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Are Some Singers Really Tone Deaf | Learn How To Sing In Tune – Vocal Myths Exposed


Are Some Singers Really Tone Deaf | Learn How to Sing In Tune —
Have you been told you are tone deaf? Have you ever heard a terrible singer and wondered how they could sing so out of tune? Singing out of tune or off key is one of the main reasons beginning singers sound bad. Seattle Vocal Coach, Valerie White Williams, explains how and why some beginners struggle with tone deafness and how singers can learn to match pitch and sing in tune. Everyone can learn to match pitch when they learn to feel an inner sensation by feeling the vibration of the pitch inside their body and head.

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