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 Posted: Apr 24th, 2010 10:04 AM
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While working with a recording I found what sound's like a whispered Evp,
This Capture was in-between the words of two people talking while at a Cemetery visiting family members.
(Their Voices not included)
It is my opinion that I am hearing the words "Stay Here".
You will hear this clip repeat twice,
The first one, as recorded,
The second one, run through De-noiser at a setting of 2
later my attention was drawn to the wind noise of this recording and was surprised to find something else which I will post below.
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Attachment: StayHere.wav (Downloaded 309 times)

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 Posted: Apr 24th, 2010 10:22 AM
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While examining this clip I thought I could hear something more with the wind sound.
I have always thought that Evp could be formed with wind noise (Another form of white noise).
This recording to me was just to clear to me.
To experiment what I did was first slow the recording down from a speed of 100 to 29
Thats when I thought I could really hear voices in the background.
Then in order to try and pull then out I change the pitch from 100 to 120.
A 2 Step process,(Not Both At The Same time)
I thought I then could hear the words,
"(...?)"He's Lucky Your Here"
Could this be Something we may be missing? that needs another look at for EVP?
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Ray

Attachment: Wind.wav (Downloaded 269 times)

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 Posted: Apr 24th, 2010 09:57 PM
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I've done the same sort of thing with the "clicks" and "pops" you sometimes hear during recordings. I will mainly use speed control, and drop the speed by like -57 in audacity and find evps in these areas sometimes. I did this a few times when I first started out last spring. I kinda don't do this anymore because I read a webpage somewhere that said to ignore the EVP's that are to difficult to hear...and they will begin to get more pronounced and adjusted to your hearing. Seems to be working.
*I added one that had an EVP after slowing down. It's not the one I was hoping to find but is a sample. The constant "ticking" sound is because it was recorded with the DR60 and sometimes depending on conditions....you will be able to hear this ticking. While I was editing I found the OTHER I was thinking about (speed changing helped find evp). Edited to include information about the DR60 ticking sound.

Attachment: what_ya_wanna_do----Minus-52-evp.wav (Downloaded 303 times)

Last edited on Apr 24th, 2010 10:06 PM by clockdryve

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 Posted: Apr 24th, 2010 10:09 PM
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clockdryve wrote: I've done the same sort of thing with the "clicks" and "pops" you sometimes hear during recordings. I will mainly use speed control, and drop the speed by like -57 in audacity and find evps in these areas sometimes. I did this a few times when I first started out last spring. I kinda don't do this anymore because I read a webpage somewhere that said to ignore the EVP's that are to difficult to hear...and they will begin to get more pronounced and adjusted to your hearing. Seems to be working.
*I added one that had an EVP after slowing down. It's not the one I was hoping to find but is a sample. The constant "ticking" sound is because it was recorded with the DR60 and sometimes depending on conditions....you will be able to hear this ticking. While I was editing I found the OTHER I was thinking about (speed changing helped find evp). Edited to include information about the DR60 ticking sound.
 Here is the first one I removed (speed change)

Attachment: I'll help you_Negative57_speed_evp.wav (Downloaded 278 times)

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 Posted: May 1st, 2010 10:54 PM
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Well guys....I know it doesn't appear to be anything in the 2 files I uploaded. Try downloading and amplifying them at least double volume. They are still going to be very slight if your headphones will allow the "slightest" sound.

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