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Ask the average person in the street to sing for you and they’ll say “Nope, I can’t sing, I’m tone deaf!” Sound familiar? What’s funny is that even passionate musicians, from amateur to professional, will tell you this! http://www.musicalityunleashed.com
We treat singing like an innate part of us, something you’ve either got or you don’t.
And I understand why you’d think that because singing is an innate part of us, it’s the most natural of musical activities.
BUT real tone deafness is extremely rare – 98% of those who consider themselves tone deaf or unable to sing actually just haven’t yet trained their ears and their voice.
If you were truly tone deaf you wouldn’t be able to tell one note from another, and all music would sound like a drone.
And if you were truly incapable of singing then you also wouldn’t be able to change your pitch when speaking and every sentence you spoke would sound like a monotone robot.
So singing is possible for you – and this is extremely important, whether you aspire to be “a singer” or not, because for any kind of musician your singing voice is the most powerful tool you have to train your ears and unlock your inner musicality.
There are two parts to singing: your voice and your ears. And both can be trained so that you can understand and reproduce pitch.
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