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Video: Video: TIL: We hear our own voices differently because of how the sound transfers up our face and the vibrations in our ears and head after we speak. We can hear how we sound to others by putting two folders in front of our ears so our voice echos around the room before reaching our ears.

From Vocal Coach Chris Beatty at vocalcoach.com & blog.vocalcoach.com Ever recorded your voice on a cell phone or answering machine, then been surprised at the sound of the playback? This tip and exercises will help you get in touch with the sound of your voice that others hear. It will help you judge your sound as you speak and sing and make you a more intelligent communicator.
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TIL: We hear our own voices differently because of how the sound transfers up our face and the vibrations in our ears and head after we speak. We can hear how we sound to others by putting two folders in front of our ears so our voice echos around the room before reaching our ears.