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Discussion in 'General Off Topic' started by Bill2541, May 16, 2018.
I hear laurel, wife hears yanny. Guess the higher tones are hard to hear fo me.
But then again,
Ellen and I like the same thing!
Played it for my four year old daughter and she said “Laurel”.
Edit: I put it up to my ear and heard laurel. Now, I hear both. Most of fam heard laurel from the beginning.
Y’all crazy. If you hear Laurel your supposed to go check yourself in the mental ward. Seriously, I read it on the internet
Laurel every time
There are 3 tracks for this, it may change tracks between plays.
Aren't you the guy who saw the pink shoe ? How can we trust your hearing ?
Sounds like "so what, who cares," to me. And then, the next time, it's more like, "I am Iron Man." I'm sure it's Ozzy.
I can't decide.
There are some good writeups on this on the net. It seems that this was recorded right at a frequency shift point. What you hear is dependent on a combination of your hearing and the speakers you are listening to. If the track is slowed down (i.e. frequency shifts down) you hear Yanni more clearly. If the track is sped up and the frequency shifts up you hear Laurel. People with high-frequency hearing loss will be more likely to hear Yanni.
Wait, you mean we're not supposed to hear Yoko Ono fighting a cat in an alley?
I have high frequency hearing loss and all I hear is Laurel.
I was thinking this also. Last I knew I had about 30% hearing loss both ears. In the hearing test both after about 2-3 tones I’m guessing .