Can some people naturally not sing?

The study found that between 40 and 62 percent of non-musicians were bad singers, a much higher rate than that shown in previous research. It also found that approximately 20 percent of people can't sing accurately because they don't have good control of their vocal muscles. The element that causes some people to sing well and others to sing poorly are problems with pitch accuracy, also known as intonation. Pitch can be understood as the “sharpness” of a voice; the higher the pitch, the sharper and more strident the voice sounds.

Those who do are probably born with a great singing voice. Many genetic factors play a role in determining what the vocal cords will look like. In addition, the exact shape and size of the body's natural resonators, such as the mouth, throat and nasal cavities, will also play an important role in determining what your natural singing voice sounds like. No matter how much practice you have or how good your vocal coach is, there's no guarantee that you can win Eurovision.

The fact is that some people are just born with a great natural singing voice. The shape and size of your vocal cords influence this, but so do the measurements of your mouth, throat and nasal cavities. These are the body's natural resonators, meaning they can help improve the tone and intensity of the voice. This is what creates the distinctive nasal tone of some country music stars and the softer voice of Marilyn Monroe, for example.

You may not be able to control the natural tone of your voice, but you can adjust the style using certain resonance cameras in your body. For example, if you want your voice to have a luminous quality, try directing the vibrations to the back of your mouth. To support the loving side of the plot, I've seen some people who couldn't match the tone when they sang reach a point where they could sing quite complicated things after a couple of semesters of voice lessons. Regardless of whether you're trained to sing or not, most people could identify the song you're singing, even if you're not singing particularly well.

Latisha Ruppenthal
Latisha Ruppenthal

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