#2
My hearing is shit.

Edit: I did the test, I ended with a difference of 1.5 hertz.

Double edit: Did it again, Stayed up at .18 for a long time, but ended at .325
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#3
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#5
13.8hz ....3rd percentile

i honestly have no idea if thats good or not :S
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#8
0.75 Hz
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#11
4.2 Hz,
.90 hz the second try.
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#12
the lower the Hz you can differentiate, the better. I could at 1.5Hz and got in the 59th percentile which is slightly better than the majority.
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#13
Also, try taking the test again. It becomes easier when you are used to the beep beep, beep boop. There are also rhythm test and tone deaf tests which I failed miserably at
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#16
wow, i always thought i had a pretty good ear, but i guess not as good as i thought... 2.25Hz

edit: took it again, and got 1.35.... so yeah i guess you just have to get used to it.
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#19
1.05 Hz
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#23
Did all of them, and got excellent on the abstract one.. The rest were on that too, I think.
Although not the rhytm one. Only got 70% on that one

Uh, got 1.2 hz on the tonedeaf one, come to think about it..
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#26
1.5
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I've read about this. Does this actually work?

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#33
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actually, no, that's pretty good

oh... either it was really good or really bad
#34
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um... that's awful, you may be tone deaf. take this test and see http://jakemandell.com/tonedeaf/


yeah i know, that was my first try, i got down to 4.2 after after a few tries lol ....although i already knew my ear was terrible
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Originally Posted by Shirate
The guitar, the only beautiful female that looks better with the top ON haha

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#36
1.15 on first, I shall keep at it methinks.

EDIT. woah, 0.20625 on second try. Nice!

I honestly thought tinnitus would **** me over. But looks like I **** tinnitus after all!


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yeah i know, that was my first try, i got down to 4.2 after after a few tries lol ....although i already knew my ear was terrible


Do it daily and your ear will or at least should improve.


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#37
42nd percentile at .75
I did the abstract one (actually, I did them all) and I think I got a 70%...


EDIT: This time, got 1.16 in 59th percentile.
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#38
I can reliably differentiate a 1.5Hz difference in tones.
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