EVP Videos – Your Questions Answered
Today, by popular request, I have more videos for you. Since my first post on EVP, I've received even MORE questions about this topic. People have asked for help with recording EVP, what software to use, what tape recorder to use, why the voices sound whispery/quiet, and a whole lot more.
Today, I'm going to answer some of your questions in a video. But before I do that, take a look at this video which features EVP on prime-time news (Fox News). Warning: The volume is very low, so be sure to turn up your speakers…
In Video # 2, I answer some of your most commonly asked questions about EVP. I've also included 8 tips to help you capture EVP's. You can watch EVP Video # 2 here. This is a 7-minute video presentation that I created using a new software program called Camtasia Studio. My audio editing is pretty rough (far from smooth) – but I hope you enjoy the content.
I will be creating more videos for you over the next couple of months, so be sure to let me know what you think. If you have a question about ghost hunting, EVP's or anything related to paranormal investigation, you can ask your question here.
Not all EVP audio recordings are clear enough to understand what is being said. EVP researchers use the following "classes" to determine how clear a particular EVP is.
Class A - Class A voices can be heard and understood over a speaker by most people. Just because a voice is loud does not mean it is a Class A recording. Recordings of this type must be capable of being understood by most people.
Class B - Class B voices can be heard over a speaker but not everyone will agree about what was said. Most EVP recordings fall into Class B.
Class C - Class C voices can only be heard with headphones and are usually difficult to understand. Note: Class B or C voices can have one or two clearly understood words.
It's normal to feel frustrated when you can't understand what's being said on an EVP recording. Understand though, that not all EVP's can be understood. Some of them will always remain a mystery.