It's Sunday morning, and your voice is basically gone. After all, you were screaming for hours before bedtime just so your friends could hear you over the loud music blasting at the bar or concert where you spent your whole evening. We've all been there. It makes sense that you'd get louder when you're competing with something loud like live music, but your voice also gets louder when that music is only coming through your headphones. It turns out that's because your voice automatically adapts to loud noise all the time — unconsciously — because it's wired that way. And humans aren't the only ones that do it.
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Written by Cody Gough June 27, 2018
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