#1
I've been trying to develop my ear recently and quickly realised that I don't have perfect pitch (the ability to identify notes without hearing a reference tone).

So I created the following tool to train my ear and get better... so far my accuracy level is around 30% though the notes I am getting correct are largely due to being able to recognise the intervals.

Do you guys think this tool is useful? What score do you get?

http://www.sharemyriffs.com/perfect-pitch-trainer
#2
It's an interesting tool for sure. But I think it shouldn't be limited to no sharps or flats, or just one instrument. Obviously more instruments means it's a lot harder to make the tool/game function, but you can always mention what instrument it is.

The other problem is that I can hear my current note and relate it to the last one still in my head which then becomes interval recognition, as is my natural instinct to do this.
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#3
Accuracy: 61.54%

I did "cheat" actually, because I have "perfect pitch" for E by years tunning my guitar, and knowing E i would move around the mayor scale in my head and match it with the one in it. (I failed a bit , just one try)

It could be useful, but put the # on it too... I'm not sure if you have 100% percent it means that you are perfect pitched, maybe if you do it in less than 1 second each note...
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#4
Quote by tiky
Accuracy: 61.54%

I did "cheat" actually, because I have "perfect pitch" for E by years tunning my guitar, and knowing E i would move around the mayor scale in my head and match it with the one in it.


In your case it's called tonal memory, not perfect pitch.