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    (Original post by Red Fox)
    Clannad has a lot of great piano pieces.

    I really like this one: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J2yzMhNkgsk
    I like that one. I'd not be able to pull it off well though. I think I'll upload Dango to my yt channel

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-EH2MtnXRoY

    Maybe learn this too. Eargasm .
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    (Original post by Red Fox)
    I feel musically inept now:lol:, I want a piano.
    Btw the notes are... hang on, let me translate it into notes
    B6 B4 E4 E4 E6 E6 E8 E4 B4

    B6 B4 E4 E4 E6 E6 E8 E8 E4

    B6 B4 E4 E4 E6 E6 E8 E4 B4

    B6 B4 E4 E4 E6 E6 E4

    So that would be...

    So substitute:
    B6 = F
    B4 = Eb
    E4 = Ab
    E6 = Bb
    E8 = C
    I think

    just seen your other post, I'll look at the piano version and translate it to guitar form
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    (Original post by keromedic)
    I like that one. I'd not be able to pull it off well though. I think I'll upload Dango to my yt channel

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-EH2MtnXRoY

    Maybe learn this too. Eargasm .
    Roaring Tide is great, post it here if/when you upload it
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    (Original post by Bude8)
    Btw the notes are... hang on, let me translate it into notes
    B6 B4 E4 E4 E6 E6 E8 E4 B4

    B6 B4 E4 E4 E6 E6 E8 E8 E4

    B6 B4 E4 E4 E6 E6 E8 E4 B4

    B6 B4 E4 E4 E6 E6 E4

    So that would be...

    So substitute:
    B6 = F
    B4 = Eb
    E4 = Ab
    E6 = Bb
    E8 = C
    I think

    just seen your other post, I'll look at the piano version and translate it to guitar form
    https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=da...ar+tab&spell=1

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    Translating it is more fun
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    (Original post by Bude8)
    Translating it is more fun
    L'evil sings. We could totally do a cover of something .

    (Original post by Red Fox)
    sdf
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UZV7ON5r3y0


    Competition?
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    (Original post by drowninginsound)
    Lucky, I wish I had more spare time.

    A kind offer but I think you would quickly get frustrated at how little I remember. :lol: I've got a book of French stories, I'm going to try and find it to see how much I can understand... probably not much. I think my knowledge of French is better than Spanish but Spanish is more fun.
    Haha nah, I don't think I would. It's not like I'm doing anything to get annoyed at

    I agree completely with that
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    (Original post by Bude8)
    Translating it is more fun
    (Original post by keromedic)
    L'evil sings. We could totally do a cover of something .


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UZV7ON5r3y0


    Competition?
    I can play it on this ****ty online keyboard woo, this is my biggest ever musical achievement
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    (Original post by Red Fox)
    I can play it on this ****ty online keyboard woo, this is my biggest ever musical achievement
    You should try and get perfect pitch :lol:
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    (Original post by Bude8)
    You should try and get perfect pitch :lol:
    How does one go about obtaining that then?
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    (Original post by Red Fox)
    How does one go about obtaining that then?
    They say you're born with it, but I think people definitely can train yourself to get it. There are some apps for it - they play one note on the piano and you have to pick the one they played. I've definitely improved at it over time

    Maybe start listening to one note every day e.g. middle C, then develop relative pitch (how far apart a note is from one note that you know) then viola, perfect pitch

    Or you listen to a lot lot lot of music while looking at the scores for the music

    Note: will take a good few years but will blow the pants off pretty much anyone who knows musical notes
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    (Original post by Bude8)
    They say you're born with it, but I think people definitely can train yourself to get it. There are some apps for it - they play one note on the piano and you have to pick the one they played. I've definitely improved at it over time

    Maybe start listening to one note every day e.g. middle C, then develop relative pitch (how far apart a note is from one note that you know) then viola, perfect pitch

    Or you listen to a lot lot lot of music while looking at the scores for the music

    Note: will take a good few years but will blow the pants off pretty much anyone who knows musical notes
    I need an instrument first then maybe I'll start practising. I might actually have an acoustic guitar in my attic, I'll have a look tomorrow.

    'Hearing colours' sounds so cool, I wonder what that's like.
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    (Original post by Bude8)
    You should try and get perfect pitch :lol:
    Hey did I hear a band forming? Cos I have perfect pitch \o/

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    Hey did I hear a band forming? Cos I have perfect pitch \o/

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    Umm kind of we're gonna play Dango Daikazoku :cool: Can you play any instruments? And how good is your perfect pitch? Are you at the point where you can just play something back on an instrument after listening to it? Also, were you born with it or did you develop it?

