Perfect Pitch Pursuit is a game that can be played to help people develop perfect pitch, also known as absolute pitch. The problem with other methods used for developing perfect pitch is that they are boring and tedious. That is why many people usually lose interest and give up after a short time. However, this pitch recognition game is a great way to have fun and develop perfect pitch at the same time.
Here's why you should try our Perfect Pitch Pursuit game. Developing perfect pitch is not easy. For most people, it is a boring and tedious process. That is why most people get frustrated and give up after a short time. We created Perfect Pitch Pursuit to replace 'boring and tedious' with 'fun and exciting'. The goal of the game is to keep you so entertained that you forget all about the task at hand. You forget or don't even realize that your pitch recognition skills are being developed while you play the game. It is a very fun and beneficial game that both kids and adults can enjoy.
February 24, 2011
Version: Perfect Pitch Pursuit 1.1
It's fun to play and it appears to help develop pitch recognition skills in an entertaining way.
Only piano notes are used. This is great for me but may not be preferable for others.
I was skeptical about this game but after playing, I have to admit that it is probably the most entertaining way I've seen to improve your pitch recognition skills and I could see it being helpful (and fun) for people.
Scam -- there are many products out there that claim you can acquire perfect pitch. Psychology has told us the opposite. You can however, train for "relative pitch." But this product is not for relative pitch.
Well.. Whether or not you can learn perfect pitch is a well-debated discussion. Personally, I feel that pitch recognition ability varies from person to person, even in people who were ?born with? the ability. The purpose of the game is to make the process fun and enjoyable. I can honestly say that my son (6 years old) enjoys playing this game and has dramatically improved his pitch recognition. It's amazing how he can recognize the different notes. He keeps getting higher and higher scores.