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 Posted: Feb 18th, 2011 09:00 AM
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Hi Guys: throught my philips AQ6455 i recorded this voice ( i attaching only a short piece ). Can anyone tell me if he talks in "German" ?
You know what he says ? I think speak well " LOOP"...suggestions for my "Technical Schreiber"?

Thanks...

Attachment: NR1.mp3 (Downloaded 558 times)

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 Posted: Feb 18th, 2011 09:45 AM
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Greetings,


Since the waveform did not look right  I reversed the file and it sure sounds like Italian to me.

Of course I could be wrong.

Perhaps  Calo   or another member familiar with Italian could reverse the file and offer their opinion.

Ciao,
Ron

Last edited on Feb 18th, 2011 09:49 AM by ArizonaEvp

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 Posted: Feb 19th, 2011 12:19 AM
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Sounds like some italian discourse about novels (?), but that's just a guess of mine. In reversed it does have german-like articulation. I'd like to advise to try if you haven't already to reverse more italian speech to see if they all have a german sounding while reversed.

I could hear some german words in them, although I've been taught german really long ago and also the resemblance to german words varies.

0:07.390 - 0:07.381 "Zeit" (=time)
0:07.703 - 0:08.843 "ein Sekund" (=1 sec)
0:10.246 - 0:11.310 "erlebt hat ich" (have I experienced)

Keep up the good work mate!

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Thanks guys...In this experiment, I asked to speak with Klaus Schreiber  on how we can improve his technique which I applied in my metavision reserch .I would say the words "ein loop" perhaps refers to the loop required to see the faces on tv ?

I'm Italian but this is not Italian language. Can I post the  original file (2 Mb) in three part or is too big for forum ?:blink:

Thanks.

PS ( anyone knows any EVP Forum in German site, Deutsch )??

Ciao

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Hello Cryptato,


My apologies for the confusion.

When I played the file backwards. it sounded to me like Italian.  At the 13 - 14 second mark I hear what sounds like the word Hermano. 

I got confused because Hermano in Spanish is Brother and figured Italian and Spanish were similar enough.............oooops.

Then I looked up the the Italian word for Brother and found it is  Fratello.

Interestingly enough.....while Hermano does not translate into Italian....Germano does.

Germano is Italian for German.


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I found some German websites that might be of help to you.


http://www.vtf.de/index_e.shtml


http://www.central-european-paranormal-investigations.com/


http://www.paranormal-nord.de/



You could also try contacting Stefan Bion who did the EVP Maker software.  He is Fluent in English.   His website is:


http://www.stefanbion.de/



Good Luck,
Ron


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Thanks very much guys.....but, Ron, because you play this file audio backwards ? It should be listened to has i have sent. Thanks, thanks so much for me given the "other Forum" for next interpretation.

Ciao:)

 

Mario

 

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Hi Cryptato,

I listened to your file but couldn't hear any clear German words in it. Of course it is possible to interpret various sequences of phonemes as German words, but this is probably only auditory pareidolia. So here is what I "heard":

0:00.000 - 0:01.059: die Welt verfällt (the world decays)
0:10.299 - 0:11.269: er lebt sehr gut (he lives very good)

Stefan

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Thanks Stefan :smile:, i'm very happy because the words in this audio file mp3 are in "non-magnetic side" of audiocassette, because the tape was shot to the reverse!!!!
I sent this  file to a German EVP Forum and they told me "that it's not clear speech, only words, but is a German dialect of south-west Germania...

I dont know...:blink:

 



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