As everyone figured out at age 8 when playing with a tape recorder, your voice sounds very different inside your head compared to how it sounds to the outside world.
Presumably, this is because when you speak, you perceive not just your voice transmitted through the air to your ears, but also your voice transmitted through your head/skull/whatever.
My question is: has anyone ever done a study and determined what filter/processing/etc. can be applied to a recording of a human voice to replicate how that person sounds inside their head?
I realize not everyone’s head is the same, blah blah blah, but it should be possible to get close.