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comment A (440 Hz) and A (880 Hz) are completely different sounds to me. Does this mean I'm tone deaf?
I think you recognize it easily when played at the same time. Consecutive notes are much harder to identify as an interval. I myself I'm shocked at how much trouble I have sometimes when practising ear training!
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revised How do I connect my musical instrument to a computer?
tweaked formatting a bit - such a great answer deserves some cosmetic improvement!
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accepted My guitar goes out of tune at a higher pitch rather than lower, is that normal?
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comment Guitar scales further up the fret board.
wow, that Dave Weiner link is amazing!
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answered Ways to get out of a scalar rut?