Many Twitter users replied saying that they could only hear "Yanny", while those on the "Laurel" camp insisted the same.
The latest debate on social media is all about "Yanny vs. Laurel" and celebs are debating what they hear in this clip that is spreading like insane! I'm on Team Yanny.
This isn't the first time a conundrum like this has taken the internet by storm.
But just about everyone is pointing to this Reddit post from Roland Camry as the original source of the Laurel-Yanny conundrum. The voice saying "Yanny", on the other hand, is at a higher frequency, which means you are more likely to hear it on a lower volume, sans bass reverberation.
Much like the blue or gold dress debate that owned the Internet a few years ago, there's a new topic taking the world by storm: "Yanny" or "Laurel"? "They can be seen in two ways, and often the mind flips back and forth between the two interpretations".
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There is an audio clip going around and apparently, people are hearing different things.
I asked, but no word on what he actually hears.
But I must know, what do you hear? "If you remove the high frequencies, you hear Laurel".
"The interesting thing about the word Yanny is that the second frequency that our vocal track produces follows nearly the same path, in terms of what it looks like spectrographically, as Laurel".