Electronic Voice Phenomenon Samples
EVP is an acronym for Electronic Voice Phenomenon. Electronic Voice Phenomenon (EVP) is a term used to describe unexplained sounds or voices that are sometimes found on a recording media. Many researchers believe it is a voice of a spirit. Often times ghost hunts will involve unusual sounds, for example whispering or voice sounds. These sounds heard without a recording device is considered to be a disembodied sound. But EVP's sounds can only be heard later when listening to the recorded message from some kind of recording device. Giving an EVP it's classification of being an unexplained phenomena.
Many researchers believe that the voices of the dead can be recorded and played back on a Digital Voice Recorder (DVR). And even possibly believing it is a way to communicate with the spirit world. Many paranormal researchers believe that the spirit world operates at a higher frequency because of the faster rate in which the paranormal messages occur. So spirit voice messages often demonstrate a shift in frequency outside of the normal human voice, frequency range. A human
voice usually ranges between 300 Hz and 1000 Hz. Spirit EVP voices have been measured to 1400 Hz. As humans we live in a dense 3D world so it is believed that the spirit world is much less dense. Spirit voices often sound like regular speech only at a faster pace because spirit's are in a lighter bodily form.
Not all EVP's are the same in message characteristics. Often times the messages will have a popping or snapping sound just before or after the EVP. Some researchers feel that the sound is a spirit attempting to connect or disconnect to the recording device. So the Properties of EVP's are not all the same researchers have classified them into classes Class A, B or C. Many times the messages are found by listening to the reverse direction of a sound track. The message length from spirits are typically very short in length, ranging from one word to short sentences.
EVP researchers agree that the voices can be recorded anywhere or at any time. Many investigating the phenomenon claim that spirit voices can be transferred to a recording device no matter where the device is located or placed. So researchers who take audio recorders, video recorders, or use the open microphone method on investigations hope to capture an EVP must keep in mind that capturing an EVP is fairly easy. But, gathering proof of the afterlife takes solid evidence. To convince anyone that a true paranormal event has taken place some issues should be avoided that can occur when recording spirit voices. To learn more check out this article on the Tips On Recording EVP's.
Researchers who take audio recorders, video recorders, or use the open microphone method on investigations hope to capture an EVP must keep in mind that capturing an EVP is fairly easy. But, gathering proof of the afterlife takes solid evidence. To convince anyone that a true paranormal event has taken place some issues should be avoided that can occur when recording spirit voices.Property Of EVP's
EVP messages have been classified as Class A, B or C:Evp and New Dimensions
Class A: easily heard and understood from the speakers of a sound system
Class B: can be heard over the speaker but there may not be agreement as to the message. Some words may be agreed on.
Class C: can only be heard with headphones and difficult to understand.
Often times messages are found by listening to the reverse direction of a sound track. So the spirits words are clearly heard as if played in the correct direction and may disclose hidden messages.
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