MALAYSIAN PARANORMAL RESEARCH


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The main aim of The Malaysian Paranormal  Research is to share the documentation through research about the existence of life after death. Our mission is to share information and/ or to help change the perception of peoples’ narrow view about this mysterious world, through scientific research methods using a digital camera, video and audio recording

 


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The Malaysian Paranormal Research collection of non-dust Ghost Orbs, Ecto, Human Shaped Apparitional Ghost Photos, Ghost videos and EVPs is one of the largest collection online in Malaysia . The collection mostly comes from the solo investigations by a  professional ghost researcher and from our professional sub-team investigators based in Ipoh, Perak. The dust orb found on this site is only for comparison purposes.

 


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EVPmaker Software.

July 13th, 2011 by Arwin John.

 

EVPmaker is an experimental software for the generation of acoustic "raw material" for recordings of paranormal voices on tape, also known as "Electronic Voice Phenomena" (EVP). For this purpose, the program divides any recording of speech into short segments and then plays them back continuously in randomly order. The resulting "gibberish" still sounds like speech, but can't be understood anymore, and is therefore suited as background noise for EVP recordings. Of course, the program can also be used to generate special acoustical or musical effects. EVPmaker was created by Stefan Bion. The software can be downloaded by clicking HERE

The use of this software with a certain technique which I prefer can be found by clicking the link below

  1. Using EVP maker with SpeakJet Allophones

 

EVPmaker Quick Start.

 

In order to record EVP it seems to be necessary to provide some kind of "raw material" which is used as a "carier" for the voices. Many experimenters use a radio set which is tuned to a foreign-language radio station, or to a mixture of several radio stations, as a raw material source. Important is only that the experimenter does not understand the language of the raw material. This acoustical raw material is then radiated into the room during the EVP recording and eventually re-recorded. The paranormal statements are contained in the recorded raw material and can be heard upon the following playback.

EVPmaker generates such an acoustical raw material by picking short pieces (segments) from an arbitrary sound recording by chance and playing them back immediately. This "chopping" results in a kind of audible "gibberish" which still contains the original frequency spectrum of the source material but no more intelligible information. Thus, it is suitable for EVP recordings.

This practical guide will show you step by step how you can proceed to record and playback EVP on your computer using the software EVPmaker. The following alternative procedures will be explained:

 

1. For providing the acoustical source material:

a) Recording a new WAV file.

b) Opening an already existing WAV file.


2. For carrying out an EVP recording:

a) Recording the raw material acoustically via a microphone connected to a cassette recorder.

b) Recording the raw material acoustically via a microphone connected to the computer running CoolEdit.

c) Recording the raw material digitally during an "EVP Session" (without microphone recording).

It depends on your preferences which of these alternatives you are going to use. I personally prefer 1 b in combination with 2 b, i.e. I'm using an already existing WAV file with a recording of some speech as source material, let EVPmaker chop this up and radiate it via the PC speakers into the room, and record it simultaneously via a microphone connected to the same computer using CoolEdit. This way the questions asked by the persons present together with the expected paranormal answers come onto the same recording which is then analyzed on this computer.