Poor pitch singing could be a matter of the tune in your head

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Sub-vocalization, the silent, preparatory muscle movements of the face and larynx that result when singers run a song through their heads prior to vocalizing, could be nudging them out of tune, according to researchers. Their recently published study for the first time presents evidence suggesting a relationship among sub-vocalization, auditory imagery and poor pitch singing.

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