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Author Topic: Dither? I hardly knew her.  (Read 6622 times)

Cass Anawaty

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Re: Dither? I hardly knew her.
« Reply #15 on: April 10, 2011, 11:39:34 am »

Perfect pitch is the ability to hear the slight difference of the "sound" of the tones.
Every note has it's own sound, you don't try to hear if the note is high or low you hear it's sound.
And to be able to hear such small differences in sound can be an advantage in mastering,
And music actually gets more beautiful and interesting to listen to.


Two good links on Perfect Pitch
http://www.pitchtrain.com/
http://www.perfectpitch.com/

Cheers,

Herbeck
Don't see the relevance in mastering.
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Re: Dither? I hardly knew her.
« Reply #16 on: April 11, 2011, 12:22:13 pm »

*temporary bump while thread porting from old forums happens*
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Herbeck

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Re: Dither? I hardly knew her.
« Reply #17 on: April 11, 2011, 09:23:21 pm »

On the topic of perfect pitch, I see it as more of a "gift" that someone is born with, or develops at an early age, not something that MEs need to focus on. That said, I've got good relative pitch, a skill I've retained for decades, it does have its uses at times.


I've got good relative pitch too, but perfect pitch open up your ears in a totally different way.
It's hard to explain, I think the only way is to try it for yourself. So don't judge it before you tried it.
The "gift" and "born with" thing is partly an old myth and misconception.


Cheers,

Herbeck
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