From the first Lindeman fingering exercise. Response to Kate’s recording.
1. Slowing down a lot, almost too much it may seem.
2. Work on making movements with fingers that are smooth and even.
Slowing down on the Lindeman is important. Speed masks inaccuracy.
Sam played the A for less time then the B, which means lifting your middle finger abruptly and without control.
Work on the exercise slowly, don’t be in a rush to play it quickly, that’s not the purpose.
To look at the sound visually. Here I added in arrows to show the lengths of the notes. The durations of the notes are not the same as you can see by comparing the distances between consecutive arrows. Compare the red arrows to the blue arrows.