Eddy: Here you go. Premium oolong tea. Brett: Aw, thank you. Cheers. Eddy: Mmm. That’s an F. Did you know that? Eddy: Did you know? It’s an F. mmm. Eddy: Could you tell? *Brett blowing bottle* Eddy: B. mmm. B. Eddy: ah ah. Eddy: F. Well, the first one was an F. The second one was slightly out of… Eddy: You know what note that is? *MRT beeping* Eddy: Da da da. It’s a B! *Brett slams the pillow* Eddy: That’s an E flat. Brett: Well, guess what pitch this is! Eddy: Ahh!! Brett: It’s a G, G, G, G! Eddy: Actually, it’s an F sharp! Eddy: Ahh!!
Brett: G! G! Brett: What’s this piece again? It sounds so familiar. Eddy: It’s clearly Beethoven style and the key is clearly F major. Eddy: We all can tell that it’s F major, right? So this F major – symphony beethoven’s clearly symphony number six. Eddy: Logic Eddy: I think you should learn this piece.
Brett: Yeah, okay. Brett: Let me try. Da.. Da.. Na.. Na.. Na.. Eddy: The first note’s an A. Eddy: D! Eddy: Isn’t that obvious? Can’t you hear? Brett: Yeah… Yeah… I can try. Eddy: G! Oh my god.
Brett: G Sharp? Eddy: Noo… G natural! Eddy: Can’t you hear anything? Brett: More like can’t you hear you sound like someone with no friends? Brett: So recently I read that number one cause of heart attacks is not diet or smoking, but in fact it’s genetics. Eddy: Whoa. Eddy: You know, speaking of genetics, do you think perfect pitch is genetics? Eddy: or can it be trained? because for as long as I can remember I think I’ve had perfect pitch. Eddy: But, also vaguely remember training it… So, I don’t know. Am I just born with it? Eddy: What’s wrong? Is everything okay? Brett: My girlfriend broke up with me! My boyfriend broke up with me! Brett: My friend was in a car crash – it’s too much… Eddy: Yes, but… Do they have perfect pitch? Brett: They don’t. Eddy: Then, it doesn’t matter.
Brett: That’s right. Eddy: Hey, let’s play a game. It’s called “Guess what note this is”. *Eddy hums note* Brett: G
Eddy: Nah! It’s an E flat. But, good try. I am sure you will get there one day. *Eddy hums happily*