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Before delving into the secret of how to develop perfect pitch, let's first note how absolute pitch has historically been defined.

Perfect Pitch Definitions:


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PITCH is a tone or sound. There are 12 different pitches          in all.

 

·        PITCH CHROMA is literally, “sound color” (chroma = color in Greek). It is the unique sound quality of a pitch-its “personality"-experienced psychologically .

 

·        PITCH CLASS is the sum of all pitches that share the same pitch chroma and same letter name (or enharmonic equivalent, C# = Db): C1 and C2, along with all other “C’s”, belong to the “C” pitch class. There are 12 pitch classes corresponding to the 12 pitches.

 

·        PITCH HEIGHT is how high or low a pitch is. 

 

·        TIMBRE (TAM-ber) is the unique “tone color” of an instrument, distinguishing it from other instruments.

 

·        PERFECT PITCH (PP) / ABSOLUTE PITCH (AP) is the ability to sing or name a pitch without a reference.

 

o       ACTIVE AP is when a pitch is sung without hearing it first.

 

o       PASSIVE AP is when a pitch is named after only hearing it.

 

·        RELATIVE PITCH (RP) is the ability to hear and name the relationship between pitches.


      
·     CENT is 1/100th of the distant between two adjacent              pitches.