Absolute Pitch Trainer
by JamTower
(JamTower Website)
Owned by user JamTowerSocial

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Operating System: Mac OS X
File Size: 20.19 MB
License: Demonstration (All Demo software)
Price: USD 19.95
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Mac OS X

Last Updated: 2015-03-02
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Software Description

Absolute Pitch Trainer is software designed to help you develop Absolute Pitch, also called Perfect Pitch.

The company says, "No matter how you call it, Absolute Pitch or Perfect Pitch, the ability to recognize notes by ear is fundamental to all musicians, just as learning the alphabet is fundamental to anyone who reads and writes. Absolute Pitch is essentially a mapping between the sound you hear in your mind, and the corresponding note on the instrument. All great composers had Absolute Pitch, including Mozart, Tchaikovsky, and Beethoven. Contrary to popular belief, Absolute Pitch is not a talent that a person is born with. It can be developed over time if done with the right methodology. Absolute Pitch Trainer embodies that methodology."

This software uses a specialized algorithm that gradually develops your Absolute Pitch skill level. You start out with learning one note, played ually across all octaves of the piano keyboard. The software is designed to measure your progress, and will add a second note when you are ready for the next step. This learning process continues until the entire 12 notes of the chromatic scale are added, and being played across all octaves of the piano. You can manually control the software to set the number of notes to play.

The software utilizes a color hint feature that helps in memorizing musical tones. When enabled, it will display special colors that represent the 12 notes.

You can interface with Absolute Pitch Trainer by using the built in virtual keyboard by pointing and clicking on the right note with your mouse. Alternatively, you can also use your MIDI keyboard by plugging it into your computer via the USB port. Pressing the keys on your MIDI keyboard will register with the software, just the same as if you were using the built in virtual keyboard.

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