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What's That Sound?

We often think of our senses as independent of each other but this is not entirely true. Our brain combines sensory information from both our vision and hearing to form our experience of the world around us. These two senses interact with each other and influence our perception of them, meaning that what we see often changes our understanding of what we hear.

How well do you really know your hearing?

Are sounds always what they seem?

Our lead sound designer, Jake, has created 3 sound effects using everyday household objects. Listen to the sound effects below and see if you can guess which objects have actually been used to create them.

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