Tone deaf? Why you can still hit the right notes

Professor Sarah Wilson was interviewed by Val McFarlane for Pursuit on congenital amusia for a story titled Tone Deaf? Why you can still hit the right notes.

Tone deafness, also known as amusia, is a recognised condition that means someone cannot distinguish between different pitches or tones in music, and cannot hear that their voice isn’t rising and falling with the melody when singing. However, this doesn't mean those with congenital amusia can't enjoy music.

Professor Sarah Wilson was interviewed by Val McFarlane for Pursuit on the neuroscience underpinning how people with congenital amusia can continue to enjoy music.

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