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Hi all from Russia, want to show you what a normal microphone adapter.
http://itcevp.blogspot.com/2011/10/adapter-for-connection.html

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Adapter for connection 2
http://itcevp.blogspot.com/2011/10/2-adapter-for-connection-2.html

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Nanotube and microphone
http://itcevp.blogspot.com/2011/10/nanotube-and-microphone.html

Test the microphone and nanotubes
http://itcevp.blogspot.com/2011/10/test-microphone-and-nanotubes.html

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Bank of the water
http://itcevp.blogspot.com/2011/10/bank-of-water.html

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Temoff,

I don't mind linking to your experiments on another website, but please provide a short description of what it is, or something. I'd hope to see something more than just links, otherwise the indication is only that you are redirecting traffic.

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Bank of the water 2

Use two microphones at the same time, the first is connected behind the system unit and the second front. The first microphone inserted into the hole cover and the second placed between the lid and jar.

http://itcevp.blogspot.com/2011/10/2-bank-of-water-2.html

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An example of online communication, based on the generation and processing of sound in real time:
http://webfile.ru/5603034

The technology of processing of noise, it remains to find the perfect sound.
Tomorrow (or later) will appear in the description of my blog.

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The positive effect of low-frequency hum

He put the microphone on the table and turned on the recording, time recording my bass drone was reproduced (remember shamans).
All recordings were processed after the noise suppressor and an equalizer.

http://itcevp.blogspot.com/2011/10/positive-effect-of-low-frequency-hum.html

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Real-time communication

From any noise it is possible to pull people from another world, even the synthesized noise. So why not take advantage of this?

http://itcevp.blogspot.com/2011/10/real-time-communication.html

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Added one more example in the comments:
http://itcevp.blogspot.com/2011/10/real-time-communication.html

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Ty,

Your post is sarcastic, and needs to be removed. Your conduct has become increasingly antagonistic and bold on the forum. Please amend.

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Experiment a bit with the treatments a second example, it is the second project in Cubase. To hear it is not difficult, there is a collection of votes on different frequencies. For those who have no clue, listen to these records should be in small pieces.

http://itcevp.blogspot.com/2011/10/real-time-communication.html

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The third option of processing the second example. In my opinion the best quality among the treatments did not achieve, it is necessary to experiment with the synthesis of noise.
Listen to an example which confirms the theory that pull votes from the other world is possible from almost any noise.

http://itcevp.blogspot.com/2011/10/real-time-communication.html

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Microphone in the phase inverter

In addition to the processing of audio, it is important and the location of the microphone.
In this example, the microphone was placed in a phase-inverter speaker Microlab Solo 6 and firmly closed hand.
Unscrew the volume level to maximum (not necessarily, be less, the main thing that did not appear in the audio squeaks).

http://itcevp.blogspot.com/2011/10/microphone-in-phase-inverter.html

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Connector the microphone

In this example, I want to demonstrate what happens when the microphone connector is not fully inserted.

http://itcevp.blogspot.com/2011/10/connector-microphone.html

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Hi Dan,
What is the nature of your reply? I believe Temoff is trying to share his ideas with us here, not having as much interest in Russia, or the country where he resides .
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A few more examples, the difference is that the recordings were a little differently processed. Hear it not be a problem, listen to small pieces by a second 2-3 on autorepeat.
At first, sound examples of raw and processed after.

http://itcevp.blogspot.com/2011/10/connector-microphone.html

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Microphone in the table

In this example, the microphone was placed in the table to reduce the negative noise. An alternative is that you like, check everything in practice.

http://itcevp.blogspot.com/2011/10/microphone-in-table.html

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The microphone on the table
http://itcevp.blogspot.com/2011/10/microphone-on-table.html

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Microphone in a box

I recall that it is desirable to listen to records with small pieces of 2-3 seconds on autorepeat. Listening through the speakers, do not include loud.

http://itcevp.blogspot.com/2011/10/microphone-in-box.html

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The recording level

In the "Recording Level" turn off everything except the parameter "level" and made a record.
After processing the audio, we hear voices of children from another world.
Remember, from any noise you can pull it from the other world, just be able to do this.

http://itcevp.blogspot.com/2011/10/recording-level.html

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Need a different microphone

Initially, in October were bought two microphones Genius MIC-01C. Practice has shown that they are not suitable to significantly improve the quality of communication with another world.
Which microphone is next? This is the question...

