Morgan831 Posted January 9, 2020 Share Posted January 9, 2020 Hello, I am 21 years old. I don't want to brag, but I've always been a good singer--I've won competitions and have been praised for my singing for all of my life. However, after a loud alarm blasted in my ear I noticed a change in my singing. I started hearing double--like there are two voices singing at once when I sing--and my ability to match pitch has suffered greatly. Now when I record myself singing I tend to be flat. I've never had a problem matching pitch before, and this severely distressing to me since I am in school for music and had every intention of being a professional singer. I've been told this by my vocal coach and anyone else listening to me singing, and I am devastated because this is what I was supposed to do with my life. This has been going on for a month. Is there anything I can do to retrain myself to sing on pitch? I suffer from low-frequency hearing loss, which my audiologist says is difficult to impossible to correct with hearing aids. My vocal coach doesn't really have any ideas. Is there anyone here that has suffered from a similar type of hearing loss, or that has any tips on how to fix this? Thanks. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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