If you’ve ever heard yourself in a telephone message or in a home movie, you probably felt like you sounded much different in the recording than you do in real life. One of the reasons your voice sounds richer when you speak (vs. hearing it through a device) is bone conduction. Your vocal cords create vibrations in your skull that make your voice sound lower and richer than it actually is.
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