91.7%, though I've played guitar fairly consistently for about 7 years and often use MIDI notation programs like Guitar Pro.
80.6%, I thought it was more of a trick, so I didn't answer the way I should have at first, but it was very interesting to do some basic phrase listening. Felt like I was taking a real test for a minute there........
This is more a memory test than tone deafness. I was listening to the tone more than the actual riff :|
A fun little test of your musical aptitude: are you tone-deaf or not?
Pretty nice test, and it's not easy though...
69%, just under "normal". Not bad for mild-to-moderate hearing loss and no musical training, I suppose.
94.4 % W/ 5 + years of music training.
83.3% and I haven't had music lessons since junior high band.
Only 58.3%???? Damn. That's TWO ENTIRE STANDARD DEVIATIONS under the mean. I suck.
Wait. That means that statistically, my data point can be ignored. If it can be ignored, it didn't really happen, and if it didn't really happen, I must be great!
Sometimes the differences are so subtle that I do think it's not just a tonal issue but maybe short term memory: It's difficult to compare the two just from memory...
80.6% Correct with no musical training. Maybe I should take something up to take advantage of this?
I really don't know if this is a good measure of JUST tone comprehension though. It was pretty easy to tell the differences between the tones, but I was putting more effort into memorizing the tones quickly than recognizing differences in tone.
"Low to normal"-- about what I'd suspect, I suppose.
Damn, I sucked..it was still fun though.
Bah, only 80.6%. I am disappointed in myself!
(Wow, we have to verify our comments now?)
I kind of sucked at 83.3%. I thought I was better. ):