Have you ever listened to a recording of yourself and asked the question: Do I really sound like that?
If so, you are not alone. We all hear our own voice as a more deep and resonant version than how others perceive it. But why exactly is that? Put simply, it has to do with the difference between air-conducted versus bone-conducted sound transmission. To find out more, watch Greg Foot of Head Squeeze discuss the phenomenon in a quick, three minute video below.