We upgraded the template of our website to the latest Bootstrap 5. Now the website looks absolutely gorgeous. We also fixed a lot of small bugs in the algorithm of our Perfect Pitch Trainer. It became more stable and works better with the latest browsers. We also improved the user experience related to signing up,… Continue reading PerfectPitch.training receives a major design update
In light of the Russian military invasion in Ukraine, until further notice, we made the decision to block the access to our Perfect Pitch Trainer in Russia and Belarus effective March 10th, 2022.
I had some issues with the hosting provider Godaddy during the last 2 weeks which prevented the automatic messages to be sent by our website. Finally I moved the website to Canadian Web Hosting – the company I use to host my other websites. And just like magic all the issues were gone. The registration… Continue reading PerfectPitch.training moves to a new hosting provider
The staff of PerfectPitch.training wishes you all the best during these holidays! We know that ear training requires a lot of time. Hopefully you will find this extra time during this winter season. And please support us by sharing our website with other musicians! Let’s build a community of people who use the best tool… Continue reading Happy Holidays!
We are excited to announce a new feature on our website. Now you can assign custom colors to any of 12 notes of a chromatic scale. And you can choose whatever color you want! We used the color picker plugin Spectrum which supports millions of colors. To use this new feature click on “Virtual keyboard… Continue reading Assign colors to musical notes
Recently we added a new option for 2-note exercises. Now you can specify separately which intervals you want to practice. You can select any of the following musical intervals: minor second major second minor third major third perfect fourth augmented fourth perfect fifth minor sixth major sixth minor seventh major seventh Now you can use… Continue reading Practice custom intervals to improve your relative pitch
In addition to piano keyboard and guitar fretboard we added another type of virtual keyboard – music staff. Now if you play a string instrument, such as violin or cello, or a wind instrument, such as flute, clarinet, saxophone or bassoon, this new option can come in real handy. Your brain can connect how the… Continue reading Practice perfect pitch with music staff
We added a new option to our Perfect Pitch Test for multiple-note exercises. Up until now the notes in such exercises were only played harmonically (simultaneously). Now you can also listen to them when they are played melodically (one after another). It can be a very good way to increase the difficulty of your pitch… Continue reading Play notes harmonically or melodically during your pitch practice
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… Continue reading Even more tuner settings for your pitch practice
We added a setting that allows you to adjust the tuner response speed in our Perfect Pitch Trainer. You can set it to “slow”, “medium” or “fast”. The “slow” option averages pitch over a longer time span. Use this option for vibrato singing or bowed string instruments. The “fast” option responds to pitch changes more… Continue reading Adjust tuner response speed for your pitch practice