Maybe a little color blind, but not tone deaf. Or so says a medical research-based Flash application. In fact, I scored 83.3% correct in my
guesses careful assessments of the differences or non-differences in tone between two consecutive musical phrases.
From the results page:
The test is purposefully made very hard, so excellent musicians rarely score above 80% correct.
Don’t hate me because I’m musically superior. Hate me because I’m lucky.