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 Bryce Alexander Music-Perfect Pitch Software



The Absolute Pitch Simulator is an exciting, unique system for
learning perfect pitch. The perfect pitch software program processes
the input from an instrument in real time so that anyone can hear what
it is like to have perfect pitch. You may have read that each note
possesses a unique quality, or “pitch color”. These allow
musicians with perfect pitch to identify the notes being played and
add an extra dimension to the experience of listening to music. The
Perfect Pitch Simulator exaggerates these qualities so that they can
be heard by anyone. The strength of this exaggeration is set highly to
begin with then, over time, your ear will learn to tune in to the
quality of each note. You can reduce the settings at your own pace
until you are hearing the normal sound of your instrument in perfect

When the application is now available for purchase . Also, make sure
you sign up for my free introductory course. Enter your name and email
address on the left. The course teaches how to listen to harmonics,
what some of the notes sound like when their characteristics are
exaggerated, and a really neat trick to help you pick out certain
notes. Signing up only takes a few seconds and it's FREE.

The Perfect Pitch Simulator is easy to use. The complexity of the
system is behind the surface where the actual processing occurs. For
the user, simply plug your instrument in to the microphone input of
your PC, load the program, get some headphones or speakers plugged in
then set your volume levels and start playing. There is also the
option to play .wav files through the system. A special folder is set
up to store .wav sound files to be played. If multiple files are saved
in this folder, the simulator will play them at random, this means you
can save sound files of various notes and test your perfect pitch
recognition skills.

The cost of the simulator is $22.50, which is a special introductory
price. The product is available as a .zip download and the application
format is .exe. This can be downloaded immediately.


* A PC with Windows. The Simulator has been tested on XP and
Vista. No problems are anticipated with Windows 7.
* Available hardware for recording your instrument or voice. You
can check if you are able to do this on your PC by opening Windows
Sound Recorder and recording a sample. The microphone input of your
sound card or motherboard is usually a pink socket.
* If you plan to use an acoustic instrument, please ensure you
have a suitable microphone. For example, you will find that a
microphone suited to human voice does not pick up a violin very
* Your computer needs to be able to accept a signal from the
microphone input and output the signal with minimum delay. A normal
computer, even a few years old, with only on-board sound (NVIDIA
nForce is the most common) can do this. See more information on
minimising delay below.

Please email me with any questions at Bryce@brycealexander.co.uk

Absolute Pitch Simulator Screen Shot

To download the Simulator, click HERE.


The Simulator has been designed to run on a normal PC with average
specifications. It will run on a computer with NVIDIA nForce onboard
sound, 2GHz processor, and 512MB of RAM without noticeable delay in
the audio.

The speed at which your computer can process audio is usually
determined by the strain put on the CPU. For example, running iTunes,
Windows Media Player and the Simulator at the same time will result in
a lot of strain on the CPU, especially if there is no sound card in
the PC. A good sound card can improve the performance by taking some
of the strain off the CPU. However, a bad sound card can add delay. An
example of a bad sound card is the C-Media 8738. This is a very cheap
replacement for you if you have broken the audio sockets on your
motherboard but is really a waste of money. The strain on the CPU can
be monitored in the Task Manager and you can shut down programs or
processes, which are taking up power.

To minimise delay as much as possible, it makes sense to optimise
your settings. First, right click the desktop and select properties.
Next, go to the settings tab and set the color quality to "Medium(16
bit)". Also, click "Advanced" and select the "Troubleshoot" tab. Drag
the "Hardware Acceleration" track-bar to a lower setting, or "None".
This is not absoutely necessary but will speed up the Simulator if you
do feel there is too much delay. You can restore the settings when you
are not running the Simulator.



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