• The original Laurel vs. Yanny audio definitely says 'Laurel' - and here's the proof

    3 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    An audio analysis shows that the viral audio recording says "laurel."
    The viral version is distorted so that it could sound like either "yanny" or "laurel" depending on the frequency.
    The original version from Vocabulary.com shows no such distortion.
    The person who recorded it probably has speakers that distorted the audio.
    The internet has been torn asunder for the past day over whether an audio recording , which originated from the user RolandCamry on Reddit , says "laurel" or "yanny." The debate has already inspired countless memes .
    As it turns out, the recording can sound like either...
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  • The Internet can't decide if this recording says 'Yanny' or 'Laurel' - what do you hear?

    The Internet can't decide if this recording says 'Yanny' or 'Laurel' - what do you hear?

    3 monthes ago - By Business Insider


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  • You can literally watch the Laurel-Yanny debate spread around the world in 24 hours

    3 monthes ago - By Fast Company

    Talkwalker says it measured some 746,500 Laurel-Yanny mentions in the last 24 hours.
    Unless you have just emerged from a very long nap, you probably know that a salient acoustic debate set social media ablaze last night, as people argued furiously over whether a snippet of audio produced the word “Laurel” or “Yanny.”
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  • 22 of the funniest tweets about The Great Laurel or Yanny Debate of 2018

    22 of the funniest tweets about The Great Laurel or Yanny Debate of 2018

    3 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    People are torn over whether an audio recording says "Yanny" or "Laurel."
    It's both, but the debate has led to a lot of great tweets. Check them out below.
    On Tuesday, the internet was torn in two. In dispute, was a humble audio recording. Does it say "Laurel" or does it say "Yanny"?
    The answer, a technical analysis of the audio proved , was both. Each word is being said at a different frequency, and various people hear it differently.
    That didn't stop people from losing their minds on Twitter. Here are the 22 best tweets about the Yanny-or-Laurel debate.
    Celebrities are mostly siding with...
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