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Saturday, October 4, 2014

Why Your Voice Sounds Different to You Than It Does to Others

"Do I really sound like that?" That is the question that you will hear many students ask the first they hear themselves on an audio recording. It takes time to get accustomed to hearing your own voice on a recording because it sounds different to you than it does when you're simply hearing yourself talk. A recent episode of SciShow explained why our voices sound different to us than they do to others.


Applications for Education
The next time you have students recording a podcast through a service like AudioBoom and they ask, "do I really sound like that?" tell them yes and create a little science lesson out of the SciShow video.