Tuesday, June 28, 2011

WavePad Analyzes Electronic Voice Phenomena

Guest post by Shawna Hunter, investigator with Florida Paranormal Research

Electronic Voice Phenomena EVP sound wavesI love using WavePad Sound Editor from NCH Software to listen to EVPs, or Electronic Voice Phenomena. EVPs are believed to be possible communication with different entities in the paranormal realm. When investigating paranormal activity audio recordings can be made and analyzed later, sometimes bring sounds and patterns to the surface that I didn't pick up with my ears alone, but after I review the audio, using WavePad, there's an EVP! The opposite is sometimes also true and I will personally hear something with during the investigation that is never caught on the digital audio recorder. It really is amazing stuff.

I use WavePad as a tool to review the audio from our investigations. It is a very user-friendly tool. I can cut a section of the audio, amplify, slow-down, and even loop the clip of audio in question. This enables me to show our clients the evidence in a clip. This is one of the easiest programs to use that I have come across for reviewing audio in regards to the capture of EVPs. I suggest WavePad as a tool to help anyone who is looking for an easy to use audio program for the capture of EVPs from their audio recordings.

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  1. Wavepad is really neat. I tried many old useless programs over and over before this one came in. Thanks for the guide, I think it's important for people to learn more about making audio work more effective.

  2. From my point of view Wave pad is one of the great tool to make a good and effective video. If we use it than i might be useful for you to make an good video or you can use a voice recognition is well from it.

    EVP Videos

  3. Has a question. I was doing a recording test just saying hello a few times and when I played it back I heard something on the recording that I didn't hear while I was recording. I was recording in a quiet room. Can wavepad really catch EVPs recording by itself?