The Sun Broadway actor Jay Aubrey Jones, 64, was behind the Yanny Vs Laurel recording and has revealed what he actually said. The clip was made by Broadway actor and singer Jay Aubrey Jones, 64, who recorded the word 'laurel' back in 2007. That's right, laurel... --
The Guardian After Yanny and Laurel, a new audio illusion is dividing the internet. This time, it was taken from a 2014 YouTube review of a children's toy. The toy is saying 'brainstorm', but many people are saying they can also hear 'green needle', depending on ... ---
Sun Sentinel “I listened to it the first time, and I was like, it's Yanny. Then I listened to it again, and it's always been Laurel every time. It's just really strange. So I think I'm in the Laurel camp,” DeSantis told a reporter Friday night before he spoke at a ...
CNET You can stop debating now. The only expert that matters has solved the Yanny-or-Laurel audio challenge that has divided the internet into warring factions. New-age musician Yanni, famed for his outstanding mustache and instrumental hits, tweeted his... ---
PBS NewsHour It's an epic auditory insult. Akin to: I say tomato and you say “blow it out your ear.” I just listened to the new amazing illusion, in which about half of the denizens of my current café hear a voice say “Yanny” whereas I clearly hear “Laurel.” It's a ... --
CNET Yes, we're still talking about this, the disputed mystery audio clip that sounds like different things to different people. While there's no definitive answer to why some people hear different things in the Yanny or Laurel clip, The has ... --