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143 views • March 12, 2022

VOICE LAGGING | Awesome People

While posting videos onto TikTok in her home in Carnegie, Pennsylvania, Gracie Scullion, 18, realised she could delay her voice so her mouth would move, but the words would come much later. The "lagging" effect made Gracie's videos look as though they had been poorly dubbed, causing people to be equally impressed and confused by the viral videos. Gracie said: "To do it, I try to over exaggerate ‘mouthing’ the first word, but I won’t add my voice until my mouth is completely still and closed. "It’s almost like ventriloquism, but the illusion of mouthing the word first, makes it unique. Credit: Caters News
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