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How good is your ear at differentiating tones?

Discussion in 'Miscellaneous [BG]' started by FreaqyFrequency, Apr 7, 2009.


  1. http://www.tonometric.com/adaptivepitch

    I differentiated two pitches separated by .024375 Hz, and am in the 99.1st percentile of everyone who took the test.

    How good is your ear?

    Oh, and scroll down for the test. Don't click on whatever icon shows up in front of you.
     
  2. Sijjvra

    Sijjvra

    Mar 31, 2009
    Not good at all. I'm deaf in my right ear from a canal wall procedure when I was a teenager (chelestiatoma - I butchered that word btw) and have hearing loss in my left ear as well from scarlet fever when I was a kid. Ironically enough :D it's mostly low-tone hearing loss too. I usually find the notes on my a-g string since I can hear the tones there a lot easier, and of course then it's no problem knowing where to play the same note on my E and B.
     
  3. 74th Percentile on the 1st one
     

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