I heard a few times that if you play the violin (or any string instrument) then you become pitch perfect. I understood why that would happen but as i wasn't a violinist i never thought about it.
I always had quite a good ear but wasn't able to recognise notes by hearing them. I've now been playing violin for just over 5 months, and have practised intonation in detail every day since day 1, and now not always but quite often i'm able to recognize notes by hearing them. I dunno if it has anything to do with playing violin and all the daily intonation exercises etc. but i'm guessing it must do. =/
How many of you have perfect pitch? Has anyone been playing violin for years but not have perfect pitch?
I'm really hoping it develops into perfect pitch It's actually really weird, i'm like "that was a D, and that was an A... wait, how on earth do i know that??" and i check it and the notes are right. it's very weird XD