So far so good. I’m enjoying the Coda. It is definitely different from anything I’ve played before. On the first Day I was able to get some decent sound on the lower range but still needed some work. I could not get much at all on the upper range that was worth listening to.
After a few days the lower range is sounding fairly decent.
After about a week the upper range is sounding halfway decent.
I am now starting to play songs that connect the lower and the upper ranges but it is still a work in progress.
I am also starting to work on my chromatic notes.
I would like to add at this point to all the other Coda players also going on this journey. that I consider myself an intermediate ocarina ,recorder and mountain ocarina player. So your mileage may vary.
I really expected to be farther along on this journey. I have to admit the thought come to my head that I had a faulty coda but I quickly said no it’s probably just me.
So I just want to encourage those that are learning to play the Coda to have patience and listen to what the Experienced Coda players say and before you know it you’ll be on your way.
So if you’ve watched kissing88’s review of the Coda. You need to adjust your expectations to your level. Kissing88 is a advanced player.