Voice Software for Singing Helps Those with Poor Head Anatomy
Voice software for singing has been shown to train singers with pitch problems to sing on pitch. A small percentage of lucky singers are born with a head anatomy that enables them to correctly hear their own voice when they sing. However, most singers are born with head anatomy that is problematic for being able to hear their own voice accurately. When we hear someone else sing, the sound travels out of their mouth and through the air to our eardrums. The problem with head anatomy is that when we talk or speak, the primary sound waves travel from our vocal chords through the bone, tissue and cavities of our head to reach our eardrums.
Voice software for singing helps compensate or this problem by training singers to sing on pitch. Most singers can learn and develop a reasonably good ear for listening to other singers. The trick is to entrain the brain to sing on pitch using singing software. The singing software provides visual bio feedback in real time so the singer begins making corrections immediately. While most of a singers hearing input is through their head, a small amount comes from reflections of their voice in the room. The current theory is that singing software trains the singer to focus more on the sound coming their ears from the outside rather than from the inside.
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