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wow!!! Rumbling noise over Edinburgh, Scotland.........................

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posted on Mar, 22 2011 @ 05:35 PM
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I live in west Edinburgh Scotland, UK....
I just took my dog out and I could hear a plane....but it lasted about 15 minutes....
Same noise, didnt get higher or lower in volume, seemed to be coming from directly above.
Just stuck my head out of the window and both My partner, my son who is 17 and I can still hear it...
Its not as noisey, but its like the distant humming off a plane ...but its not going away..

Anyone else in North West Edinburgh hearing this........

THIS IS CRAZY..
I have spent the last week or so reading all these threads..and I hear these/very similar noises myself.
I have a VERY clear view of Edinburgh Airport and can see both flight paths (in and out) and there are NO planes in the sky I can see, and I can see for miles....

Anyone??????????????????

22:33pm, 22nd march 2011....< posted.
22:10pm, 22nd march 2011 ..< heard the noise...still hearing it.
Tried to captrue it with my camera...but my camera isnt picking the noise up...

Im losing my mind,




posted on Mar, 22 2011 @ 05:38 PM
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reply to post by shauny
 


I've heard the same thing where I live, so I know what you mean. Very weird.

I'm on the other side of the world from you, though, so sorry I can't directly back you up there, mate.



posted on Mar, 22 2011 @ 05:39 PM
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reply to post by shauny
 
where is the sound bite?
That would help to make this a little more believable



posted on Mar, 22 2011 @ 05:45 PM
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Originally posted by shauny


22:33pm, 22nd march 2011....< posted.
22:10pm, 22nd march 2011 ..< heard the noise...still hearing it.
Tried to captrue it with my camera...but my camera isnt picking the noise up...



He said his camera is not picking it up.


Second line...

edit on 22-3-2011 by KingJod because: (no reason given)



posted on Mar, 22 2011 @ 05:48 PM
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Originally posted by KingJod

Originally posted by shauny


22:33pm, 22nd march 2011....< posted.
22:10pm, 22nd march 2011 ..< heard the noise...still hearing it.
Tried to captrue it with my camera...but my camera isnt picking the noise up...



He said his camera is not picking it up.


Second line...

edit on 22-3-2011 by KingJod because: (no reason given)


I recorded it...put it on pc and cant hear it....
Dont ask, im as confused as anyone.

And I dont understand the question re: the sound below my 1st post.....

PS: My camera is from my phone....



posted on Mar, 22 2011 @ 05:49 PM
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Originally posted by Lil Drummerboy
reply to post by shauny
 
where is the sound bite?
That would help to make this a little more believable



Not following........
34th line



posted on Mar, 22 2011 @ 05:49 PM
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reply to post by shauny
 


I heard the same exact thing here in New Jersey a few weeks back..just like a plane but it last for an hour..and it was lower then the latest video from florida (which by the way would have scared the living #e out of me) it was a noticable low rumble just as you explained your event now...something is definitley up..wtf people..are we really about to witness at cataclysm?



posted on Mar, 22 2011 @ 05:52 PM
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Give me that sound clip you rec...

its very easy to boost the sound... if there is any rumbling sounds in there.. im 100 % I can find it

gimme !



posted on Mar, 22 2011 @ 05:53 PM
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if u manage to record the sound and actually play it on your computer it will sound different, they are magnetic field disruptions sending signal vibrations to your ear, this is why it sounds different when u record or cant record at all. Magnetic pole shift is underway and it is increasing in speed exponentially, its just matter of time we get actual physical pole shift, then we are toast



posted on Mar, 22 2011 @ 06:04 PM
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Amazing, this is a strange occurrence. Waiting to hear it myself, here in NY. Sound is difficult to figure the direction. Sound ricochets off objects making it hard to figure the exact position of sound. Wonder if it is above our atmosphere, like the movie Independence Day, waiting for grand entry. First we have snow storms that have lightening in the midwest, now we have all over the world a sound of something big occurring. Very mysterious.



posted on Mar, 22 2011 @ 06:05 PM
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Originally posted by shauny
I live in west Edinburgh Scotland, UK....
I just took my dog out and I could hear a plane....but it lasted about 15 minutes....
Same noise, didnt get higher or lower in volume, seemed to be coming from directly above.
Just stuck my head out of the window and both My partner, my son who is 17 and I can still hear it...
Its not as noisey, but its like the distant humming off a plane ...but its not going away..