    (Original post by Red Fox)
    I need an instrument first then maybe I'll start practising. I might actually have an acoustic guitar in my attic, I'll have a look tomorrow.

    'Hearing colours' sounds so cool, I wonder what that's like.
    Or you could look on the internet, there are some videos that just spam one note at you, it'll be damn boring but might be worth it :lol:

    I don't think everyone can 'hear' colours though :lol:
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    (Original post by Bude8)
    Umm kind of we're gonna play Dango Daikazoku :cool: Can you play any instruments? And how good is your perfect pitch? Are you at the point where you can just play something back on an instrument after listening to it? Also, were you born with it or did you develop it?



    Or you could look on the internet, there are some videos that just spam one note at you, it'll be damn boring but might be worth it :lol:

    I don't think everyone can 'hear' colours though :lol:
    I know that:lol:, I was just wondering about it because I was watching Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso and during a piano performance one of the characters listening to it was thinking to himself "red, yellow, yellow...".
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    (Original post by Red Fox)
    I know that:lol:, I was just wondering about it because I was watching Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso and during a piano performance one of the characters listening to it was thinking to himself "red, yellow, yellow...".
    My friend was reading a manga about a musician with perfect pitch, and he told me a line from it:
    'Ah, I could hear the distinct sound of the piece of paper in your pocket making an F'

    We also have a running joke where we say the note of everything is always an F flat (Fb, which is the same as an E, but to a layman it sounds complicated)
    My friends and I were quizzing our perfect pitch friend and if it's just naming a note, we don't know it's right unless we played it ourselves :lol: but when he plays it back to you / tunes your guitar over Skype with just his ear it's just wtf hax...
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    (Original post by Bude8)
    Umm kind of we're gonna play Dango Daikazoku :cool: Can you play any instruments? And how good is your perfect pitch? Are you at the point where you can just play something back on an instrument after listening to it? Also, were you born with it or did you develop it?
    Sorry I should have been clear - I sing
    I can hear notes in my head,eg if you said "Sing an E" I should be able to do it.
    If you asked me to sing a song that I knew I'd be able to recall the pitch immediately
    I was always a talented singer, in that I had a good sense of pitch and quite a large range, however I've had lessons/done exams for about 6 years now which has definitely helped my technique a lot
    I dabbled with piano and guitar when I was younger but not anywhere near the standard of my singing
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    (Original post by Bude8)
    My friend was reading a manga about a musician with perfect pitch, and he told me a line from it:
    'Ah, I could hear the distinct sound of the piece of paper in your pocket making an F'

    We also have a running joke where we say the note of everything is always an F flat (Fb, which is the same as an E, but to a layman it sounds complicated)
    My friends and I were quizzing our perfect pitch friend and if it's just naming a note, we don't know it's right unless we played it ourselves :lol: but when he plays it back to you / tunes your guitar over Skype with just his ear it's just wtf hax...
    Lol that's ridiculous, was he 'born' with it then?
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    (Original post by Bude8)
    My friend was reading a manga about a musician with perfect pitch, and he told me a line from it:
    'Ah, I could hear the distinct sound of the piece of paper in your pocket making an F'

    We also have a running joke where we say the note of everything is always an F flat (Fb, which is the same as an E, but to a layman it sounds complicated)
    My friends and I were quizzing our perfect pitch friend and if it's just naming a note, we don't know it's right unless we played it ourselves :lol: but when he plays it back to you / tunes your guitar over Skype with just his ear it's just wtf hax...
    My uncle can do that, it's crazy, I remember my baby brother had the coloured plastic balls (like ones from a ball pit in wacky warehouse or something?) And as he dropped them and they made a noise he'd say which note it was mind blowing

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    (Original post by Bude8)
    Umm kind of we're gonna play Dango Daikazoku :cool: Can you play any instruments? And how good is your perfect pitch? Are you at the point where you can just play something back on an instrument after listening to it? Also, were you born with it or did you develop it?



    Or you could look on the internet, there are some videos that just spam one note at you, it'll be damn boring but might be worth it :lol:

    I don't think everyone can 'hear' colours though :lol:
    I can play something back on a instrument for you but don't have perfect pitch? I could sing you an A and work out other notes from there, but that's just because I've got so used to tuning to a (concert) A :dontknow:


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