#1
my 10 year old cousin. wtf?
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#2
wait until puberty
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its not that hard to obtain really.
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#7
To Fenderhippie, You cant obtain perfect pitch, you can only obtain relative pitch
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#8
Quote by ClaptonWannabe
Ten bucks says OP doesn't know what perfect pitch is.


Especially because you automatically/magically know the TS perfectly right when you click on their thread
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#9
Quote by drCoSmO1
To Fenderhippie, You cant obtain perfect pitch, you can only obtain relative pitch


Yeah. I'm really surprised at this guy's ability to recognize the notes I'm playing on my guitar when he has been musically training on a piano for just 8 months. He has no technique, but I'm looking at piano songs on youtube and he can nail the notes perfectly
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#10
Quote by Svennz
Especially because you automatically/magically know the TS perfectly right when you click on their thread


That doesn't even make sense.

How does your cousin have perfect pitch then. Give us some examples.

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Yeah. I'm really surprised at this guy's ability to recognize the notes I'm playing on my guitar when he has been musically training on a piano for just 8 months. He has no technique, but I'm looking at piano songs on youtube and he can nail the notes perfectly


That's not perfect pitch.
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#12
What you assumed before didn't make much sense either, really. It's just random bashing.

He names EVERY note without any reference.
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Last edited by Svennz at Jul 20, 2009,
#14
Quote by ClaptonWannabe

That's not perfect pitch.


Perfect Pitch (Wiki): The ability of a person to identify or recreate a musical note without the benefit of an external reference.
Sounds like perfect pitch to me...

I've only met one person with perfect pitch. She was in my music class this year, and from Korea.
#15
Quote by drCoSmO1
To Fenderhippie, You cant obtain perfect pitch, you can only obtain relative pitch

sorry but no. its like anything else you can learn it.
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If you are thinking, you are winning.


Resistance is victory.


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#16
I read somewhere not so long ago that said it was a bit more common on East Asia for people to have perfect pitch.

This is awesome. I might use him as my chord dictionary, lol. There are plenty of chords in my songs that I didn't know what they were.
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#17
Quote by Fenderhippie69
sorry but no. its like anything else you can learn it.

No, your relative pitch can get very very good but unless obtained at a very young age, perfect pitch is lost forever.
#18
Why are so many asians musical proteges!?
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Quote by mulletboy14
Perfect Pitch (Wiki): The ability of a person to identify or recreate a musical note without the benefit of an external reference.
Sounds like perfect pitch to me...

I've only met one person with perfect pitch. She was in my music class this year, and from Korea.


Perfect pitch is better than that. I can identify notes without external referance, but I have nowhere near perfect pitch. E.g I can't immediately say what key a piece is in without thinking of the notes.
#20
Quote by Fenderhippie69
its not that hard to obtain really.


I'm guessing you stuck with it? Hows it coming along for you?
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#22
Quote by stratman7
No, your relative pitch can get very very good but unless obtained at a very young age, perfect pitch is lost forever.

meh. im not buying it.

perfect pitch is defined as "the ability of a person to identify or recreate a musical note without the benefit of an external reference." that can be learned.


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I'm guessing you stuck with it? Hows it coming along for you?

I did. Its helped a lot for me. I still cant always tell what note is what but its coming along nicely.
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If you are thinking, you are winning.


Resistance is victory.


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#23
Quote by ClaptonWannabe
Perfect pitch is better than that. I can identify notes without external referance, but I have nowhere near perfect pitch. E.g I can't immediately say what key a piece is in without thinking of the notes.


Yeah, I just read the rest of the Wiki; but still, this could be an underdeveloped form of perfect pitch or something. I'm sure there are varying degrees of the condition.
At the age of 10, the kid may just be discovering he has this; maybe he'll be able to identify the key of a piece or notes of a chord in time.
#24
Quote by Fenderhippie69
its not that hard to obtain really.


yes it is if you're not born with it.
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#25
Quote by Fenderhippie69

I did. Its helped a lot for me. I still cant always tell what note is what but its coming along nicely.


Awesome, I haven't practiced in about a week but I can sing all the notes in thechords, so I guess its a start.

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#26
Quote by itchy guitar
Awesome, I haven't practiced in about a week but I can sing all the notes in thechords, so I guess its a start.

i havent tried to sing much but i have noticed that when i do sing im not way out of key. the biggest thing ive noticed is a can pick out the chords in a song without looking them up or much experimenting. Im happy with it so far.
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Resistance is victory.


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#27
Quote by mulletboy14
Perfect Pitch (Wiki): The ability of a person to identify or recreate a musical note without the benefit of an external reference.
Sounds like perfect pitch to me...

I've only met one person with perfect pitch. She was in my music class this year, and from Korea.


Was it the same one David L. B. was friends with?

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#28
I say you don't have perfect pitch unless you can tell me the note a random dog is barking at.
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#29
Yeah my brother has it too. And to people saying it isn't hard to get, it's almost impossible. You can get very good relative pitch.
#31
I don't think you can get perfect pitch. How does someone who's never heard a note say: "That's a G doubly-diminished. . . 7th."
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