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http://tonometric.com/adaptivepitch/ <- 0.975Hz
http://jakemandell.com/tonedeaf/ <- 94.4%

What's your score? :)

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2.7hz
91.7

i bet i can do better than this though, cause headphones in a noisy enviroment(work) :lol: don't help

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I'll be honest

80.6%

3Hz

76% on rhythm


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0.825hz

In the top 26% (74th percentile).


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i got the exact same score as you baz.

just off exceptional hearing, i new that wearing earplugs to every rehearsal was a good idea!

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ßrono wrote:
i got the exact same score as you baz.

just off exceptional hearing, i new that wearing earplugs to every rehearsal was a good idea!


lol shame my playing isn't as good as my ear.


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ßrono wrote:
i got the exact same score as you baz.

just off exceptional hearing, i new that wearing earplugs to every rehearsal was a good idea!


To bad for me.. i always had ONE earplug less! so i covered upp my ear towards the drums and keept rocking. When i got out of rehersal i had real bad hearing at my left ear haha =D I will check my score when i come home!


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83.3% 79th percentile

2.7 Hz 42nd percentile

This is cool I think I'll try again soon. :D Ear training!


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0.6Hz, 87th percentile today (with both speakers working) :)

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Pitch Perception = 1.65 Hz 59th Percentile
Tone Deaf = 72.2% 35th Percentile
and wait for it.........32% on Rhythm!
i have pretty good pitch but quite a low score on the tone deaf , and of corse, i suck at rhythm!:(

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0.75hz (87th %)
91.7% on the tonedeaf test
80% on the rhythm test


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Awesome quiz! :mrgreen:

0.3375Hz (97.5th pecentile) :shock:
80% for the rhythm test
80% for that phrasing one

I did the ear test one again to make sure and I got 0.3375Hz again :mrgreen:

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Oodles wrote:
0.3375Hz (97.5th pecentile) :shock:


FREAK !!!!




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Lamer wrote:
http://tonometric.com/adaptivepitch/ <- 0.975Hz
http://jakemandell.com/tonedeaf/ <- 94.4%

What's your score? :)


Adaptive Pitch: 0.975 Hz
Rhythm: 88%
Tonedeaf: 86.1%

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adaptive pitch 2.22
tone deaf 88.9
Rhythym 92%

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never managed to load the tone deaf test...

I can make the difference at 1.2 Hz but perhaps I can do better...


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1.2Hz 59th Percentile.

pretty cool. i could do much better if i wasnt using cheap $10 dell speakers on my buddies computer lol

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two years later. . .my ears gets worse. . . :?

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I've improved!

1.8Hz


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1.2 hz

:lol:

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