Memory retention relating to our sense of hearing is very important for Karaoke

The human body has 5 senses, one of them being hearing. Memory retention relating to our sense of hearing is very important for Karaoke.
If you are not good at Karaoke, and sing it often, you might lack memory retention in connection with your hearing sense.
I asked 3 people who are not good at Karaoke and 3 additional people who are good at Karaoke, to listen to an original song three times. This original song is one they have never heard before. I then gave them the lyrics, and sang the song for them with music in the background.
The group who are good at Karaoke performed really well, singing the song from beginning to end consistently. I really felt that they were good at singing and performing Karaoke.
The group who are not good at Karaoke performed poorly. They displayed a slower tempo than the music, the key and pitch were way off from the original song. One participant even stopped singing half way through.
Next, I asked the group participants who are good at Karaoke to sing without accompaniment of the background music. The result was that they really duplicated singing the original song fairly well.
The group participants who are not good at Karaoke were also asked to perform the song without the background music. The result was that they had trouble remembering the lyrical rhythm, overall sound, pitch and speed. Their performance sounded bad and very different than the original song. When asked what happened, they claimed that the biggest setback was their memory. They couldn’t fully remember the song, stating that hearing the song three times wasn’t enough for them to memorize it.
From the above test study results, I conclude that people who are good at Karaoke have the ability to display naturally skilled memory retention in connection with their hearing sense.
I believe that memory retention for the hearing sense is inherently acquired. This ability depends on how much an individual is exposed to and involved with music starting at as early of an age as an infant, and continuing throughout their childhood years.
Be mindful that the status of a person’s hearing sense needs to be functioning properly to fully analyze memory retention connected to their hearing. Vibrating eardrums and transmission of sound to the brain are the basic factors of importance for memory retention of the hearing sense.

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