ToneTester
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ToneTester is a Mac application that tests hearing. Specifically, it looks for offsets in how each of a person's ears hears pitch (the formal term for this is "binaural diplacusis" or "interaural pitch difference"). To use it, you adjust a slider until your ears hear the same pitch, and then ToneTester tells you the actual pitch difference.
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Intel/PPC, Mac OS X 10.2 or later



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blaiddwyn commented on 22 Jan 2006
generates alternating left-right tones, rather than continuous tones (producing binaural beats) which i had rather expected... great idea though - give it a twirl
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matt21 reviewed on 09 Dec 2005
Wow! Just discovered I consistently hear a semi-tone higher in my right ear. I'm a musician and I had no idea. I know it's my ears and not ToneTester because switching headphones around made no difference in the results. Weird, man.
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Downloads:3,653
Version Downloads:2,571
Type:Home Personal : Health and Fitness
License:Free
Date:09 Dec 2005
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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ToneTester is a Mac application that tests hearing. Specifically, it looks for offsets in how each of a person's ears hears pitch (the formal term for this is "binaural diplacusis" or "interaural pitch difference"). To use it, you adjust a slider until your ears hear the same pitch, and then ToneTester tells you the actual pitch difference.


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