#1
Whenever I listen to any music, it sounds slightly lower pitched. It's very annoying and it's hard to enjoy music. Does this happen to anyone else?
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What?
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#4
you've updated your ear with auto-tune, I suggest you'd download a patch to fix the problem.
#6
the same exact thing happened to me about a year ago. i ended up having a larva laid inside of my eardrum by mites. long story short, the larva grew and the ear drum exploded. now i am deaf in one ear.

you better get to the doctor ASAP. if this has been going on for more than a few days, it might be too late to save your eardrum. if the larva mature too much, they become immune to the normal ear drops they prescribe to kill and flush the larva from your ear. at that point, killing the larva would involve chemicals that would cause you do go deaf anyways. so unless youre willing to spend a bunch of money to go deaf, they just wait for the explosion then clean it up.
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#7
Quote by Guitarman015
Whenever I listen to any music, it sounds slightly lower pitched. It's very annoying and it's hard to enjoy music. Does this happen to anyone else?


I think I kinda understand what you are saying. My first instrument was clarinet (Bb instrument) so I had trouble, well singing notes because everything was off. I knew sounds based off of a Bb instrument. I had to train myself to be on the C instrument level
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Hi. Can someone tell me which guitars are real 24 fret guitars and which are just 22 fret guitars with 2 extra frets added on?
#8
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I think I kinda understand what you are saying. My first instrument was clarinet (Bb instrument) so I had trouble, well singing notes because everything was off. I knew sounds based off of a Bb instrument. I had to train myself to be on the C instrument level



no, that's because you're tone deaf

sorry for being a douche bag, but it is
#9
Quote by NoLaurelTree000
the same exact thing happened to me about a year ago. i ended up having a larva laid inside of my eardrum by mites. long story short, the larva grew and the ear drum exploded. now i am deaf in one ear.

you better get to the doctor ASAP. if this has been going on for more than a few days, it might be too late to save your eardrum. if the larva mature too much, they become immune to the normal ear drops they prescribe to kill and flush the larva from your ear. at that point, killing the larva would involve chemicals that would cause you do go deaf anyways. so unless youre willing to spend a bunch of money to go deaf, they just wait for the explosion then clean it up.



WUT!?!?!?! lol
#11
The real reason is because your internal clock is running faster than everyone else's. Therefore, to you it sounds like the pitch of music is lower. The faster your internal clock runs, the lower the pitch. This is really bad, because it means you're aging faster than everyone else. It also means, to us, you appear to be moving faster than you are. Find out what you did to cause this wrinkle in the time vortex and undo it. FAST!!!
#12
the same exact thing happened to me about a year ago. i ended up having a larva laid inside of my eardrum by mites. long story short, the larva grew and the ear drum exploded. now i am deaf in one ear.

you better get to the doctor ASAP. if this has been going on for more than a few days, it might be too late to save your eardrum. if the larva mature too much, they become immune to the normal ear drops they prescribe to kill and flush the larva from your ear. at that point, killing the larva would involve chemicals that would cause you do go deaf anyways. so unless youre willing to spend a bunch of money to go deaf, they just wait for the explosion then clean it up.


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#13
Quote by NoLaurelTree000
the same exact thing happened to me about a year ago. i ended up having a larva laid inside of my eardrum by mites. long story short, the larva grew and the ear drum exploded. now i am deaf in one ear.

you better get to the doctor ASAP. if this has been going on for more than a few days, it might be too late to save your eardrum. if the larva mature too much, they become immune to the normal ear drops they prescribe to kill and flush the larva from your ear. at that point, killing the larva would involve chemicals that would cause you do go deaf anyways. so unless youre willing to spend a bunch of money to go deaf, they just wait for the explosion then clean it up.



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Quote by NoLaurelTree000
the same exact thing happened to me about a year ago. i ended up having a larva laid inside of my eardrum by mites. long story short, the larva grew and the ear drum exploded. now i am deaf in one ear.

you better get to the doctor ASAP. if this has been going on for more than a few days, it might be too late to save your eardrum. if the larva mature too much, they become immune to the normal ear drops they prescribe to kill and flush the larva from your ear. at that point, killing the larva would involve chemicals that would cause you do go deaf anyways. so unless youre willing to spend a bunch of money to go deaf, they just wait for the explosion then clean it up.



Holy Shitballs.


It could just be that the tubes that keep the pressure steady in your ears have inflamed due to hayfever/cold/flu/allergies. That's what happens to me. Try taking a deep breath, holding your nose and closing your mouth but then push as if you were breathing out to pop your ears. Also take anti hayfever or cold and flu stuff.

