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  • What is my score?

  • *Brett shrieking*

  • Hey guys!

  • Oh, headphones off.

  • How's it going?

  • (both) Uh-oh!

  • I'm scared.

  • We're going to be doing the music IQ test,

  • on the Harvard thing...

  • - the Harvard music IQ test. - The Harvard thing.

  • So guys, feel free to also go on the website

  • and take the exam.

  • Test your musical IQ.

  • Depending on how good the test is,

  • it could be accurate or it could be inaccurate, right?

  • That's true.

  • Disclaimer,

  • I think this test is gonna be inaccurate anyway, so...

  • - I already know it. - And then you get, like,

  • - 100 percent, right? - Yeah, it's like, "Oh ****."

  • Alright it says here, "The experiment is being conducted

  • by researchers at Harvard University."

  • So it's an experiment.

  • Wait, look at the logo.

  • It's literally a brain, a treble clef, and a...

  • and the world.

  • Whoaaaa...

  • When your brain's in music,

  • you can make the world a better place.

  • That's right, guys!

  • Or you can take over the world. It depends.

  • Ling Ling's like,

  • "Ha ha."

  • "Been there, done that."

  • I have a feeling we might have to go separate rooms.

  • - Let's do that. I think it's safer. - Alright. Yeah, I think so.

  • - Alright, so we're gonna split into different rooms. - ...complete setup.

  • Alright!

  • Ooh.

  • I'm so ready.

  • I'm ready.

  • Let's go.

  • They're the same, so number 3 would be out.

  • Da da daandda da da

  • A tone versus a major third,

  • so the third one's out.

  • Three, three, three...

  • Number 3.

  • Aha...

  • Number 3!

  • Da da da

  • It should be a sixth, they did a seventh.

  • Three.

  • It's gotta be 3!

  • That was very, very obvious. Number 3.

  • Correct!

  • I think it's 3.

  • Come on, come on, come on... Ahh!!

  • All right, I'm gonna be fair.

  • Brett distracted me 'cause he started screaming.

  • But I think it was 1 that was out.

  • Number 2.

  • Number 1.

  • Um, I think number 1.

  • Damn.

  • Number 1 is out.

  • Number 2, yeah, I think.

  • Oh my god.

  • Number 1 was out.

  • The contour was different.

  • Number 3, I think.

  • Three.

  • Yo!!

  • I got them all right.

  • Ahh, so it's a rhythm one!

  • Alright, let's go.

  • Dragging a bit.

  • I feel like the second's more on time.

  • The second one.

  • Oh, that's tricky!

  • I don't know. I'm gonna go first.

  • Ohhh...

  • These are really hard. I'm still gonna go first.

  • I felt like the second was,

  • so maybe it's the first one. 'Cause, yeah.

  • I was right.

  • Wow, you really gotta focus.

  • Otherwise you just embarrass yourself like me.

  • First one, more on the beat.

  • No!

  • I don't know anymore.

  • Second one!

  • I think the first one.

  • Oh, sh -

  • Ahh, I knew it was first!

  • First one!

  • Second one for sure, if it's not I'm gonna

  • die.

  • Come on. Come on!

  • Second.

  • Ah, **** it.

  • Ughh!

  • I suck.

  • Ohh, this one you need perfect pitch, hey?

  • This will be embarrassing if I get this wrong.

  • 'Cause I got perfect pitch.

  • He's flat.

  • Number 1, he's flat.

  • I think the first one.

  • It was slightly flat.

  • In my opinion.

  • First one.

  • I know it was correct.

  • Just kidding.

  • That's out of tune.

  • That's even more out of tune!

  • I don't know if you guys can hear that,

  • but I think the second one was more out of tune.

  • It was a bit sharper.

  • He was sharp!

  • Second one.

  • They're both a bit out of tune mate, but...

  • They're both so out of tune.

  • This test is painful.

  • But I think the first one was more out of tune.

  • The first one, 'cause I feel like

  • that's what the examiners want.

  • Aw, come on.

  • Dude, it's getting harder!

  • Are you ****ing serious??

  • Oh, I pressed the wrong one!!

  • First one.

  • Dammit!

  • The second one's out of tune.

  • Second one's out of tune.

  • Second one's out of tune.

  • Holy moly!!

  • First one.

  • I feel like I should've focused more. I got too cocky.

  • Oh, I did so bad in that. I'm so ashamed of myself.

  • This so ****.

  • Noo!

  • Nooooo!!

  • Oi, Brett!

  • What?

  • Eddy: Did you get your results yet?

  • I'm doing it now. I ****ed up.

  • - Eddy: I ****ed it so bad! I got cocky. - Brett: Yeah!

  • Yeah, I got cocky, I was like,

  • - "Definitely this one! NO!!" - Yeah!

  • What is my score?

  • Eddy: Wait come here, come here.

  • I'm so triggered.

  • We're both so low!

  • **** it.

  • I completely ruined it.

  • - Melodic discrimination, I got 149. - I got 126.

  • - I failed that one. - I think that one...

  • was because perfect pitch,

  • - and I can hear... - I got the— I failed the last two.

  • - Yeah. - I was on a roll with this one.

  • The last one I got cocky.

  • But I'll also say one thing, though. Like...

  • Out of these three areas,

  • melodic discrimination is the only one

  • that you can objectively say.

  • - That's true! Yes. Yeah. - It's either the right notes,

  • - or the wrong notes. - Yeah. That's true.

  • But ****ing beat...

  • - ...alignment, and tuning. - And tuning.

  • - It's a bit... subjective. - It's...

  • I would argue as a musician,

  • if you do it 100% perfect, that's not music anyway.

  • - You're a robot. - Yeah.

  • It's like, sometimes people wanna play a little bit lower...

  • - It's expressive! - Expressive.

  • **** this.

  • This doesn't equate to musical taste.

  • Yeah.