#1
me and my friend saw an add in guitar player mag about atrainer that can teach you perfect pitch. i know it isnt technically perfect pitch but it sounds like its as close as you can get. its109$,free shipping and me and my friend are each paying half, is it worth it?
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#2
if its the program i think it is then it is not worth it.
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#4
If you have to buy it, no, it doesn't work.
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#6
its the one at perfectpitch.com
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#7
think of it this way... the program has been around for a long time (ive seen a thousand of those kinds of ads)... if any of them really worked as magically as they say they do, everyone would have perfect pitch. save your money.
#8
From the looks of it you are friggin 16 and you got 2 amazing guitars. So your parents are probably paying for it. So I'll say go for it.
#9
i know it isnt technically perfect pitch but it sounds like it might be good for ear training and good relative pitch
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#10
The only way you can really achieve that is with years upon years of practice with a private instructor. The thing is, the people that did that were native English speakers that learned Mandarin/Vietnamese. (Both languages require perfect pitch.)
#11
K, Thanks everyone, you helped a lot.
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#12
I don't think it's worth it. If you naturally have perfect pitch, then that's cool, but I don't think it's really worth spending money on trying to obtain.




#13
you can't develop perfect pitch, but you can develop something called relative pitch. Want to do that without paying a hundred $ for some program? Start listening to and playing music. That will get you farther than some program.
#14
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you can't develop perfect pitch, but you can develop something called relative pitch. Want to do that without paying a hundred $ for some program? Start listening to and playing music. That will get you farther than some program.

You can develop perfect pitch.. I have perfect pitch and Ive been playing the piano since 4. But Im not too sure how difficult it is to develop later on in life as all those i know with perfect pitch have been playing classical instruments since very young..
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Perfect pitch is a form of autism. so go ahead............

*facepalm* No it isn't, idiot.
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