I purchased a program called Absolute Pitch which plays notes at random and assigns colors to help you learn to experience the unique “C”-ness of the “C” note in an atonal context. In the version I paid for Absolute Pitch 2.22 the test part isn’t working, but I’m hoping the programmer gets back to me soon with a fix. The Absolute Pitch does a great job in terms of choosing the most distinct 12 color pitches, but shouldn’t “Middle C” be yellow, sun colored? As far as colors go, I’ve seen others assigned to the notes.
Home | Site Map | Watch | FAQ | History | Store | Contact The musical interval we call a perfect fifth is the second most fundamental one (the most fundamental being the unison or octave). In western music, we have ended up with twelve pitches, all related to one another by the interval of the perfect fifth (more or less).