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I'm pretty sure you wouldn't want it. Everything I've read inidicates, unless your band and every musician you play with is perfectly in tune all the time, it will drive you nuts.
Having good relative pitch perception is something everyone should strive for though.

...not to mention those guys who think its "unmanly" to use a tuner.

(trust me, if i was in that band, they'd be begging me to use a tuner!)

fortunately, guys like me do eventually develop something like pitch recognition.

singing on key is yet another issue..:mad:

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I have the beginners and advanced courses for perfect pitch. Got them a few years ago. One day I will actually open them up and see what theyre all about. The phrase "close enough for rock n roll" is more important to learn than perfect pitch.............
 

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I've long held the belief that their are two types of people - those that hear pitch and those that hear frequency.

So there must be a gene for the latter too.
Actually, it should be: Those who hear pitch and those who are tone deaf...

PS. Hate to be a smartypants, but pitch is dependent on frequency.
 
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