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Will This Trick Your Ears? (Audio Illusions Video)

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You might recognize the song as All Star, by Smash Mouth And if you get to know her, something cool is about to happen Although only notes are played If you know the song, you will hear the lead singer's voice And sung words. I swear that what you hear is 100% digital piano sound It simply matches the frequency of the original song It was not combined with real sounds. With it, you can hear the words. This talking piano shows a similar phenomenon. It's hard to say what he's saying, however Once the words appear on the screen, you will start to hear him speak. We emphasize We are all Officials: Educators Politics Social organizations The essence of hearing is cognition After the sound wave reaches your ear, it turns into signals directed to your mind. But many external signals reach your brain that it cannot process at once So context is used to craft what you hear. You hear the lyrics because the brain uses information that it already has To understand the world. And the reason is that, if you have never heard the song, you will not understand what you are hearing. But even without words, sometimes we hear things that are not there. For example: a jumping transmission tower. About 20% of people will hear a rattle every time it lands It is a phenomenon known as 'auditory response as a result of visual effect' Do you hear it? It is a kind of sensory accompaniment What happens when senses such as hearing and sight pass through the brain. Also, expectation plays a role here. In a 2006 study, the participants ’brains were medically photographed And those who were told that they would hear a sound While they were expecting to hear something - without this happening - The auditory cortex is activated in the same way As if you were really listening to the sound. So do you hear it now? Our brains are good at filling in the blanks For example in this audio clip. The governors of the states meet with their legislature, Cahha, which is held in the capital Now, listen to it after I remove the cough. The state governors meet with their council .... held in the capital Literally, a clip is missing With coughing, people tend to hear the whole word. The governors of the states meet with the Legislative Council * cough * their own, which is held in the capital This visualization is known as 'temporal induction'. Your brain completes the information to understand the world. Now, listen to this rhythm. It seems to be getting faster, right? It will seem to speed up forever, if you let it keep playing. This is known as 'carved rhythm'. As the playing begins relatively slowly and then accelerates However, when the first performance is accelerated, the second playing begins at half its speed And they accelerate together. In the end, the fastest streak fades with the slower pitch And the episode continues. But your brain cannot tell the difference As a result, strumming seems to speed up forever. Would you like to know amazing and interesting things in the world? In fact, we're just getting started with a new podcast called "Sidenote" Where we explore the things that hinder us Or make us feel curious in life Then we list all the amazing science it causes. We want you to check it out on iTunes, or any podcast app you use. Your support means a lot to us on our journey towards exploring more science in new media. Again, the name of the podcast is "sidenote", and because it is new we are excited to know what you think. We will leave some links below And subscribe for more weekly science videos every Thursday. Translation: Team translate @autrjim

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