Yanny vs Laurel
Only one word is being said, but people either hear Yanny, or Laurel. Interested to see if the older population indeed hear differently?
If he said "19% of people hear Dvorak", would you believe him?
Oh! HAHAHAHAHA! I get it now! LOL!!
Hmmm... Yanny (Yanni?) was never close. If anything, the pitch shift made it more obvious.
I hear a quantum superposition of both.
Oh man; and I thought the Cremona Instruments thread was getting old-- this Yanny or Laurel topic is past moldy!
Am I supposed to be listening for Tartini Tones?
Yikes, the Covid-19 isolation is really making people strange.
I didn't realize until just then that this topic was already 2 years old, sorry! It just wasn't a thing in my country, compared to the 'black/blue or gold/white dress' issue. I find it interesting because at first I heard only Yanny, but needed a few minutes of concentration to also hear Laurel. Of course both Yanny and Laurel are present, with Yanny living in the upper harmonics and Laurel deep in the fundamental.
Bows dont carry overtones.
Maybe James meant overtones that bows produce
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