How can we sing in tune, given a perfect ear for music, if we always hear ourselves lower than we actually sound?
Why can't wearing both ear muffs (whether passive or active) and earplugs simultaneously yield more than 36 dB noise reduction ratio (NRR)?
If the resolution of human hearing is approximately five cents, how can musicians play works with intonation changes of less than five cents?
Exercises to go beyond basic relative pitch, and notice if any given interval is out of tune, by how much, and in which direction
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