I am having a hard time to play this etude quietly when I increase the speed to full tempo. I play it fast and relaxed but still my right hand seems too loud at that speed. Especially the first two bars, particularly when I play the black keys with finger 3 and 4 of my right hand. What are useful ways to practice the right hand to play quietly at speed? Trying to play trills but quietly? Staccato? Both hands or hands separated?
I watched the Paul Barton tutorial on this etude on Youtube where he introduces some exercises (from Cortot) like staccato playing. But I still have a hard time to reduce my volume in the right hand at full speed, even though I did practice the exercises. So I am not even sure, if these exercises are useful to reduce loudness or if they are just for finger dexterity and endurance.
Even though the notes are not that hard to play in this etude, it seems like one of the fastest etudes of Chopin (check for example Pollini's version) which makes it for me very hard to keep quiet dynamics (It is also easy to overpedal). Thank you for help.