Administrators Marie Posted March 3, 2022 Administrators Share Posted March 3, 2022 Hi all. I decided to share what I'm working on, even though I'm not sure if I'll get the results I'm seeking with this device. I've been wanting to build something for a couple years and recently I asked for a simpler way instead of building all the boards myself. Here's what I've come up with, which recently I discovered isn't a new idea at all, but I am pressing forward anyway:) I'm using musical equipment for sound. A mini amplifier, music pedals, and connection cables. I cannot explain why but I've had strong impressions about copper, so my husband helped me add copper elements and he designed a cover for me using a 3D printer just to make it look cool. There are countless devices out there for spirit communication. Much of it is difficult for the average non believer to decipher messages (words and sentences, responses to questions, names, etc). One of my ideal goals is for anyone to be able to communicate with the other side as I've been able to do all my life, and then even improve on what I've been able to experience myself. Having real time conversations and information shared. Where I see a person that is not immediately distinguishable from everyone else, others might see a white mist, or nothing at all. I also realize there's a big difference between communicating with those I see from the other side and those that are in different planes that I do not see, but am able to communicate with at times. I'm not sure the difference with communication levels, from those aspects. Here are a few pictures of what we've put together. Tonight I did attempt to connect a microphone, however in putting this all together, there's a big difference in how some things can connect (whether it's an input, output, needs a charging source, and a few other restrictions). The microphones I have connect to computers that also supply power. Attempting to connect those to this device did not work as there's no way to provide incoming power to the microphones and use them. I also have other microphones but ran into similar issues. The only microphone we were able to connect was from a video camera and this microphone has it's own power supply via rechargable battery. So I'm sure I've made some of this a little more complicated than need be, but it's a learning process as well. I've had some success using various software, but it's muddy with other noise built into said software (from outside sources). Seeing posts from Andrés had me thinking how much simpler a microphone could be and although I didn't have success the first attempt, I'll continue to test. I love the idea of just a microphone without all the extra added noise of radio frequencies, mixed in voices, mixed in noises, etc. 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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