Perfect Pitch

I have seen this add in "FluteTalk" for 2-Cd's that you can buy for $99 that will show you how you can have perfect pitch. I recently came across this method in a Flute Jazz book I found. I went through the method for about 3 weeks, and I found that it really helped! The best thing about this method is that it is free.


This method is very effective if you practice it every day. The method is very quick as well, it takes about 5-10 minuets. Before you begin, make sure you know your Major Scales.

Major Chords - Major Chords are made up of the Root Note, the 3rd Note, and the 5th Note of any scale. When played together this is known as an arpeggio.
Example:
C Major Chord

In order to learn perfect pitch you will need to sing. This is how this method works. First take your instrument and play just the root tone, in the example above that would be a "C." Next sing the arpeggio, E G C, G, E, C.
Example:

Arpeggio starting on C
(If you are unfamiliar with what the arpeggios sound link then go though all 13 scales and play the scale with the arpeggio).

Move on to the next scale. Make sure the next scale is not the one just above it, or just below it. Below is each Root Note and its 3rd and 5th note. This is a good order to go in. When you get bored of it, start with sharps and then go to flats, or the other way around.

Move on to the next scale. Make sure the next scale is not the one just above it, or just below it. Below is each Root Note and its 3rd and 5th note. This is a good order to go in. When you get bored of it, start with sharps and then go to flats, or the other way around.

Triads
Triads