Why do people hear their voices differently? - a small interesting article that will answer this question. Undoubtedly, you have repeatedly been surprised that your voice in life and on the recording sounds completely different, as if a completely stranger is speaking on the recording. This happens to everyone, just, someone hears his own voice lower, someone, on the contrary, too high, but the voices are always different from those we are used to in life. Whereas small children, for example, are not able to recognize their voice on the recording at all. At such moments, you begin to wonder which voice is real, and which is only a figment of your imagination. In fact, according to scientists, both voices are real, or rather, these are two different sounds of the same voice.
According to scientists, a different sound occurs due to the fact that when we hear our own voice, pronounced by us, we perceive it not only with the hearing aid, but also with the whole body, the sound wave from the inside spreads through the liquid and skin.
The voice begins to form in the larynx, from there and sound vibrations come out, which actually represent the voice. Some of these vibrations spread through the air, it is this sound, and to hear those around us, this is what we then hear on the recording. With the other part of the vibration, things are a little different. This part of the sound enters our ears as if from the inside, bypassing all the muscles, bones and fluids in our head. The inner and middle ear, which is passed by the sound wave, are filled with liquid and air, which creates a certain damping of tones. The larynx also has its own tissue and fluid membranes. From the school physics course, we know that a sound wave propagates differently in liquids and in air. Therefore, such a distortion of sound occurs.
Scientists have come to the conclusion that each specific person has two different voices, this is the "inner" voice, and the one, in fact, that the rest hear. They cannot, in each specific case, say how the two voices will differ, but the fact that they will be different is a scientific fact. For people who, by the nature of their activity, often hear their voice in a recording, the line of different sounding is practically erased.