How musical are you?


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A very interesting test indeed and one which can be used by scientists for further studies
who devised the test. It will take about half an hour for you to complete.


  • With the test you can uncover your five factors of musicality

  1. Enthusiasm for music (Understand the general importance of music in your daily life)
  2. Emotional connection (Find out just how deeply music affects your mood and feelings)
  3. Musical perception (Identify how good you are at understanding the mechanics of music)
  4. Musical curiosity (Appreciate how open you are to new musical genres and experiences)
  5. Social creativity (Discover your skills at making music and joining in with others)

  • Test your sense of rhythm and pitch (Simple easy tests)
  • Your musical ability scores would be tabulated after you do the tests.




How musical are you?


:dance::dance::dance::dance::dance:
 
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Two of the clips were almost just crackles.








I had to listen for a while, then tapped. They judged on the whole piece and expected you to tap from the get go. Not quite fair in my opinion. I am pretty lousy at the beat as I like to listen to the quirky parts of the tunes.








Blimey. I am shocked at that one.





Yeah maybe I am skint and live in the sticks an I'm an anti-social git. They never thought of that did they.



All in all a very interesting experiment. Same as all questionnaires though some of the Q's just do not fit quite right.

Cheers Quad. :thumb:
 

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Abarbarian,

Great that you posted your results, I will do the same. :)

I was like you a bit confused with the tapping test as well, as for the clips for the genre I think they were too short, but that is me. those who devised the test probably know better I guess. All in all we have to prove nothing to nobody, but it sure was a fun test I must say.
 

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Abarbarian,

Great that you posted your results, I will do the same. :)

I was like you a bit confused with the tapping test as well, as for the clips for the genre I think they were too short, but that is me. those who devised the test probably know better I guess. All in all we have to prove nothing to nobody, but it sure was a fun test I must say.
So where was the Classical genre ? I did not think they were too short just that a couple were crackly and you could not make out what they were.
I thought my first group were Classical not pop :lol:

I smoked too much off the funny stuff all me life so I doubt I will make a decent musician. Guess I'll have to specialise in sycophantic jazz with a twist :dance:
 

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Here is what I did as far as the test were concerned:


 

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Neither of us are going to be songwriters or composers then 26% :cheers:
That is so true :lol:

The reason for low scores is because we neither play any instrument nor we participate in public gatherings singing. I guess this would be the case for many. However those who play instruments on a regular basis may score high in this segment. We will see how others do if and when they post their results. :)
 

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That is so true :lol:

The reason for low scores is because we neither play any instrument nor we participate in public gatherings singing. I guess this would be the case for many. However those who play instruments on a regular basis may score high in this segment. We will see how others do if and when they post their results. :)
'ey up I beg to differ. I can play a sax ( maybe not very well but I can make notes in two octaves) :p
 

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'ey up I beg to differ. I can play a sax ( maybe not very well but I can make notes in two octaves) :p
Oops, you sure do. I forgot you did mention it in the beginning of the other thread that you bought a sax. My bad :(
 
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