Please just help us out here.
There's an audio clip going around the internet that is causing people to hear "Yanny" or "Laurel".
Nobody can tell if this recording says "Yanny" or "Laurel".
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I, however, continue to hear "Laurel". "Yanny" can clearly be heard when the pitch is lowered, and "Laurel" can be heard when the pitch is raised. "There is no N sound".
The internet went into a frenzy Tuesday (May 15) when a four-second audio clip went viral of a man's voice-but people can't agree whether he's saying "laurel" or "yanny". In an attempt to create some sort of control setting, we placed a set of headphones on Madison Mills, a member of our video team, and played the video without her knowing anything about what to expect.
- There's a new debate taking over social media and it's not about what you can see, it's about what you can hear.
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Either way, it's pretty insane that the person sitting beside you might be hearing something completely different than you hear!
Turn the volume up/down to hear each version.
Moreover, some people have added to the confusion by somehow saying they can hear both.
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