Why You Hate the Sound Of Your Own Voice

  • February 11, 2016
Why You Hate the Sound Of Your Own Voice

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Have you ever listened to a tape recording of yourself speaking and think “Who is that?!”

This short video from Tech Insider on MSN.com explains why we think we sound so weird on a recording verses how we we sound when we are simply having a conversation.

The video explains that we hear ourselves  in two ways when engaging in every day conversations; through air conduction and bone conduction. Air conduction, is the flow of sound from our mouth, nose, and ears, while bone conduction describes the transmission of sound vibrations to the internal ear through the cranial bones. When we hear our selves speaking during every day conversations we are hearing ourselves in both ways verses when  tape we are hearing ourselves strictly through air conduction.

 

Click Here To Watch The Full Video

 

Stay Happy – Hear Healthy,  

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