a lot about maintaining the correct body shapes and posture. Getting your movements and positions correct is the secret to producing the best tone, to mastering technically challenging music and to avoiding injuries that can plague professional musicians. Often a teacher will instruct their pupils to practise in front of a mirror, watch their bowing arm, make sure their elbow is bent and keep their back straight.

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