will be trying to answer a few questions on EVPs and the equipment used.
are some of those questions we will be working to answer.
role does a microphone play in obtaining EVPs?
you obtain an EVP even if there is no microphone?
only role the microphone has is to allow the listener to identify the known sounds on the tape, the better the microphone
the greater the ability to discern the identifiable sounds.
think you can obtain EVPs without a microphone, technically speaking the microphone has an operational frequency range in
which it works, and the frequency range is well within human hearing so if the microphone is able to “hear”
then we should also be able
to hear what the microphone picks up …yet we cannot!
think the EVP is introduced at the circuitry prior to the recording head on an analog recording device.
will take 2 SONY TCM200DV, “A” will be modified to disable the
microphone yet allow the recording head to operate normally.
control unit “B” be left unmodified and we will attach a good quality external boundary microphone.
two units will be used in the same area where we have had success with obtaining EVPs in the past and we will let them run
for 1 hours or until the tape has been used up.
will use 2 brand new identical branded tapes
the experiment is completed we will listen to the two tapes from recorder “A” and “B”
any EVPs are found on “B” we will verify if it is also on “A”
the EVP on both tapes would prove the microphone is not the means in which an EVP is recorded. Imagine how good it would be
to be able to disable your microphone between questions? Oooooooohhh Mamma!
will let you know our results, even if it blows my theories to pieces.