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Some people say they hear the word "Yanny", while some others say they hear the word "Laurel".
"HOW DOES ANYONE HEAR LAUREL ITS YANNY", Twitter user zaynilla added.
I, however, continue to hear "Laurel". But even after listening to this, all I'm able to hear is "Yanny". "There is no N sound".
If the odd, robotic voice was saying names of Quebec births, it would nearly certainly be saying "Laurel". "It's saying 'Laurel, '" Mills said.
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A video posted on Twitter Monday night contains a robotic voice pronouncing a name, but which one, exactly?
Turn the volume up/down to hear each version.
YouTube channel Nerd It Up dissected the recording as well, concluding that which word you hear depends on the pitch of the recording. She hears "laurel", and is appaulded by the idea of anyone hearing "yanny".
Moreover, some people have added to the confusion by somehow saying they can hear both.