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Pitch Perfect is a minigame mode from Wii Music where players have to answer a series of questions about music, such as what Mii played the lowest note or what Mii played the incorrect note. In Multiplayer, players are picked at random to answer a question. There are a total of 8 levels in Pitch Perfect and when you beat them all, you unlock the Music Room stage. If you forget the instructions, you can press - to repeat them. All types of questions except for one involve dragging Mii/s or a group of Miis to platform/s near the bottom of the screen.

List of questions in Pitch Perfect

  • Pick up the Mii that has the same pitch as the speaker, then put it on the platform/Which Mii has the same pitch as the speaker?
  • Put the pair that have the same pitch on the platforms/Which pair has the same pitch?
  • Pick up the Mii with the highest pitch, then put it on the platform/Which Mii has the highest pitch?
  • Pick up the Mii with the lowest pitch, then put it on the platform
  • Put the tune with this feeling on the platform/Which tune fits this feeling? (Eg. I found the perfect pair of glasses!)
  • Pick up the Mii playing the incorrect note, then place it on the platform/Which Mii is playing an incorrect note? (It then plays a short loop of a song, with one instrument playing a wrong note)
  • Pick up the two Miis that make the two part harmony, then place them on the platforms
  • Pick up Miis, then place them on platforms from low to high pitch from left to right/Line up the Miis from lowest to highest pitch from left to right
  • Grab Miis and move them left or right to create the melody heard from the speaker/Move Miis around to create the same melody as the one played from the speaker
  • Make a three-part harmony that matches the speaker
  • Make a four-part harmony that matches the speaker

Questions asked in Pitch Perfect

Level 1

  1. Pick up the Mii that has the same pitch as the speaker, then put it on the platform
  2. Pick up the Mii that has the same pitch as the speaker, then put it on the platform
  3. Put the pair that have the same pitch on the platforms
  4. Pick up the Mii with the highest pitch, then put it on the platform
  5. Pick up the Mii with the highest/lowest pitch, then put it on the platform
  6. Put the tune with this feeling on the platform
  7. Pick up the Mii playing the incorrect note, then place it on the platform
  8. Pick up the two Miis that make the two part harmony, then place them on the platforms
  9. Pick up Miis, then place them on platforms from low to high pitch from left to right
  10. Grab Miis and move them left or right to create the melody heard from the speaker

Level 2

  1. Which Mii has the same pitch as the speaker?
  2. Which Mii has the same pitch as the speaker?
  3. Which pair has the same pitch?
  4. Which Mii has the highest/lowest pitch?
  5. Which Mii has the highest/lowest pitch?
  6. Which tune fits this feeling?
  7. Which Mii is playing an incorrect note?
  8. Make a three-part harmony that matches the speaker
  9. Line up the Miis from lowest to highest pitch from left to right
  10. Move Miis around to create the same melody as the one played from the speaker

Level 3

  1. Which Mii has the same pitch as the speaker?
  2. Which Mii has the same pitch as the speaker?
  3. Which pair has the same pitch?
  4. Which Mii has the highest/lowest pitch?
  5. Which Mii has the highest/lowest pitch?
  6. Which tune fits this feeling?
  7. Which Mii is playing an incorrect note?
  8. Make a three-part harmony that matches the speaker
  9. Line up the Miis from lowest to highest pitch from left to right
  10. Move Miis around to create the same melody as the one played from the speaker

Level 4

  1. Which Mii has the same pitch as the speaker?
  2. Which Mii has the same pitch as the speaker?
  3. Which pair has the same pitch?
  4. Which Mii has the highest/lowest pitch?
  5. Which Mii has the highest/lowest pitch?
  6. Which tune fits this feeling?
  7. Which Mii is playing an incorrect note?
  8. Make a three-part harmony that matches the speaker
  9. Line up the Miis from lowest to highest pitch from left to right
  10. Move Miis around to create the same melody as the one played from the speaker

Level 5

  1. Which Mii has the same pitch as the speaker?
  2. Which Mii has the same pitch as the speaker?
  3. Which pair has the same pitch?
  4. Which Mii has the highest/lowest pitch?
  5. Which Mii has the highest/lowest pitch?
  6. Which tune fits this feeling?
  7. Which Mii is playing an incorrect note?
  8. Make a three-part harmony that matches the speaker
  9. Line up the Miis from lowest to highest pitch from left to right
  10. Move Miis around to create the same melody as the one played from the speaker

Level 6

  1. Which Mii has the same pitch as the speaker?
  2. Which Mii has the same pitch as the speaker?
  3. Which pair has the same pitch?
  4. Which Mii has the highest/lowest pitch?
  5. Which Mii has the highest/lowest pitch?
  6. Which tune fits this feeling?
  7. Which Mii is playing an incorrect note?
  8. Make a three-part harmony that matches the speaker
  9. Line up the Miis from lowest to highest pitch from left to right
  10. Move Miis around to create the same melody as the one played from the speaker

Level 7

  1. Which Mii has the same pitch as the speaker?
  2. Which pair has the same pitch?
  3. Which Mii has the highest/lowest pitch?
  4. Which Mii is playing an incorrect note?
  5. Line up the Miis from lowest to highest pitch from left to right
  6. Which tune fits this feeling?
  7. Make a three-part harmony that matches the speaker
  8. Make a four-part harmony that matches the speaker
  9. Move Miis around to create the same melody as the one played from the speaker
  10. Move Miis around to create the same melody as the one played from the speaker

Level 8

  1. Which Mii has the same pitch as the speaker?
  2. Which pair has the same pitch?
  3. Which Mii has the highest/lowest pitch?
  4. Which Mii is playing an incorrect note?
  5. Line up the Miis from lowest to highest pitch from left to right
  6. Which tune fits this feeling?
  7. Make a three-part harmony that matches the speaker
  8. Make a four-part harmony that matches the speaker
  9. Move Miis around to create the same melody as the one played from the speaker
  10. Move Miis around to create the same melody as the one played from the speaker

Trivia

  • Sebastian Tute will always ask you to guess what note he played (either do, mi or sol) when you select Pitch Perfect from the main menu. However, there is no way to answer it and he'll tell you the answer shortly after asking you.
  • Pitch Perfect is set in the Music Room Stage.
  • When you complete Level 4 of this game, you unlock "Super Mario Bros."
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