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#beginquote# ...hmm i strongly believe you can aquire perfect pitch. If you practice long enough, (like TheHornSupremacy said) but i still believe that both perfect pitch and relative pitch
be learned. I used to not be able to sing an F# after being sung a C. but now i can. If i learned how to do that, whats stoping me from recognizing a train whistles pitch? I wouldnt say i have perfect pitch u>yet, but i believe i have good relative pitch. my trumpet professor has told me he used to not have perfect pitch, and now, he can sing any note if asked. He is also the ear training sight singing prof. at my college #endquote#
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