We have a good news for people who use a microphone to answer the questions of our Perfect Pitch Test.
We added a new option “Consider only in-tune notes”. What does it do?
As you may know, when you do your pitch practice exercises and sing or play the correct answer using your microphone, the program will react only to loud sustained sound.
Let’s say, you should sing the note C to answer correctly to the test question.
If this new option “Consider only in-tune notes” is ON, the program will react only to in-tune notes. If you sing the C in-tune – you will see the message “Correct!” If you sing any other note in-tune – you will see the message “Wrong.” If you sing out-of-tune, the program will patiently wait until you start singing in-tune.
But what happens if this option is OFF? If you sing the C out of tune, the program will still wait until you get the note right. However if you sing any other note out-of-tune long enough, the program will show you the message “Wrong.”
As you can see, the chances to get the “wrong” message are higher in the second case.
Hopefully this new option will help you with your pitch practice exercises!