ALF Posted August 28, 2022 Share Posted August 28, 2022 I have recently returned from the Helping Parents Heal Conference in Phoenix, which was the 2nd conference put on by this group that helps grieving parents. I attended to support my sister who had lost a son a few years ago. I had the idea to capture a couple of short recordings on my cell phone of 900 parents chatting in the large meeting room while waiting for the Keynote speaker to begin. I was hoping to record EVPs from the children in spirit who I felt certain were all present. I have been experimenting with EVPs as a form of physical mediumship, and even though I didn't prepare for this as such, I thought I would still record the children. There was a blending of all of the parents' voices, sounding more like a rumble, and some barely noticeable music (Somewhere Over the Rainbow by Iz) playing in the background. When I returned home I listened to one of the recordings. I could hear, "we're here", 7 times in varying quality and a couple of names but most too difficult to discern without a trained ear and using headphones/earbuds. Just that, would be a wonderful gift to post for the parents on the conference FB page, but there is no point unless they can hear it themselves. I needed to try to cancel the noise. Using Audacity noise canceling was not my first choice because, well, the noise is made up of voices and I don't want to cancel the voices. So I played the track in Audacity while recording another track using the Krisp microphone. Upon review of the newly filtered track, I found that everything I had documented had been replaced by new spirit voices of their own agenda. I wondered what would happen if I took the same raw, unfiltered track and again ran it through the Krisp microphone, and I ended up with all new spirit voices, none of which seem to have anything to do with the children, they just took over. This was new information to me, but some of you may already know this. When you run Krisp for after filtering, you run the risk of adding additional voices or completely overwriting your original unfiltered recording. I have a feeling that I could keep running the same original unfiltered file through Krisp and would keep ending up with new voice imprints. You may like this, I do not! Just for the heck of it, I've attached a couple to the original unfiltered (noisy) "we're here" responses. I'm wondering if any of you can hear it. Please use your headphones/earbuds. Thanks! Andrea HPH21 we're here.wav HPH25 we're here.wav 0 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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