Tone Deafness: A Broken Brain?

This 2013 article in the Atlantic states: "People who are tone deaf -- unable to hear differences in pitch and tone -- aren't just awful singers. At the most extreme, they're unable to perceive music, period." This may sound a little harsh, but it reflects common attitudes to those of us with tin ears.

Tone Deafness: A Broken Brain? - The Atlantic:


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