The co-author of this article is Annabeth Novitzki. Annabeth Nowitzki is a private Texas music teacher. She received a bachelor's degree in music from Carnegie Mellon University in 2004 and a master's degree in music in vocal art at the University of Memphis in 2012.
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You may sing in the shower or in the car like a rock star, but sometimes it’s difficult to objectively evaluate your own vocal abilities. It turns out that evaluating yourself is quite realistic if you learn to listen and hear correctly. Record yourself on the recorder and pay attention to the tone, pitch and ability to control the voice. The good news is that almost everyone can learn to sing well. Follow simple guidelines to develop your vocal abilities.