Why is My Voice Different When I Hear a Recording?

Whether it’s while trying to perfect your voicemail greeting or transcribing notes from a recent meeting, we’ve all had occasion to listen to recorded versions of our own voice—and it rarely sounds like the one we hear coming out of our own mouth. Well, there’s a reason for that. And it has to do with a variety of vibrations. We’ll let Craig (who does not sound like James Earl Jones) explain in the video above.

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