Some people believe they cannot sing and they are “pitch-deaf”. The truth is that, while not everybody has the natural gift of song, we all can produce a sound and have the ability to learn how to do it.
After some research, I have found that people who cannot sing is because they haven’t trained their voices accordingly. They don’t have good control of their vocal muscles or they haven’t been exposed to music during their life.
Singing has positive physical, mental, emotional, and social benefits:
Mental and emotional:
There are different techniques to teach you how to use your voice as an instrument. For example, you can practice matching pitches with a piano or on a computer until you hit the right notes, sing vowels with your jaw open or point your chin slightly down to sound better. The most that you practice, the better you get!
It doesn’t matter if you want to sing for yourself or in front of people, if you like singing do not give up and practice, that’s the key!
This post was written by Carolina Vazquez.