I’ve been busy, which is why there haven’t been many posts lately. I’ve been doing masonry repairs, working, spending time with family, turning wood, doing a lot of EVP research and working (playing) with a new automotive toy. That brings me to the first EVP post of 2015. It also brings me to the first post of my new EVP philosophy.
Most paranormal researchers believe that maintaining audio files in their original recorded state is vital. I agree. I also believe that many of the recordings I make are intelligent, pertinent and in some cases trying to make a point. If that is, indeed the case, why not make them easier to hear? I mean, they might be telling me which, if any god to worship, what number to play in the lottery, or even who has all the blue food. I am no audio engineer and I am muddling my way through it but I am trying to make the files I record easier to hear. I will keep the originals, original but will also use simple means to clean them for easier listening. I will add nothing to the files other than reverb or echo to give them some “depth”. Everything else I do will be simple filters available through Audacity audio editing software to remove noise. I will also share the original on each post I make, to allow comparison with the “cleaned up” versions.
So last week, I was doing some work on our newly acquired, 2007 Toyota FJ Cruiser. After I got done I did a 3 minute and 50 second recording. I was recording on an Olympus VN 3100 and using a PSB7, Spirit Box after asking questions. If you aren’t familiar with the PSB7,it is basically a small AM/FM radio that will scan forward or backwards through the available radio frequencies at varying, preset rates. I was scanning in reverse at the fastest FM rate, 350 ms. The theory is that a “spirit”” will use the radio to somehow speak through the radio. I can’t say I’ve had much luck with that. What I have found is that I get a boatload of EVP’s in the white noise as the radio scans through the bands. In this clip you will hear the PSB7 and then me begin to ask about the FJ. This was recorded on the comfort of my sofa at home, with no one else in the house at the time. Listen for the EVP in this original recording.
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