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Mar 29 '17 at 6:50 comment added Andrew Cheong I never heard of JND and it's good to know its value, @Dom, thanks. Just to add a practical point of view though, this JND in a club setting may sound not only intentional, but sometimes even better than in-tune, because of detuned melodies giving the effect of a chorus, bigness, or retro rawness. Many techno and trance synths are synthesized with detuned waves, even. So, whether a DJ can pull off a 14- or 28-cent shift will depend on the songs and the DJ's proficiency. Regardless, I'm no longer inclined to attempt 42-cent shifts without pitch correction, and that's what I came here to know.
Mar 27 '17 at 18:18 comment added Dom I'd like to point out that the just noticeable difference (JND) of a pitch is 5 cents. Any change more than 5 cents will be noticeable and if one source changes and the other doesn't, the result will sound very out of tune.
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