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 Re: English horn V. Kohlerta Synova
Author: Chris P 
Date:   2019-03-20 00:57

The 2nd 8ve touch will duplicate the action of back 8ve touch so it will still be fully automatic, but if you're used to doing leaps to high A to C and rely on the 2nd 8ve touch for that as you would on a semi automatic, then that will give you that level of security and saves on the embarrassment of nudging the trill keys open instead.

I had a 2nd 8ve touch added to my d'amore as it's German spec only because I couldn't get used to using only the back 8ve key for leaps to the top of the upper register. I'd instinctively go for the 2nd touch when I first got my d'amore and nudge the C-D trill key open instead which wasn't the desired effect.

Chris.

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