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FLASH TALK ITC
11-22-2015, 10:02 PM
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FLASH TALK ITC
I was doing a session today with my SB-7 unit and one of the comments that a voice said was "Flash Talk"; which is what my recorder picked up. Sentences crammed into 1 second. When these EVP's (really ITC's) had their tempo slowed down in Audacity, they became apparent sentences.

You can't reduce the speed, because that reduces the timeline and pitch; but if you go under the effects tab and ONLY slow down the TEMPO (within the same period of time-just use the default setting and click preview-then adjust the slider and preview again) until its intelligible.

I'm kind of a newbie at all this, and was wondering if this is common form of communication between themselves and us?
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11-23-2015, 06:17 AM (This post was last modified: 11-23-2015 06:17 AM by UglyNRude.)
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RE: FLASH TALK ITC
(11-22-2015 10:02 PM)Emcomus Wrote:  I was doing a session today with my SB-7 unit and one of the comments that a voice said was "Flash Talk"; which is what my recorder picked up. Sentences crammed into 1 second. When these EVP's (really ITC's) had their tempo slowed down in Audacity, they became apparent sentences.

You can't reduce the speed, because that reduces the timeline and pitch; but if you go under the effects tab and ONLY slow down the TEMPO (within the same period of time-just use the default setting and click preview-then adjust the slider and preview again) until its intelligible.

I'm kind of a newbie at all this, and was wondering if this is common form of communication between themselves and us?

any time you adjust sounds, speed up, slow down, remove noise, amplify you are altering what the original sound was. Its easy to change sounds to words but then you are fooling yourself into what was captured.

Belief bias occurs when we make illogical conclusions in order to confirm our preexisting beliefs. Belief perseverance refers to our tendency to maintain a belief even after the evidence we used to form the belief is contradicted.
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11-23-2015, 09:06 AM
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RE: FLASH TALK ITC
Thanks for the response - I thought the same, yet you can here what was being said on the original at normal speed but must listen closely because the reply is only a second long-changing the tempo only verifies what I think I hear quickly at normal speed. Also doing this I've come up with complete conversations like on a Frank's box. Remember this is ITC, so it's kind a like EVP but not the same.
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11-23-2015, 01:17 PM
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RE: FLASH TALK ITC
(11-23-2015 09:06 AM)Emcomus Wrote:  Thanks for the response - I thought the same, yet you can here what was being said on the original at normal speed but must listen closely because the reply is only a second long-changing the tempo only verifies what I think I hear quickly at normal speed. Also doing this I've come up with complete conversations like on a Frank's box. Remember this is ITC, so it's kind a like EVP but not the same.

OK. I'll bite. What is ITC? Why would you change the speed? I used the SB-7 many times and never once considered changing speed as it would change the sound, not clear up anything. Only thing I've ever used on Audacity is to clean up some background which only makes what's captured more clearer, not altering anything.

You caught Flash Talk? Didn't mean anything to you? Not uncommon. I've had direct, clear answers, gibberish, and some things that had no meaning to me. One was the name of a girl of which I had never known.
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11-23-2015, 03:34 PM
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RE: FLASH TALK ITC
ITC is Instrumental Trans communication or translated pareidolia

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