May
17
2018

Interesting explanation to the Laurel/Yanni thing.

Apparently it’s all about high-frequency sounds?

My hearing isn’t great with high frequencies, and I definitely hear ‘laurel,’ not ‘yanni.’ I’m ready to accept this as a tentative answer to the controversy. Or, well, micro-fad.

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5 Comments

  • nicklevi86 says:

    Same issues here: a crap production values.
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    The dress picture was horribly overexposed. This illusion is dependent on crushed audio range.

  • JustDave says:

    I hear Yanni, which is at least somewhat surprising to me as I was never particularly protective of my hearing in my younger days (although I was never a concert goer in my youth either, which I suspect is a major factor).

  • acat says:

    I don’t care.
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    I don’t care if it’s Yanni or Laurel.
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    I don’t care if it’s black/blue or gold/white.
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    I don’t care if the royals marry.
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    I do care that Rick and Morty got picked up for another several seasons .. mostly because they’ve attracted a wildly socially maladapted fanbase and it’s fun to watch.
    .
    Mew

    • Rockphed says:

      Are you saying that the fanbase is fun to watch or that the show is fun to watch. There is a bit of grammatical ambiguity in your statement.

      • acat says:

        Yes.
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        ::cat notes that he likes having posting privileges here::
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        Yes, the fanbase is hilarious .. did you see how they shouted down McDonalds?
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        Yes, the show is better than it really has any right to be.
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        Yes, the prior post did have grammatical ambiguity .. and it was on purpose.
        .
        Mew

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