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post Dec 8 2008, 09:27 AM
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Look at this you guys , ohmy.gif

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7nIcPTm0dmo...feature=related

Here is when the sick thing comes..he regonize harmonys like we are breathing ohmy.gif its this possible...do you think steve vai and satriani are able to do this ohmy.gif i feel so un musical now. laugh.gif blink.gif i wanna put down my guitar dudes..im not worthy anymore..im never gonna be a so big musical talent..i feel so...well hehe biggrin.gif LOOK AT 3.40 and out man ...sick its the only word i can say ohmy.gif

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bGOH1xzNCOU
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post Dec 8 2008, 09:46 AM
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hmm very interesting documentary..


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post Dec 8 2008, 10:35 AM
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Yeah, it is amazing smile.gif Well he got perfect pitch as well as relative, and insane amount of practice, nothing inhuman abilities and so called "born with talent", so go and practice! laugh.gif and i think that Satriani can do something similar.

p.s.- for ear training i strongly recomend David Lucas Burge courses, i only got started with them (5 days ago) and already got good results! (before i couldn`t even recognize open strings and notes pitches biggrin.gif)
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post Dec 8 2008, 10:55 AM
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Did you see the other links?
I'm not sure how you will react to this one,
YouTube-Link,
but I thought it was extremely entertaining...



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post Dec 8 2008, 11:17 AM
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Probably, he doesnt have sight, so another sense is highly developed, like authistic children who can draw amazingly


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post Dec 8 2008, 11:32 AM
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QUOTE (AlexLion @ Dec 8 2008, 10:35 AM) *
Yeah, it is amazing smile.gif Well he got perfect pitch as well as relative, and insane amount of practice, nothing inhuman abilities and so called "born with talent", so go and practice! laugh.gif and i think that Satriani can do something similar.

p.s.- for ear training i strongly recomend David Lucas Burge courses, i only got started with them (5 days ago) and already got good results! (before i couldn`t even recognize open strings and notes pitches biggrin.gif)



Nahh...you can learn to a degree..but he`s an monster...he play flawless mozart piezes he never heard before, and hear over 50 several tones and able to arpeggiat every single note biggrin.gif:D

QUOTE (gibsonmatte @ Dec 8 2008, 10:55 AM) *
Did you see the other links?
I'm not sure how you will react to this one,
YouTube-Link,
but I thought it was extremely entertaining...


haha ..THis was a joke right? biggrin.gif
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post Dec 8 2008, 12:10 PM
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QUOTE (AlexLion @ Dec 8 2008, 10:35 AM) *
Yeah, it is amazing smile.gif Well he got perfect pitch as well as relative, and insane amount of practice, nothing inhuman abilities and so called "born with talent", so go and practice! laugh.gif and i think that Satriani can do something similar.

p.s.- for ear training i strongly recomend David Lucas Burge courses, i only got started with them (5 days ago) and already got good results! (before i couldn`t even recognize open strings and notes pitches biggrin.gif)


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post Dec 8 2008, 12:49 PM
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QUOTE (Ramblingman @ Dec 8 2008, 11:32 AM) *
Nahh...you can learn to a degree..but he`s an monster...he play flawless mozart piezes he never heard before, and hear over 50 several tones and able to arpeggiat every single note biggrin.gif:D



haha ..THis was a joke right? biggrin.gif



I really hope that it was a joke. And if it was then it was great!
If it wasn't a joke then I guess it was just sad... But anyway, it got me laughing at least smile.gif


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post Dec 8 2008, 12:58 PM
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Wow... This guy is amazing.. Give me a few years with ear training, and I might be a quarter as good tongue.gif

That beeing said, thanks for the David Lucas Burge tip... I'll look into that course =)


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post Dec 8 2008, 08:50 PM
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I think that is very strange, it shows how our brain is highly sofisticated, but also it's a give&take thing - it has it's limits, as we see in this case. Derek is retarded on one side, but has this amazing sound processing ability one the other side, almost resembling to a machine-like process of differentiating sound wave frequencies. I am sorry about this fellow, cause he cannot live a normal life, and has to go through these tortures. I hope some day people will invent cures for these issues. Unfortunately it is very hard to do that with the brain it is far too complex for present technology.


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post Dec 8 2008, 10:44 PM
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I really wonder how he would respond if you asked him to discern the difference between tone. Like the use of distortion with a guitar... like trying to emulate the musical idea of distortion through his playing..

or maybe even if you played the same note on two different parts of a guitar (i.e. different strings) and ask him to tell you what the difference was in the two notes.


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Wow. he has a Universal Absolute Hearing.. It seems that his brain cells that are unable to process light are processing audio. That is quite amazing....

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post Dec 9 2008, 12:34 AM
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I watched a documentary about this guy on the Discovery channel, very incredible skill but also limitations.

It was interesting what he could and could not do...for instance they asked him to play a piece happy...he played it happy..they asked him to play it sad...he played it sad. They then asked him to play it angry, and he played it happy....like the idea of angry playing is not part of the equation.

What i find really interesting though is the fact that he does in fact put his own spin on things he has heard. Most savants that are musical play things note for note the way they heard it...and are incapable of doing it otherwise.

He doesnt seem to have that limitation, like in that clip she asked him to play Fur Elise like Mozart would have, and he could. A normal musical savant wouldnt know the difference.

As far as perfect pitch goes, i think almost all musicians have a certain type of pitch perfection, just depends on how it manifests. For myself for example, i do not have "Pefect pitch" per the definition, like if someone told me to sing middle C without having heard it i could not do it. But at the same time i have the ability to distingish variations of a note less than a quarter tone, for example if you played F..and F# i could sing and hear inbetween the two. In some respects though it is a curse, there are certain artists i cannot stand listening to because they are always sharp or flat to my ear.


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post Dec 9 2008, 01:02 AM
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QUOTE (Daniel Robinson @ Dec 9 2008, 12:34 AM) *
As far as perfect pitch goes, i think almost all musicians have a certain type of pitch perfection, just depends on how it manifests. For myself for example, i do not have "Pefect pitch" per the definition, like if someone told me to sing middle C without having heard it i could not do it. But at the same time i have the ability to distingish variations of a note less than a quarter tone, for example if you played F..and F# i could sing and hear inbetween the two. In some respects though it is a curse, there are certain artists i cannot stand listening to because they are always sharp or flat to my ear.
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Very good point Daniel.

I don't have perfect pitch per definition either, but I can instantly hear if my guitar get just a little bit out of tune (cause I know how it should be exactly on tune). So people are still liking it and it comes "as curse" because I just want to stop playing it and retune it tongue.gif


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post Dec 9 2008, 01:21 AM
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QUOTE (Gus @ Dec 8 2008, 07:02 PM) *
Very good point Daniel.

I don't have perfect pitch per definition either, but I can instantly hear if my guitar get just a little bit out of tune (cause I know how it should be exactly on tune). So people are still liking it and it comes "as curse" because I just want to stop playing it and retune it tongue.gif



Yah, i have that same problem because of it. The most annoying thing to me is that my guitar is not top end, and when i play with along with a Keyboard and all the tone variations between my guitar..and actual because of intonation really grates on my nerves sometimes.


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