One tutorial (at end of post) shows instructor balancing all notes on Sa, i.e.
starting from low octave ...
through the middle octave ...
and finally high octave, the only note
There are total of 15 notes (forget half notes right now). He is balancing 14 notes on Sa
Wouldn't it be good practice to balance all notes on each 15 notes?
So if we start with low octave 'pa, we balance remaining notes on it.
The we proceed to 'da, the continue to middle notes and finally high octave of PA
Do people actually practice this way? While it seems fascinating, there are a total of 15 x 14 balancing pairs to play, i.e. 15 x 14 = 210!
And let's say you want to go in reverse, i.e.
all the way down to
And the continuing with Ma, i.e.
etc, this would be 210 x 2 balancing pairs = 420
Playing 420 balancing pairs seems rather overwhelming? Or is this a wonderful goal to eventually play the notes faster and clearer?
Because some note transitions give me difficulties right now, it from Ga to 'da it sounds like a whosh of air.
What are recommendations?