What do you think? I'm only asking because recently I've had an episode where I was listening to my track, and suddenly the sine wave I had went off pitch by a few cents. Now I know 3 hours before this occured, I listened to the beat and nothing was off. Everything was played in the correct key, no off notes. Me thinking it was just my beat, I went back into FL and tried to see if I made a mistake, and I didn't. So I'm like Alright, cool. I go in and check a radio ready song (Avant - Lie About Us) And strangely enough, the notes started to slide off pitch by a few cents and I could hear them clearly sliding off key. Right now I'm bugging, I run downstairs and I star playing on my old casio keyboard, and sure enough, the notes continued to bend and shift. (Urb probably remembers that, I was in the chat and I left because I thougth something was wrong with my head lmao). The next day, everyhing was back to normal but now when I press down on the F key on the keyboard, I hear this slightly extra twangy sound, it rings out more than the other notes. So I do a test, I close my eyes and hit random notes (staccato like so I don't know my location on the piano). With each note, I shake my head no; and no until I randomnly hit the F key, and when I do; I confirm that its an F key. Surely enough, when I open my eyes, my finger was on the F KEy I ain't sayin' I got perfect pitch, but I do believe I'm developing some form of it. Now, do you believe you can attain perfect pitch? I've done research and I've read that babies have a higher chance at getting perfect pitch. From Newborns to about the age of 6. Do you think it's possible to attain perfect pitch through dedicated training?