Studio Creator: @Bluestar2003
AHHHH MY SECOND FEATURED STUDIO! TYSM SCRATCH TEAM!
Auditory illusions have always been puzzling to the human hear. An auditory illusion is when you hear something different than the real sound. For example: The Laurel and Yanny Illusion. Some people hear Laurel, some Yanny. The recording really says Laurel but people interpret it several ways depending on the age of their ears or other reasons. Though the Laurel and Yanny sensation has sadly passed, there are more auditory illusions that we can make and listen to for fun.
Please ONLY add projects that have to do with Auditory illusions.
Make a project with a sound that can sound like a cat or a baby.
Make a project of you or someone else saying a word that can sound like two different things.
Make a project about an instrument that can sound like an animal.
Here is my project about auditory illusions: https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/403898877/
If you want to be curate, PLEASE have a valid reason why you want to curate. I'm not just going to invite you because you want to be a part of a featured studio. I want you to help out and contribute. If you make a project for this studio, it will make your chances much higher. If you make MORE than one I will probably just invite you, no questions asked, because of your contribution and love for illusions.(Note: Please stay true to your word.)
MANAGERS: Please be active, invite people, add projects, and answer comments. If you want to be manager you must certainly prove to me you are worthy of being manager. It's an honor and it requires dedication. Also, please don't edit the description. If you fail to meet these requirements, you will be removed or bumped back to curator. Thanks for understanding.
QOTW: Why do you think some people hear differently that others?
FOTD: In World War I parrots were kept on the Eiffel Tower in Paris because of their remarkable sense of hearing. When the parrots heard enemy aircraft, they warned everyone of the approaching danger long before any human ear would hear it.
Credit to @missidea for thumbnail.
(Thanks to @mybearworld)
(Thanks to @Misty_Air)
(Thanks to @portishead7)
Yo manager and creator,