ITC – EVP (Page 2)

Audio afterlife communication or EVP – Electronic voice phenomenon. Instrumental TransCommunication using a computer.

I’ve been a little busy with other ITC work lately, so I had a look through some recent sessions and was amused to find this one. I had, yet again, not made my intentions clear until about five minutes before I started recording. The EVP (translated in bold if needed) here sound like a group of people as surprised to hear from me, as some of us incarnates would be to hear from them. Me: Hello there, and thank you for your communication – I know I surprised you” “You actually caught me” “Come and listen to …” “Donna can go out there” “Yeh IRead More →

Another long pause – sorry. ITC research is still going on, but the blog posts are becoming less frequent as I adjust. These EVP were captured today. The acoustics have changed quite significantly since the last time I posted. I am now in a different room, I use a different sound file (changed again), and I’m using a microphone. Some of the communication is a little reedy, but some quite strong. The sound file I used was a file made from chopped up phonemes of my voice. The following EVP features genderless, female, child and the occasional male voice. I had a mixture of communicators.Read More →

Hello! I’ve had a long break from publishing on this blog due to illnesses and upheaval. I received a timely reminder how important it is to keep letting their voices be heard which I have published below. But first – I switched the sound file and made a new one which, in its raw form, is me reciting love poetry for those that are already in the light. Here’s a sample of the gibberish that they work with to generate their EVP. And here are a handful of EVP from tonight’s communication.. first the timely reminder to publish our EVP. “Got to have notes” SomeRead More →

Spurred on by some fellow researchers who have had some success creating their own gibberish file, I created my own this evening. I had tried before, but hadn’t managed it successfully – with tips from a fellow researcher, I managed to create my own. I droned into a microphone for what turned out to be 13 minutes – it needn’t have been that long, and in fact when I created the gibberish from my speech it only let me do three minutes for some reason. Anyway.. running my speech through EVP Maker, and cutting it into pieces created a new sound file. So that youRead More →