The voice is a commonly used one in ukulele playing skills. It is very nice. It can make the original monophonic melody more harmonious and more pleasant. The arpeggios are not necessarily marked in the score, and can be added according to the song.
Ukulele playing skills voice:
Single-finger voice: Use the right thumb or index to point in the same direction, and pluck the strings down or up to make the strings continue to sound. It is recommended that the novice play the arpeggio down with the thumb and play the arpeggio upwards with the index finger.
Four-finger voice: Use the thumb, forefinger, middle finger, and ring finger to play the 4-1 string in turn, one by one and then one to play the strings.
Playing the arpeggio must master the speed. It is like sweeping the string too fast. It doesn't sound like continuous sounding, but like sounding at the same time; too slow to sound like a clear sound. For speed, you need to practice more. Novices recommend single-finger voices, and four-finger voices are relatively difficult for beginners. You can wait for the fingers to be more proficient and flexible, and then consider the four-finger voice.