Key Details of Absolute Pitch

  • Train your musical ear and acquire absolute or perfect pitch.
  • Last updated on June 17, 2014
  • There have been 5 updates
  • Virus scan status:

    Clean (it's extremely likely that this software program is clean)

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Absolute Pitch 0/1

Editors' Review staff

This program helps you hone the art of perfect musical pitch, but in our opinion, the trial version is overly restrictive. The interface couldn't be described as beautiful, but it is nice the actual piano keyboard is large and prominent.

To get you started, Absolute Pitch will play a melody and will flash the name of the target note each time it occurs. When you're ready to test, the app will play you another melody, and you'll need to strike the target note each time you hear it. When you miss one, the test strangely stops and won't resume until you hit the Start button, which seems like a momentum killer. Absolute Pitch has some nice customization options, such as 127 MIDI-based sounds, a slider for tweaking the speed of the melody, and the ability to include different octaves.

The biggest problem here is that the trial version only lets you work with middle C, which may not give some users enough to decide if the app is worth buying. Still, anyone who strives for perfect pitch might at least have a look at this one.

What's new in version 2.30

Version 2.30 includes changes to the license model (now freeware).

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Full Specifications

June 17, 2014
Latest update
June 17, 2014
Operating System
Windows 2003, Windows 7, Windows ME, Windows 10, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 8, Windows Vista, Windows 98, Windows NT, Windows Server
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Developer's Description

Train your musical ear and acquire absolute or perfect pitch.

Absolute Pitch is a musical ear trainer that uses a unique method to help you acquire absolute or perfect pitch. You learn to recognize a particular note by listening to a random (atonal) sequence that includes the note. Whenever the note is played, your aural recognition is reinforced by visual stimuli that serve to connect the sound of the note with its name and position on the piano keyboard. When you are confident you know the note after an ear training session, you can proceed to take a test. With its resizable seven-octave piano keyboard, the software can also be used to play music with your computer keyboard or mouse.