Any while most listeners were divided on if they heard "Yanny" or "Laurel," some people said they heard both after multiple listens.
Here at the Chief, of the six people who've heard the audio, four people hear "Yanny", while one person hears "Laurel".
"I hear Laurel and everyone is a liar".
But that audio clip has actually been hiding in plain sight for who knows how long at Vocabulary.com. The frequencies for each sound are a little different from person to person and language to language. People in the room disagreed about what they were hearing. But how is it possible that different people hear different words? "Then there was a period where it sounded like someone was saying Yanny and someone else was saying Laurel at the same time. When the low frequencies are more emphasized, people will hear "Laurel"," Crum said. The debate over whether the dress is "gold and white" or "blue and black" had reached a point where one started questioning his/her sanity. "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".
Meghan Markle's sister Samantha has been hospitalised
She continued, "So I said, really you need to show the world that you're getting in shape and doing great healthy things". Samantha has been making headlines all week thanks to the photos she staged with her dad, Thomas Markle .
Samsung shares hurt by negative Morgan Stanley forecast
The company will be starting construction soon on a special EUV facility as part of their Hwaseong complex in South Korea. The Note 8 has seen an incredible return to form for the company and saw over 4 million devices sold around the world.