字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 C. C. C. Perfect pitch gang! Perfect pitch gang!!! Perfect pitch gang! That's right, where you at? Your non perfect pitch gang, yeah. Guess what? ♪ It's an A~! ♪ Guess what? Yeah, 40 hours every day. Today, we're going to help Brett develop perfect pitch. Oi Brett, what note is this? Oh, wait. F. Yeah. We'll check again at the end of the video. - *chuckles* - See if he's got perfect pitch. Pay F for respect, agh! How are we going to do that? Well, with the help of this... ...tutorial video. "Perfect pitch programming". They're literally gonna program it into my brain. - Wow. - Like code it. - Let's try. - Yeah. Alright, so this is a... ...one hour video, that we came across with 2.2 million views. You guys really want perfect pitch, don't you? You guys don't pay it out, but you guys all want it! Ohhh!!! F. F. F. F. F. *snickers* F. How do you fall asleep? *mimics digital note* "F!" What's gonna happen is, as we listen to this so Brett gets programmed... F. ...alright? To keep it interesting, we're going to read the comments... ...in this video. And while we read, subconsciously Brett's gonna be programmed. Ooh, C! We're born in the wrong generation! We have to listen to like Drake and Justin Bieber and Tiktok, - what about the one hour... - C. ...perfect pitch, tone programming song? Yes! I'm so proud of the perfect pitch gang. G. I'm proud of you. Yeah, what do people do? They just sit there and go... G. Is it working Brett? - Nah, I don't think so. - What note is this? D. D! Who thought of this? Just like, "You know what, just..." What is this background? - Why is—oh a bird just flew by. - Oh there's a...bird! Yeah! Like this is kind of... Like am I associating this note with... ...green and blue? Maybe. What's the next one gonna be? A. - A's got a duck. - A is ducks and a little river. Some cars in the background. Can I just say though, like... So I have perfect pitch, but I do know that I didn't always have it. I got it around...high school. Yeah, 'cause you're practicing. - And I remember practicing it. - Yeah. I remember there was a... 2-year window where I would get the note wrong. Sometimes I get a fifth off, and then eventually to a tone, and then a semitone, and then I got it. But whether I was naturally "gifted" to learn it, you know? - Or not? I don't know. - Yeah. I think that's bulls***, because they say you have to be a really young kid. But I only got it when I was at high school. - But, who knows, maybe it works. - Yeah. - F sharp. The perfect pitch party! - Oh!!! Perfect pitch party! - You can only be on the invite list, if you have perfect pitch. - Woo! - That's right! F sharp. - Oh... - F sharp. That was good. Dude, this is so epic. - I've never seen so much... - Sharp C. - ...nerdy musical humour in a... - Yeah. YouTube comment section. Ooh! - They had us in the first half. - Yeah, they had, yeah. What the f... Alright, calm down guys. I feel like I got some, you know, some Ling Ling... ...talent, genius came just listening to this. Dude, that sounds exactly the same. - Wait, did you see that? - No, I didn't. Um... Um... Bro, it's program, trust your programming. F sharp. *gasp* Almost! It's a G! Semitone off! You're now a lot better. Maybe let's watch for another 5 minutes. - And then... - And I'll be perfect! Flat B! Went from B flat to flat B. I'm trying to associate the words "B" and "flat". It's like hypnosis. Yeah. Does hypnosis work, guys? Can we be like, - B flat. - "Subscribe to TwoSet violin, - and watch all our videos, - Yeah. and share to all your friends... - "Share and like, please." - ...and like. Anti-perfect pitch. That would be dirty. - Or like they start right, but then... - Yeah. Once you've fallen asleep, 30 minutes in they change it. Ohh... - That's what I mean, man! - Yeah like, - "Ducks and C!" - *chuckles* He listened to it for 47 days. What...? Alright dude, I think we've been watching for like almost 20 minutes now. I don't know where we're at. Do you wanna test it? Yeah, here we go. Alright. This is the time. I'm gonna play three different notes. Oh god. And if you get... ...2 out of 3 correct, it officially works. Dude what the... ...f*** is that? Is it a duck or is it a lake? F sharp? Nah. E flat. - Oh, okay, - It's a tone... No, a tone and a half off. Okay. I'm losing it. Come on Brett, you can do this. - *sigh* - You gotta trust in the programming. A? Close! B flat. Ooh... - Semitone off. - Ooh... Alright, you gotta get one right. Last one. - Come on! - Come on, you got this. Come on, man! - You got this. - 1 hour perfect pitch programming! What the hell is that? Oh, wait, wait. C. Whoa!!! Programming! Woo!!! I'm so confused. Wait. Actually? Do you think the singing helps? I think the singing helped me. Wait, I wanna try another one. I'm actually so curious. Does the singing help? You gotta sing it. Let me recalibrate. You gotta say "Interesting!" I N T E R E S T I N G ! I N T E R E S T I N G ! B flat? - Nah, you didn't say "Interesting!" enough. - Oh. I N T E R E S T I N G ! I N T E R E S T I N G ! ! ! A flat. Yeah! Yeah. How did...what...what... Explain the process, what were you doing? I just guessed. No. *laughs* I had to associate the note with a song. With a piece. So this didn't even help. Yeah it doesn't help. But I think, as a musician that would make more sense anyway, - because... - Yeah, you gotta... - We're hearing our instruments so much anyway. - Yeah. You might as well associate it. You know, once you developed relative pitch, just pull the sound from a piece of music that you know— - And then you can work it out. - Yeah. Maybe—I don't know. Maybe if you listened to it for 47 days, but who the f... Who's gonna listen for 47 days? I know! After 47 days, you're gonna throw someone's car off the bridge! Oh, we need to... We need to uh, contribute to this beautiful comments section. - What should we write? - Oh yeah, we should comment! - Yeah! - Like... "Wow, this worked so well, I finally have perfect pitch. From Brett." Yeah!!! Typing it right now. Alright, we just commented. Make sure to hit like and subscribe. Otherwise, you'll be hearing an F sharp, for an hour every night, when you sleep. Not quite.