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 Posted: Dec 11th, 2007 06:24 AM
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Mike Colletta to my understanding was responsible for the modification of the RS 12-469 digital radio. Although the mod was simple it has opened a whole new world of possibilities. One of those possibilities was the arrangement he put together using three 12-469's, a four channel mixer, and a microphone. He plugged those into a laptop running Audacity, which provided the whitenoise and a recording program.

I have duplicated that arrangement but added my own little twist to it. Instead of using a typical microphone to record my voice I use an optical microphone of my own design. The mixer also feeds into my laptop but instead of Audacity I use DC6 Live with Soundsoap2.

I was happily surprised when I turned the equipment on, applied the software to the signal and received audible speech right off the bat. The fact that I got speech didn't surprise me rather than the equipment working as well as it did.

Anyways, here are a few samples of what I have received.


Attachment: 120707RS12_469_Record1_Iamoldandlonely.mp3 (Downloaded 950 times)

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I believe this is one of Misty's sarcastic friends. I sure like them! LOL

Attachment: 121007Spiricomp_Record2_heresanidea_wereallgonnafightdeath.mp3 (Downloaded 1105 times)

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My primary contact is a person named Jacob. The other spirits call him Jake for short (which he doesn't like and told me so some time back). I would like to point out the personality in the voice and possible accent, that is something I never got with direct Radio.

Attachment: 121007Spiricomp_Record2_Jakecomeandseetheheir.mp3 (Downloaded 863 times)

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This one was early in the recording.

Attachment: 121007Spiricomp_Record2_weplayalong.mp3 (Downloaded 994 times)

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Maybe they mean guilt can sneak up on you.

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Hi Frank,

I listened to the files, sounds like a neat experiment. I don't pretend to understand all of the technical aspects of your endeavors, but certainly look forward to the output your experiments produce. Keep us posted.

Keith

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Thanx Keith,

As you know Misty and I did an experiment last night where she wrote down a word on the computers wordpad. She had me ask my spirit team to say the word she wrote. Not only did they say the word before I asked the question but they yelled it several times after my question. Neat huh!?

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Frank R.

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Yes, but it is an automatic sweep. The 3 radios are each scanning across the FM band. Two are scanning up, one is scanning down and each are separated by 30 or 40 MHz.

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Frank R.

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It depends! If you can hear them in real time and you respond in real time I would suggest here. If they have to be cleaned or listened to after recording then it needs to go into EVP. Although, I always thought they needed there own classification. They are not exactly traditional EVP and they aren't DRV. I've been calling them interactive EVP.:wink:

Frank

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Wow, latecomer to this forum, but I love that setup. I am going to try and emulate it as soon as possible. Excellent work!

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