I've watched the analysis. I've also run the sound through several plugins. I removed the MIDS to find out what I already suspected because of what my
ears were telling me during the removal process - the strange sound was actually stereo and not mono like I recalled hearing it earlier today. Now
bear with me on this. Since the strange sound is not MONO, what I explained above does not apply, hence I won't be uploading any audio files. But
there's no need to.
Because my ears told me what they told me earlier today when I heard it for the first time - although the sound does not appear to be mono, it is
centered in a very wrong way according to the the background noise. (just as Jade stated). I'll try to expalin but I don't know to what extent I'll be
clear about this.
We have: wind, breathing, crackles, crackles and all of that is background noise. These are quite low in volume, as well as being spread more widely
in the stereo field, resulting in more rapid fluctuations between the right and left channel (clearly seen on a stereo meter when the strange sound
remains quiet and only background noise is heard). On the other hand, we have the strange noise which is the loudest. Whenever it appears back in the
mix it hits at a very tight left-to-right-channel ratio. In other words, there is only a slight difference in the ratio between the left and right
channel meters each time a volume peak of the pulsating strange hits.
A) Background noise only - rapid fluctuations between the left and right channels.
B) Background noise + strange noise - constant ratio being kept between the left and right channels, with small fluctuations being apperant each times
the pulsation hits, due to the background noise still being a part of the general mix, although quiet.
This is most apperant when you listen at the 11th second of the recording, when a new series of pulsations begin. I guess not many people have the
chance to take a look at a two-channel volume meter. And since I don't have a screen capturing software on my other computer which I use for work, and
I will never connect it to the Internet, it would be too time and energy consuming to make a video about it. And it's pointless, because the analyzer
that jade uses in the video shows the exact same thing and should help you get a clearer view of what she and I mean. (Bear in mind that the recording
in its whole has been panned a bit to the left, so the center is offset to the left.)
When considering Jade's analysis, points #1 and #3 are no longer proof that the audio itself was altered, because hiii admitted he replaced the video
with a photo and left only the original audio. Both #1 and #3 are results of his editting. But #2 not only holds up, it's clear as day for me that the
audio has been tampered with.
Now that we know that the audio is not from the same date, this is what I believe is happening. A lot of people heard this strange sound. Someone
among all of the people who heard it, thought it was a bright idea to browse the web for a sound similar to the one heard, make a quick sloppy audio
edit, and then brag about being the only person to have recorded this weird happening... Just the way I see it.
My last thoughts on this long post - if we consider that this sound from the recording is very similar, if not identical to the one that you actually
heard, to me this sounds like machinery. Probably heavy. It has a rhythmic property. Doesn't sound like jet engines at all.
Now, who's the one behind the hoaxing, that'll remain a mistery for me, simply cause I don't care.
edit on 22-4-2015 by ch1n1t0 because: (no