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Does perfect pitch lead to less music appreciation

Post by kentaku_sama on Mon Dec 01, 2008 6:55 am

If you have developed perfect pitch you start to enjoy music more correct? But what if in one of your favorite contemporary songs, the singer sings a quarter tone off key? Would you stop liking certain music you listened to before?
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Re: Does perfect pitch lead to less music appreciation

Post by Thomandy on Mon Dec 01, 2008 2:57 pm

kentaku_sama wrote:If you have developed perfect pitch you start to enjoy music more correct? But what if in one of your favorite contemporary songs, the singer sings a quarter tone off key? Would you stop liking certain music you listened to before?

I guess you would recognize him singing of key, but errors in general is easly ignored so I dont think that would be a problem Smile
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Re: Does perfect pitch lead to less music appreciation

Post by pianohama on Sun Feb 22, 2009 2:44 pm

kentaku_sama wrote:If you have developed perfect pitch you start to enjoy music more correct? But what if in one of your favorite contemporary songs, the singer sings a quarter tone off key? Would you stop liking certain music you listened to before?

Sepheron has perfect pitch and he says he gets extremely annoyed when playing on a piano thats not properly tuned and he always hears when people makes mistakes
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