#1
Well I've noticed something about songs and Key's but I'm asking here to make sure I'm right. I 90% sure I'm right.

Ok Last night while watching family guy I've noticed that peter has a key of C voice where Lois has a key of A voice.


Also I've been recognizing keys in other stuff for example the key of A when the guy does the free credit report.com song in the car LOL.


So is this getting close to perfect pitch?
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#2
People don't speak in "Keys."

And the bottom line is this: You know 100% sure if you have perfect pitch. Solely because you asked I can be confident in saying you do not have perfect pitch, and you will never develop it, but you can get good relative pitch.

I have seen people with perfect pitch. A teacher will hit a key on a piano and within an half second the person can say the pitch. They can play a few measures and that person can name ever pitch that was just played.

Sorry.
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#3
Quote by copet
People don't speak in "Keys."

And the bottom line is this: You know 100% sure if you have perfect pitch. Solely because you asked I can be confident in saying you do not have perfect pitch, and you will never develop it, but you can get good relative pitch.

I have seen people with perfect pitch. A teacher will hit a key on a piano and within an half second the person can say the pitch. They can play a few measures and that person can name ever pitch that was just played.

Sorry.
Hey no problem

When I had my ears cleaned out he used a tuning fork to see if he needed to clean them out more or if it's fine the first time he uses it I said so your using the C tunining fork and yep you must be a musician.


Anyways does that mean I have relative pitch?
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#4
if it was in any key or scale or whatever it would only be in a chromatic one, where every note is in the key lol..
#5
UVG ok hey thought I'd ask no harm done.
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#6
Could be some lucky guesses, could be that you had heard/played a song you know was in a key and you recognized the note. When you wake up in the morning and you don't have any pitches in your head, you should hit a random note on the guitar that you dont know by looking and see if you can pick it out.
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#7
Quote by copet
I have seen people with perfect pitch. A teacher will hit a key on a piano and within an half second the person can say the pitch. They can play a few measures and that person can name ever pitch that was just played.


Don't say he can't develop it; some people say you can, some say you can't. I have perfect pitch and am able to do exactly as you describe here, but it's something that I developed only a few years ago.