PortlandGhosts, on 08 April 2013 - 07:47 PM, said:
To be completely honest that just sounded like bloops and bleeps. My EVP's are just voices and I don't do anything to them with software. If filters need to be applied to make it sound like it was recorded underwater there's more than likely nothing there.
Hmm, very interesting you would say I applied "filters
" to my audio sample, because there is no such thing. If you took the time to read my description, I state "The clip I'm presenting to you, though, is in no way modified
. What I'm presenting to you is raw, not even an amplified sample." I'm not here to argue wheather or not I applied filter's, cause I know that I didn't. Anyways, the file I'm going to attatch to this response is
filtered and amplified, and what this filter does is remove sounds within a certain Hz frequency
. In this case, it removes any sounds within 300 to 20,000 Hz. This might help you hear what I'm talking about, which is the low noise. I just want to know what could have caused this, and it kinda sounded like a voice to me, so that's why I came here. Not jumping to conclusions. But, yes, this particular one is
filtered and amplified, but it's for the sake to hear this sound better. I would have done this earlier, but I recently discovered this tool. Also, you will need headphones again