posted on Jun, 25 2015 @ 01:14 AM
In theory any form of audio sound recorder using an acoustic microphone should be capable of recording EVP.
If the phenomenon is real I have trouble believing that only old type magnetic tape could record it, get any sound recorder, hit record. play it back
later see what it picked up.
You don't need some stupid app to do that. Anyone telling you otherwise is scamming you.
EVP, whatever it is can come through a number of things. I heard firsthand through a vintage telephone in the uk from the late 1950's other phone
conversations and dial tones as well as music as did everyone in my family. This thing had no internal battery or capicitors and was not wired into
the wall or any phone network in any way. I remember a lot of the things I would hear would be very strange. Eventually it stopped doing this and
would also only do it in a certain area of the house. I remember dismantling this thing years later and figuring out that this had been a civil
defence issue phone my dad had got from the Police substation he worked at in the outskirts of Aberdeen, Scotland when they upgraded the phone system
in the mid 70's. As far as I could tell it had some kind of radioactive battery in the handset that might cause it to emit audio through the speaker.
Seemed to act like the luminosity on an old watch dial but more like the fading in and out of old nighttime AM broadcasts. I probably got into
electronics because of this thing puzzling the # out of me. Audio signals caused by an internal radioactive source I can almost buy, maybe even dial
tones. Voices and chanting incoherent weirdness not so much.
If I hadn't heard this happen firsthand, and being a radio guy I would have put this kind of thing down to atmospheric DX'ing and related type RF
noise stuff. However I'm 100% sure some of it is something else.
Trust me, I hate having to admit there might be something to this. I have outside and inside mics in our security system and it picks up weird #
sometimes. Almost like the old numbers stations.
So, anything that amplifies sound electronically is going to pick this stuff up. You just need to record it.