Many people sing badly and think they’re tone deaf, but a surprisingly low proportion of them truly can’t tell one note from another.
A noted university professor who became a quadriplegic in a bicycle accident discusses her constant pain and the way it changes life.
Synopsis: Millions of people can't carry a tune when they sing and believe they're tone deaf. However, most simply have trouble matching tones when they sing and would benefit from more practice. To the truly tone deaf person, all pitches sound alike. No amount of practice would help. Experts discuss the concept and offer … Continue reading 15-13 Story 1: Tone Deafness