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Perfect Pitch Bootcamp™ Helps Musicians To 'Change The World'
Date:11/21/2013

ll but it is not maximally developed, even among musicians. What if Absolute Pitch and Relative Pitch listening skills could be perfected in isolation, then combined for full synergistic effect? A recent nexus of findings in technology and research makes it possible to create conditions whereby the brain can be influenced to rapidly 'rewire' at any time of life and reinforce new music recognition strategies.

By incorporating the latest research from scientists Diana Deutsch (perfect pitch and music psychology), Poppy Crum (music games), Aniruddh Patel (music and language), Thomas Mu¨nte (brain neuroplasticity), David Peterson (biofeedback) and Bob Cooley (genotypical flexibility) with Apple Computer's iOS gaming platforms, US College of Music, Inc. has developed Perfect Pitch Bootcamp, a personalized training environment that incorporates proprietary technologies and processes to bypass the second state of consciousness and trains Absolute Pitch Recognition to actively cooperate with Relative Pitch within a larger context of real music in real-time.

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