http://itcevp.blogspot.com/2011/10/need-different-microphone.html

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Headphones instead of the microphone

Connect headphones to the microphone and made a record. Audio recording was processed and eventually we get it again from another world. The result is certainly worse, but it still can be heard.

http://itcevp.blogspot.com/2011/10/headphones-instead-of-microphone.html

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Headset Sven AP-860

Today took the headset Sven AP-860 and tested its ability. First checked the microphone, the result is just awful, a strong buzz. With headphones, the situation is much better, which in fact demonstrate below.
Still need to pick the perfect microphone, take a friend or buy all possible. Picking the perfect microphone, you will need professionals who can modify it even better.
You can make a special microphone to communicate with the other world, but first we need to interest the right people.

http://itcevp.blogspot.com/2011/10/sven-ap-860-headset-sven-ap-860.html

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Foam-rubber microphone

Put on the foam-rubber at the microphone Genius MIC-01C, laid on the table and made a record. Processing of audio recordings showed that the audibility of speech from the other world became a little better.

http://itcevp.blogspot.com/2011/10/foam-rubber-microphone.html

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The closure

Make out his microphone Genius MIC-01C.
In the picture below marked places spikes letters "L" (left) and "R" (right), the metal is pressed on the right side to the left and made a record.
Due to this closure, we got a very interesting result.

http://itcevp.blogspot.com/2011/10/closure.html

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The wire for the microphone

Cut off one of the microphones Genius MIC-01C from the wire for use in other experiments. There remains a wire that I plugged in the mic and made a record.

http://itcevp.blogspot.com/2011/11/wire-for-microphone.html

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Hi Temmof. I can understand a little bit about your work, but I am not as advanced as you. I really like your creative ideas and look forward to seeing more. Thanks for sharing your ideas.
Greg

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The wire for the microphone 2

Unlike the previous example is that the outside is a little bare wire and other treatment records.

http://itcevp.blogspot.com/2011/11/2.html

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What a microphone Genius MIC-01C with the damaged membrane.

http://itcevp.blogspot.com/2011/11/blog-post_1607.html

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Record without a microphone

I recall that from any noise (even synthesized) can pull it from another world. In this example, I have not plugged into the microphone input, just made a record and processed.

http://itcevp.blogspot.com/2011/11/blog-post_13.html

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Farewell Genius MIC-01C

The last example, taken with the microphone Genius MIC-01C. Slightly upgraded microphone capsule with a screwdriver and made a record. After processing the obtained interesting results, we heard from another world.
After some more modernized capsule, and this quality has disappeared, the remains of a microphone sent to the dustbin of history.

http://itcevp.blogspot.com/2011/11/genius-mic-01c.html

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Gembird MIC-111

Today has been bought and tested the microphone Gembird MIC-111.
The microphone was placed in a table (not close), plug a microphone was inserted into the mic is not the end.
In this example, all feature in the processing (records are processed in different ways), the result could be the previous microphone Genius MIC-01C.

http://itcevp.blogspot.com/2011/11/gembird-mic-111.html

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improve the quality of

I continue to work on improving the quality of communication of the new method, the results of which were first published here. Listen to examples of small pieces on autorepeat for 2-3 seconds, do not include loud, for too many high frequencies.

http://itcevp.blogspot.com/2011/11/blog-post_30.html

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I continue to work

And so, I continue to work on improving the quality of communication with residents of another world.
Since I do not know any electronics, I have no way to conduct experiments on the modification of the microphone. It remains for me to buy different mics and experimenting with methods of handling audio.
The emphasis is on methods of treatment, because of special microphones avail not.

http://itcevp.blogspot.com/2012/01/blog-post.html

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Defender MIC-140

Today, his eyes caught the microphone Defender MIC-140, bought and immediately checked what he can do. Capable of it, probably on a lot under certain conditions, until he proved himself well in vysokochastnoy speech from another world. Far from ideal, but hear it is not difficult.

http://itcevp.blogspot.com/2012/01/defender-mic-140.html

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Two examples, taken one by one the old one method, which is possible due to my sound card Realtek HD Audio.
Tested the method on a new microphone Defender MIC-140, has turned out an interesting result, it is necessary to test the method at a better microphone.

http://itcevp.blogspot.com/2012/01/blog-post_3406.html

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