A Fellow Walmart Shopper Catches Some Kids Getting Creative In The Fan Aisle
Mar 27, 2015
The reason a voice changes like this is very simple: sounds are simply vibrations. Generally, air is still when you vibrate it by speaking, so things sound normal. If the air you're vibrating, however, is already vibrating too, it creates distortions like the ones heard here.
Check out these kids singing the national anthem to some of their biggest fans. If that pun didn't blow you away (last one, promise), you have to admit there's something really endearing about these kids having some fun at a local Walmart. It's hard to say what made them choose "The Star-Spangled Banner," but most of us can surely remember the innocent fun of hearing your voice shaken up when talking or singing in front of a fan.