Also see a doctor - In case it's the crazy larvae shit.
#16
Have you tried turning your ear off and then back on again?
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#17
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no, that's because you're tone deaf

sorry for being a douche bag, but it is


Um no. Just saying. I was introduced into music based on Bb. I looked at a music C and heard a C. In actuality it was Bb but I didn't realize that at the time. That was clarified the next year when I started piano. And that was 8 years ago, so yeah. I'm definately not tone deaf at all. I ran sound systems and concerts in Korea for church and the artists that came through for concerts.
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Hi. Can someone tell me which guitars are real 24 fret guitars and which are just 22 fret guitars with 2 extra frets added on?
#18
Quote by NoLaurelTree000
the same exact thing happened to me about a year ago. i ended up having a larva laid inside of my eardrum by mites. long story short, the larva grew and the ear drum exploded. now i am deaf in one ear.

you better get to the doctor ASAP. if this has been going on for more than a few days, it might be too late to save your eardrum. if the larva mature too much, they become immune to the normal ear drops they prescribe to kill and flush the larva from your ear. at that point, killing the larva would involve chemicals that would cause you do go deaf anyways. so unless youre willing to spend a bunch of money to go deaf, they just wait for the explosion then clean it up.


That's f*cking horrifying...

You probably scared the hell out of TS.
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#19
That happened to me when I had an ear infection. Everything in my left ear was like a half step lower so everything sounded robotic and ****ed up
#20
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Have you tried turning your ear off and then back on again?



Reboot your ear? Hmmmm. There's a novel idea. You can also try pulling out its CMOS battery.
#21
If you listen to a lot of very loud music (especially using headphones), you can lose the acuity of certain frequencies in your hearing, especially the high end. I have some damage to my hearing from being in front of too many Marshall stacks at metal shows during the 1980's and so part of the high end is gone for me. Fortunately, it isn't so bad that I have tinnitus or that the upper range is gone entirely. Also, as one gets older one tends to lose some of the highs in one's hearing anyway.

Whatever the cause, you need to see an ear specialist ASAP.
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Reboot your ear? Hmmmm. There's a novel idea. You can also try pulling out its CMOS battery.
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Whenever I listen to any music, it sounds slightly lower pitched. It's very annoying and it's hard to enjoy music. Does this happen to anyone else?


Soon you won't hear your music at all...
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#24
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Have you tried turning your ear off and then back on again?

Whenever my ear does this I unplug it for a minute or two then plug it back in.
seems to work well for me
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#25
Jeez, no need to yell man! We're right here!

Oh, wait... you're hard of hearing?

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#26
Quote by KG6_Steven
The real reason is because your internal clock is running faster than everyone else's. Therefore, to you it sounds like the pitch of music is lower. The faster your internal clock runs, the lower the pitch. This is really bad, because it means you're aging faster than everyone else. It also means, to us, you appear to be moving faster than you are. Find out what you did to cause this wrinkle in the time vortex and undo it. FAST!!!


If it was faster, your pitch should be raised.
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Quote by NoLaurelTree000
the same exact thing happened to me about a year ago. i ended up having a larva laid inside of my eardrum by mites. long story short, the larva grew and the ear drum exploded. now i am deaf in one ear.

you better get to the doctor ASAP. if this has been going on for more than a few days, it might be too late to save your eardrum. if the larva mature too much, they become immune to the normal ear drops they prescribe to kill and flush the larva from your ear. at that point, killing the larva would involve chemicals that would cause you do go deaf anyways. so unless youre willing to spend a bunch of money to go deaf, they just wait for the explosion then clean it up.


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#29
Its ok man.
For a while I had this sound in my ear. It sounded like really fast fluttering wings. I thought a moth was in my ear.
It stopped a couple weeks later.
You just have to let your ears take it easy for a bit.
#30
Quote by NoLaurelTree000
the same exact thing happened to me about a year ago. i ended up having a larva laid inside of my eardrum by mites. long story short, the larva grew and the ear drum exploded. now i am deaf in one ear.

you better get to the doctor ASAP. if this has been going on for more than a few days, it might be too late to save your eardrum. if the larva mature too much, they become immune to the normal ear drops they prescribe to kill and flush the larva from your ear. at that point, killing the larva would involve chemicals that would cause you do go deaf anyways. so unless youre willing to spend a bunch of money to go deaf, they just wait for the explosion then clean it up.


hey but this may sound kind of random but doesnt your ear wax kind of help protect you when it comes to things like that? like it will be able to sometimes trap things that enter your ear pretty much
#31
Quote by NoLaurelTree000
the same exact thing happened to me about a year ago. i ended up having a larva laid inside of my eardrum by mites. long story short, the larva grew and the ear drum exploded. now i am deaf in one ear.

you better get to the doctor ASAP. if this has been going on for more than a few days, it might be too late to save your eardrum. if the larva mature too much, they become immune to the normal ear drops they prescribe to kill and flush the larva from your ear. at that point, killing the larva would involve chemicals that would cause you do go deaf anyways. so unless youre willing to spend a bunch of money to go deaf, they just wait for the explosion then clean it up.


Ear canal maggots?

Ya, TS has all the symptoms.
#33
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