Tigers Players Debate Whether Sound Says Laurel or Yanny

Tigers Players Debate Whether Sound Says Laurel or Yanny

Tigers Players Debate Whether Sound Says Laurel or Yanny

Why are people hearing two different things?

Do you hear "Laurel" or "Yanny"?

Some speculated that the differences might be related to hearing loss or the age of the listener.

But I must know, what do you hear?

Story analyzed the acoustic features of the words "Yanny" and "Laurel".

The viral tweet posted by Feldman was actually taken from a post on Reddit, as she has explained. The "ya" and "la" sounds that start the two words are similar and so are the ending sounds, he said.

CGTN's Audrey Siek and Jim Spellman went around the newsroom to get to the bottom of the sound, and figure out just which word was right: Yanny or Laurel?

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"But not only that, the brains themselves can be wired very differently to interpret speech", he says.

Audiologist Dr Bill Vass told ABC Canberra it could be like a high-pitched mosquito ringtone school students use, which can usually only be heard by people under 25 years old - making it inaudible to many teachers.

Some have said the speakers used have something to do what an individual hears.

She provides another example. First, listen to this noisy clip and see if you can hear a sentence. Amid the background noise, you're able to focus on what your dining partner is saying.

It can also depend on what you're listening to the clip on and where you're listening, McCreery said.

"We all perceive the world a little differently based on our experiences", she says.

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