Posts Tagged ‘evp voices’

EVP 102: Analyzing Your Recording – The Down And Dirty How To Guide

by on Saturday, September 4th, 2010

The first step in the process is to actually sit down with your studio quality headphones and listen through all of your audio recordings.

Make sure that you note the recording time for later analysis. Once you have gone through everything take your notes and go through each recording device and dump them to your computer, if you haven’t already done so. I’m not going to get into how to dump the audio here. You can either refer to your device’s manual or you can do a little research on the ole interweb and find that part out.

In this article, I’m primarily dealing with how to eliminate background noise in your possible evp recording. As stated in EVP 101 (more…)

White Noise: They Can’t All Be Anna

by on Saturday, July 24th, 2010

White noise is a random signal (or process) with a flat power spectral density. In other words, the signal contains equal power within a fixed bandwidth at any center frequency. White noise draws its name from white light in which the power spectral density of the light is distributed over the visible band in such a way that the eye’s three color receptors (cones) are approximately equally stimulated.

Electronic voice phenomena is one of the most fascinating areas of paranormal research. Human-sounding voices of unknown origin are recorded on electronic media such  as tape recorders, digital voice recorders, video recorders,etc. The voices are not heard at the time of the recording; it is only when the recording is played back (more…)

EVP 101: How to Catch and Analyze EVP’s

by on Sunday, July 18th, 2010

EVP or Electronic Voice Phenomena are inaudible voices that where caught on a recordable media like micro-cassette or digital voice recorders.

EVP recordings are a great tool to use to help determine whether or not a place is indeed haunted. However, just like with any other possible evidence collected on a case all other possibilities must be ruled out to determine if the EVP recording is legitimate or if there could have been interference from an outside source; tainting what could have been a great EVP.

You can try to catch EVP voices yourself. Just be prepared that you may not like what you’ll find.

It’s pretty simple. All you need is a recording media of some kind: a micro-cassette recorder, digital voice recorder, your cell phone (the iphone has a voice recording app), your computer, etc. Anything that will record sound will work. I always prefer (more…)