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Smart Living Laurel or Yanny? This audio clip is driving the internet crazy

04:45  16 may  2018
04:45  16 may  2018 Source:   ftw.usatoday.com

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There’s an audio clip going around the internet that is causing people to hear “ Yanny ” or “ Laurel .” Looking back at that crazy Halloween night in 2009.

“ Yanny ” or “ Laurel ”: the audio clip that’s tearing the internet apart. Can Silence Actually Drive You Crazy ?

Getty © Getty Getty Remember the dress that people either thought was gold and white or black and blue? This is similar to that - but even more maddening.

There's an audio clip going around the internet that is causing people to hear "Yanny" or "Laurel." When I listen to it, I clearly hear "Laurel" and believed that anyone hearing the other option was a troll. You may hear something different.

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OK, now that you've determined what you hear in the video above and have asked those around you what they hear and maybe had minor fights about it and screamed in their faces about how they're wrong, here's a video from Nerd It Up that sort of explains why:

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Do you hear ' Laurel ' or ' Yanny '? Audio debate has the internet buzzing. I have listened to the yanny / laurel clip for 8 hours straight and the results are: Yanny : 14400 Laurel : 0 Take that laurel hearers # yanny # laurel .

The internet is currently divided by people who hear the word “ Yanny ” and those who hear “ Laurel Most people are insistent that the word they hear is the right one and everyone else is crazy , while a Twitter user Steve Pomeroy played with the pitch and included links to the audio clip when it’s sped

Basically, if you change the pitch, you should be able to hear both.

This is still extremely weird. Does anyone else's brain hurt?


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