"If you have a low quality of recording, it's not surprising some people would confuse the second and third resonances flipped around and hear Yanny instead of Laurel", said Story.
When the pitch is turned down 30% you'll hear Yanny, when it is increased 30% you'll clearly hear Laurel.
"Yanny's the victor, Laurel's the loser", Schlapp says.
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In the clip, staffers are seen listening to the viral recording from Reddit where listeners were asked which sound they heard. Sarah Huckerbee Sanders implies the answer is probably whatever CNN says it isn't. Sara, it's been reported you hear Laurel.
He told The Telegraph: "There are some effects where words alternate what you hear when you say them rapidly repeatedly.... but given this is only said time two, that doesn't seem like it. Who's yanny? I hear coffefe".
"When there is more energy towards the mid and higher frequencies, people tend to hear "Yanny".
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White House counselor Kellyanne Conway pokes fun at her endless willingness to spin and bend the truth for the president, saying, "It's Laurel". Much like anything on the internet, disagreements over what is being said in the clip broke out nearly immediately.
The White House weighed in Thursday on the burning question on most Americans' minds this week: Laurel or Yanny? "All I hear is Yanny".
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