Right now, we are preparing a new update of our perfect pitch test that would allow you to save settings as profiles and load them later. Hopefully, it will be released in the next week or two.
Today, however, I would like to talk about how to better prepare your body for the perfect pitch training. In our tips for perfect pitch development, I mention that your physiological state is crucial for ear training practice.
In our modern society, unfortunately, we often have a lot of bad, unhealthy habits that may prevent us from going into the right state easily. Sedementary lifestyle, junk food, too much screen time, shallow breathing, not enough sleep. It all may seem unrelated to the perfect pitch training, but believe me – if you feel like crap, you won’t be motivated to do any ear training.
Over the last ten years, I read a lot of books on healthy lifestyle. Recently, I published a list of 20 healthy habits that you may want to check. It is available on my other website Eyesight.training. I also give some information on how to use artificial lights so they won’t affect your health. If you work a lot on the computer, I suggest you check this too.