I hear one thing and can't even begin to believe that anyone could hear something else.
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Posted 15 May 2018 - 05:05 PM
Listening on headphones, I heard "Yanny" over and over, and eventually forced myself to hear "Laurel" a couple of times. Yanny is in a higher pitch, Laurel sounds like a computer burping the word. And I was still hearing Yanny while hearing Laurel, so it sounded more like "Yaurel."
Posted 15 May 2018 - 08:01 PM
Posted 16 May 2018 - 03:24 AM
I guess this makes sense, right, hearing is a much more arbitrary sense even than vision, and the individual phones of language are all relative patterns, so I've actually wondered before why especially an isolated phone is distinguishable at all. And I've seen those videos where a given word has an initial consonant that will sound unambiguously like one of two or three if you can see the speaker's lips or there's a subtitle to prime it, but the same audio will be any one of those two or three. I can't remember what that effect is called, though. = /
When I first play the audio after not listening to it for a bit I can hear the more nasal voice saying "Yanny" or part of it the first time, but my brain quickly jumps to hearing the lower-register voice saying "Laurel" and doesn't let go of it.
Yeah it's both.
Ironbite-layered on top of one another.
If you're actually hearing both possible readings at the same time, that's extra fascinating! = o
Shouldn't gravity be doing something?
Of course there's a figure of Rodimus as some kind of animal girl. Why would I be surprised by this?
Posted 16 May 2018 - 03:26 AM
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