I don’t have one. But from my experience perfect pitch is not that magical thing that make your life as musician somehow better than a person with no one. That was validated by my students and some musicians – you still need some knowledge. BUT – another teacher of mine was highly experienced musician with absolute pitch, and he was transcribing guitar solo from Yngwie Malmsteen’s – Crying completely by ear and by memory, without audio recording (listened at work and transcribed at home), if you will listen to that song – you’ll understand what a big deal is that.
I think that having highly trained relative pitch is as good as have perfect one for a musician. We should ask SonicBytes about that.
Welcome aboard guys! Your track is great
As a classical pianist I was taught how to tune a piano and how the whole process goes and works, and that’s not such a big thing – just need to have all the instruments needed to repair, some knowledge to not break it down completely and a tuner (or an absolute pitch, I know such guys who tune pianos with ear). Then you need just an hour or two to make it sound fantastic.
But that was some time ago and I had never tuned a piano in my life by myself only, but I had experience watching the guy tuning my piano several times.
$14 on 100Mbps and $14 on 50Mbps (different providers). By the way, the cheaper one works a lot better.
Congrats! Now go for 1000!
That’s cool man! Go for 5000!
I’m at 21 And the same – today just sold a short logo