Why does our voice sound differently when recorded?
In this article you will learn why people don't like their own voice while others may find it nice.
All of us, probably, heard his/her voice recorded and, no doubt, many felt it was some stranger speaking. To some of us our own voice seems higher or sharper but it's never like what we are used to hear while our conversations. Besides, small children have no idea who is speaking when they hear their own recorded voice.
Let's try to understand why this happens.
Thus, people around us hear our voice through outside sound vibrations, same as we do when we hear our voice recorded.
But it doesn't mean you have an ugly voice. It's just a psychological factor coming into play: we barely recognize our own voice and react in an absolutely natural self-defense manner - we feel embarrassed.
On the contrary, your interlocutors are not surprised at your voice, and may even like it, because it's the same they always hear it.
Do you like to hear your voice recorded? Do other people like your voice? Tell us in the comments!
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