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Wannabe maestros, listen up.

A mood-stabilizing drug can help you achieve perfect pitch – the ability to identify any note you hear without inferring it from a reference note.

Since this is a skill that is usually acquired only early in life, the discovery is the first evidence that it may be possible to revert the human brain to a childlike state, enabling us to treat disorders and unlock skills that are difficult, if not impossible (ACCORDING to the article – well, I suppose their tried and didn’t succeed? – Thanos Ermilios started learning music in his late 20s and no he was not born in 1920…), to acquire beyond a certain age. (1)

This is 2014: What is not EASY, we do with drugs.

Laziness is our middle name.

Beethoven WHO?

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