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 hope to the karaoke-challenged.
- Dr. Psyche Loui, Assistant Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience, Wesleyan University
- Dr. Dominique Vuvan, post-doctoral fellow, International Laboratory for Brain, Music and Sound Research
- Dr. Steven Demorest, Professor of Music Education, Northwestern University