You've Always Wondered This: The Reason Your Voice Sounds Different When Recorded
Sep 11, 2013 01:27
It goes without saying that you sound different to yourself, when hearing your own voice straight from your mouth to hearing it when it's recorded. But why is that exactly?
When you hear you voice, you hear a contribution which comes from vibrations passing through your skull. But all that changes when you record your voice. That's right. That's exactly how you sound like... to other people. Check out the video: [YouTube]
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