Many people are accused of being tone deaf but
what is tone deafness exactly and is there a cure for tone
deafness? Well strictly speaking, there is no such thing as
tone deafness! So you needn't worry if anyone ever accuses
you of being tone deaf. In fact what people really mean when
they talk about tone deafness is that you are unable to
distinguish between pitches.
Of course the question remains, whether or not there is a
cure for "pitch deafness" - or tone deafness? Well although you
may not be able to produce a sound that is right on key, you
should be able to develop your mental ear sufficiently to tell
whether one note is higher or lower compared with another note.
This is the first step to curing your "tone deafness". You must
be able to hear the differences between pitches before you can
correctly sing them.
Often people will sing along to a song, but not even sing
the right notes, although the song is playing at the same time.
Your goal in the beginning should not be to harmonize however.
It should be to sing exactly the same pitch as the one you
hear. Then you can work on understanding your voice and how to
get it perfectly in tune.