Hat Posted February 13, 2011 Share Posted February 13, 2011 No, it's the truth. Maybe aptitude would be a better word. some people will be able to play well with little training, others will never play well no matter how hard they try. And what are you basing this truth on? Singing is no different than talking in a certain tone. What makes a good voice? Well, first off, singing the right key, tone and pitch. And any person who isn't totally tone deaf(which is very rare) can learn to tell the difference between these things. I myself have a very bad ear for pitch and tone when it comes to my own voice. I had an awful voice a year ago, but have improved a lot. But, what else is there about singing? Technique. Vibrato=very possible for every person to learn. And there, right tone and pitch, and then some vibrato, and you have an acceptable singing voice. I could go in on breath support, runs, blending and all kinds of techniques, but fact is, nothing stops a person from becoming good at it. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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