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Prior research has suggested that absolute pitch (AP) listeners could clearly tell a note of particular pitch in the absence of a reference note. The present study aims at exploring the melody memory by different AP processors such as clear AP, borderline AP and non-AP processors under various types of melody (close-relationship transposed melody, distant-relationship transposed melody and non-transposed melody). That is, the effects of absolute pitch on melody memory depend on whether thedoi:10.12677/ap.2012.24028 fatcat:hxs4cwpwpbevhpcnevzloscx5a