I've never heard of them.
(I do make them on occasion though)
That is some interesting stuff there, people see unidentified things all the time.. so why not hear things that are unexplainable? I mean, it makes
sense doesn't it?
I really have no idea as to what they could be from, since I don't have much knowledge of underwater audio recordings. (short of sticking a mic into
a condom and putting it into a washing machine)
Here is some things to think about:
Water, or any other liquid as a sound carrier differs from air in terms of frequency response and time. From what I have been reading, there are many
variables that come into play... from depth, the amount particulate matter suspended in the liquid, to something as trivial as temperature. All of
these things can obscure a "true" sound and alter its characteristics.
What does all of this this mean you may ask?
Your all's guess is as good as mine. With there being untold amounts of species in our oceans, it is not defying my own logic to say that... well..
this could very well be a sound from some beastly thing we have yet to discover, or even vehicles that we know nothing of. I have no proof for that of
course, it's just a hypothesis I have.
Here is a link that explains (in some depth) the sound in water thing I was speaking of:
On "the bloop" sound, well it sounds to me like a bubbly bloop thing.. (aptly named) which is what I would expect if it is sped up 16x. I would say
that if it is slowed down to it's original length it would be one big droney-ambient wash. Most likely being ELF waves that won't come out of normal
speakers, but it could be a fun experiment for me anyway. (I dig ambient)
So, sure... why not unidentified sounds?
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