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Hello everyone, I would like to begin sharing audio clips on a regular basis and becoming more active on the forum where all of you interesting people are. In 2016 while trying to perfect radio audio using filters and VST plugins I accidentally created a stream that was all software generated. It used EVPMaker in live mode which chopped up my experimental tones. And the first "synthetic stream" was born. No radio. No external input. And we've been streaming variations of synthetic audio streams live to the internet ever since. Since then there have been at least 50 versions, with each version improving on the last. At first I only confided in 3 people. Because I was hearing voices on a level which was fantastic but didn't fit the norm of EVP. And each person that listened to the streams either didn't hear anything, or they heard their own version of voices. Over time I have learned that there is a psychic component. As well as an energy field component of the experimenter. As well as techniques that seem to indicate there are related scientific discoveries. I've spent thousands of hours building this connection. When I go to sleep at night (for the last 4 years) I always fall asleep listening to a live stream (not usually "synthetic" or man-made. At this time the audio has improved (as well as my assumed partially developed clairaudience) enough that along with much encouragement from Spirit communicators and my "spirit team" I can now share publicly. Sometimes I'll share phrases that I interpret, sometimes I'll share words. I'm not interested in proving my interpretations are correct at this time. But I will endeavor and continue to strive to demonstrate that the technology and personal connection are both used in tandem, and I will begin to share publicly. In today's clip from Stream 3 (available here on this website) I recorded the following clip. The words you may be able to hear include: "Helping, channel, controlling" Technique: noisegen.exe playing white noise, then into audiomulch, then out into a series of VST filters in VSThost. As far as setup of audiomulch I'm not going to divulge the entire technique at this time due to development and concerns surrounding intellectual property and the future of this organization. 8-10-21 Spirimulch WN personal helping channel controlling.mp3
Since two weeks I am scrutinizing the effect of lose point contacts that are in move and thus creating a kind of sliding or scratching noise since I observed spirit voices manifesting in sequences several times when I turned a potentiometer shaft. I now tried to utilize this effect deliberately. Please see the video. The Graphite Slider effect_LR.mp4 Transscripts of some of the messages I got in german (translated for you into english) i put here. They sound very enthusiastic but I know I need to be careful since I am developing clairaudience and I cannot rule out that some wishful thinking interferes with my perception. This is running good All will do this now We use something similar on our side You can do it You recognize immediatly A coincidence succeds Special friends are present today Then I got some very personal messages related to my deceased father and myself that touched me deeply but this is nothing to put here. Can post audio samples here. However they are difficult to understand for untrained ears. This is still no spirit news channel.
47 downloadsProgram - Variable Bandwidth Noise Generator by "Programmatic" Hosted by radioscanner.ru Author: "Programmatic" Variable Bandwidth Noise Generator 1.0.0. Useful for measuring signal to noise ratio. The archive contains the complete source code for Delphi 3-7. Original Link: http://www.radioscanner.ru/files/miscsoftware/file10919/ Original Filename: noise_gen_100.rar Uploaded 8 Sep 2010 Google Translation of this original page on Russian Site: HERE Supplemental: Keith J. Clark has been using this program since about 2015 to generate white noise to feed into a variety of experiments. It is ideal because it is small, compact, and allows the user to select which output device to use - which is crucial to experimenting with virtual audio cables. To see a sample of how noisegen could work in an experiment, see video below. HINT: Just feed the noisegen directly into some noise reduction plugins! As of 11/6/20 The program author "programmatic" has provided permission to host this file directly on this site for FREE download.