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Using EVP maker with SpeakJet Allophones.

July 13th, 2011 by Arwin John.


This article shows how EVPmaker can be set up to use the 72 allophones of the SpeakJet™ chip as an audio source to generate a robotic-like random voice which seems to produce interesting results when used for EVP sessions.


The SpeakJet is a completely self contained, single chip voice and complex sound synthesizer. It uses Mathematical Sound Architecture™ (MSA) technology which controls an internal five channel sound synthesizer to generate on-the-fly, unlimited vocabulary speech synthesis and complex sounds. The SpeakJet is preconfigured with 72 speech elements (allophones), 43 sound effects, and 12 DTMF Touch Tones. Through the selection of these MSA components and in combination with the control of the pitch, rate, bend, and volume parameters, the user has the ability to produce unlimited phrases and sound effects, with thousands of variations, at any time. This is not recorded waveforms or sound fragments but truly synthetic sound.


I used Audition to create a WAV file that contains only the 72 allophones of the demo mode, and to store their boundaries into the so called "cue list" - this is a data list inside each WAV file which can be used to store the positions and lengths of sections within the audio recording. It's pretty much the same as the track list of CDs. Cue list entries can also have named labels and written comments, which, BTW, makes the cue list very useful for transcribing EVP recordings.

You may download the Speakjet Allophones wav file by right clicking the link below and clicking save link as :

Download SpeakJet Allophones


If you have not downloaded the EVPmaker software, please do so by clicking HERE


Here's the List on how it works:

1. Open the EVPmaker program and check the box marked "use cue list" and everything else should get grayed out.

2. Uncheck Z-cross if it's checked

3. Top left there is a folder, click on that and find (SJ-Allophones) and double click that file. You should now see that file at the top in the blue section showing it loaded.

4. Go to Extras on top and click speed control, that will make the speed control bar come up

5. Set the speed to 90%

6. Click on the yellow arrow, next to the green arrow up top and it will start randomly spitting out vocal segments of various tones they will use to form voices.

7. Experiment with different speeds if you like and ask questions just like a regular box session and record it and go over it. You should get some real time answers too.

8. It's different than a box, no radio is involved.


All the best

Arwin John



Record the EVPmaker sound via a microphone into a recorder - this may be a digital voice recorder, a cassette recorder, or even an audio recording software on the same computer. Say or ask something, and leave pauses between your questions to allow for responses. With some practice you may be able to hear EVP responses immediately; in this case you could try to to conduct a direct two-way communication. Don't let the session last for longer than 5 minutes. When you listen to the recording afterwards, you will probably find more EVP. Instead of making one single session of several minutes with a number of questions, you can also make multiple short recordings, each with only one question asked, and played back immediately to get the answer. This might me easier than a direct conversation at the beginning.