sorry for the lack of posts, been run off my feet with life.
Tonight on the 12/3/2019 at around 12.AM, I am going to experiment old school, by using a white noise with crackle and pops mixed in, Sarah Estep recommended using this type of noise for all her experiments, as the voices become stronger, the theory is that the communicators use the crackle and pops to produce voice?
So instead of using regular white noise, I will mix a bit of vinyl static with the crackle and pops in with it, and see if I get any responses?
I will be using two digital recorders, both Olympus set to the lowest quality for recording at 8000 sample rate, I will then run a series of tests at this rate before changing the settings on the digital recorders to the highest quality of sample rate, I will then run a series of test at that rate, and after this, I will see if I get more results at one sample rate to the other. The background noise will remain the same, as I have it recorded in a wav file at the highest quality and will be played in a loop in the background while recording for EVP.
So my setup will be as follows;
I will be sat in a chair approximately, 5ft away from the playing looped background noise, My two digital will be on the arm of the chair with no physical contact from me. I will have a Kll meter place on the other arm of the chair, again- (No physical contact from me) This is after I have done a baseline reading for EMF produced by electrical items in the house (But to note- TV, mobile phones etc…. Will be switched off)
The house will be in total silence, with just the background noise playing. I will be introducing myself to the communicators, then asking various questions to people I know who are deceased.
I will also be keeping a check on the Kll meter to see if this lights ups at any point, In hope that a communicator is nearby, I have had good results in ways of EVP’s produced with this technique in the past.
I will follow up with my results in a few days, thanks all for reading, take care, Lance.
You might be interested in Anabela Cardoso’s new video that she done on this subject of using background noise for stronger results with EVP.