It is common knowledge that it is impossible to become a successful musician without a good ear for music. There's an opinion that the ability to perceive a wide range of musical sounds doesn't necessarily need to be inherent, it can be developed. Some people believe that it's true, others claim that a musical ear can't be trained, it is something that the lucky ones get from birth.
In my opinion, it's not necessary to be born with a music talent, you can work on your music ear and develop it. Firstly, I'm convinced that any skill can be developed with practice. The more experience you have, the better your skills are, and I don't see why recognising notes, tones, intervals, etc. is any different. Secondly, it's been proven that interval recognition is all about training. According to the article in Scientific American magazine, no one has it inherent.
However, there are people who disagree.
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Music theory and playing instruments is something that can be taught and trained, while ear for music is like a talent: there either is one, or simply isn't.
I disagree with the opposing opinion. I don't believe that there's such thing as talent. I think that you can develop a skill only by complete dedication, regular practice and hard-work.
All in all, I believe that if you truly have a wish to develop a certain skill (perception of a wide range of musical sounds is no exception), all you need is dedication and consistency.
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