The evolution of the recorded voice and how it affects the speech patterns of the general populace is fascinating. With the recent proliferation of content creation on platforms like YouTube and TikTok, there is a seemingly endless stream of different people talking to cameras about myriad topics, and yet there is also remarkable similarity in the speech patterns used by all these different creators. Why does everyone start to sound the same?
The following article looks into this phenomenon with insight and humor, but the major takeaway from the article that delights us is that the answer to learning how to sound like your unique self is learning the nuanced art of acting. It’s gratifying to see the complexity and skills of the art appreciated as more than just talking or posing.
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