#1
I found one before but it was one where it plays a note and you have to click on the name on the note but is there one for people like me with no theory (and I mean no theory) so I can test if I have perfect pitch? I honsestly think I might...
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#5
3/10..... probably more to do with a lack of instrument familiarity than bad genes..... or maybe i've had one too many tuning forks bashed against my head....
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I found one before but it was one where it plays a note and you have to click on the name on the note but is there one for people like me with no theory (and I mean no theory) so I can test if I have perfect pitch? I honsestly think I might...


Generally, confidence about the pitch of notes is part of perfect pitch. "Might" doesn't really cut it.
#7
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You've got a good ear.


I got none right. :-\

I've only been an active musician for almost two years, so I'm not too worried.

It was sarcastic, really; I have perfect pitch.
#8
I usually have a link to everything but it's gonna take me a while to find this one. There was this really cool site that had these 3 tests, 1 for rhythm, 1 for melodies, and 1 for specific notes. They were to test your ears. It was a cool test.

*searches for it*


Byah! http://tonometric.com/


Edit: Cool, I got it before it showed I edited the post.
Edit2: Damn, saying that took just enough time to make it say I edited it. Oh well, the link is there.


Edit3: At 500Hz, I can reliably differentiate two tones, 2.7Hz apart. That's not that good according to their little chart
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#9
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I usually have a link to everything but it's gonna take me a while to find this one. There was this really cool site that had these 3 tests, 1 for rhythm, 1 for melodies, and 1 for specific notes. They were to test your ears. It was a cool test.

*searches for it*


Byah! http://tonometric.com/


Edit: Cool, I got it before it showed I edited the post.
Edit2: Damn, saying that took just enough time to make it say I edited it. Oh well, the link is there.


Edit3: At 500Hz, I can reliably differentiate two tones, 2.7Hz apart. That's not that good according to their little chart



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And that Music/Image test is ridiculous. How can one possibly justify a correct answer when it seems to me that there is no objective answer possible. Who's the judge who said that so and so a phrase does, in fact, represent a a black square and red triangle with a hump in its hypotenuse, rather than a black circle and black square with it's upper right corner missing.

This pisses me off.
#10
Quote by 5/4
.375

And that Music/Image test is ridiculous. How can one possibly justify a correct answer when it seems to me that there is no objective answer possible. Who's the judge who said that so and so a phrase does, in fact, represent a a black square and red triangle with a hump in its hypotenuse, rather than a black circle and black square with it's upper right corner missing.

This pisses me off.

Synesthesia for the lose? haha

I got 70%/"very good performance" on that. Was quite different but interesting nonetheless.
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