Anyone else in North West Edinburgh hearing this........

THIS IS CRAZY..
I have spent the last week or so reading all these threads..and I hear these/very similar noises myself.
I have a VERY clear view of Edinburgh Airport and can see both flight paths (in and out) and there are NO planes in the sky I can see, and I can see for miles....

Anyone??????????????????

22:33pm, 22nd march 2011....< posted.
22:10pm, 22nd march 2011 ..< heard the noise...still hearing it.
Tried to captrue it with my camera...but my camera isnt picking the noise up...

Im losing my mind,



I can explain why. If this rumbling sound is below a certain frequency, then a cheap camera mic won't pick it up, you need specialised equipment to pick up the varying frequencies.

and yes, please feel free to u2u me with a link to the sound. If you need hosting advice, I can help you.
edit on 22-3-2011 by mr-lizard because: (no reason given)



posted on Mar, 22 2011 @ 06:08 PM
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Originally posted by Vandalour
Give me that sound clip you rec...

its very easy to boost the sound... if there is any rumbling sounds in there.. im 100 % I can find it

gimme !


What technique will you use? Compression or EQ sweeping / filtering? Or what? Just out of interest.



posted on Mar, 22 2011 @ 06:17 PM
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Actually, I heard something very similar earlier this year/late last year (in the early hours of the morning) in Wales. The noise was rumbling, appeared to be coming from the sky and was conspicuous by how prolonged it was.

Actually, a fellow poster noted similar experiences in the same area - I'd meant to reply at the time but unfortunately never got around to it.

For reference: Link

Bizarre stuff

edit on 22/3/11 by lizziejayne because: (no reason given)



posted on Mar, 22 2011 @ 06:24 PM
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Cool Edit pro will do all the work, and mine is in danish.. but its faily easy to boost the sound without creating to much unwanted distortion. ofc it depens of the sound format and overall quality....

I REFUSE to belive this rumbling in the jungle stories before I get a recording of it that I can analyse...



posted on Mar, 22 2011 @ 06:30 PM
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Originally posted by Vandalour
reply to post by mr-lizard
 


Cool Edit pro will do all the work, and mine is in danish.. but its faily easy to boost the sound without creating to much unwanted distortion. ofc it depens of the sound format and overall quality....

I REFUSE to belive this rumbling in the jungle stories before I get a recording of it that I can analyse...


Then don't forget you'll never get a clear and accurate recording of it, without first:

A) locating a source of the sound

B) Determining it's frequency

C) Using the relative microphones to pick it up. As most mic's that record low frequencies tend to be ranged based and specialist.



posted on Mar, 22 2011 @ 06:41 PM
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Originally posted by mr-lizard

Originally posted by Vandalour
reply to post by mr-lizard
 


Cool Edit pro will do all the work, and mine is in danish.. but its faily easy to boost the sound without creating to much unwanted distortion. ofc it depens of the sound format and overall quality....

I REFUSE to belive this rumbling in the jungle stories before I get a recording of it that I can analyse...


Then don't forget you'll never get a clear and accurate recording of it, without first:

A) locating a source of the sound

B) Determining it's frequency

C) Using the relative microphones to pick it up. As most mic's that record low frequencies tend to be ranged based and specialist.


low freq sounds are still air being moved around... any mic going to "feel" this to some extent. I dont need a "accurate" recording I just want to confirm that somehing is there, and not just belive random people I dont know.
worth a try atleast, dont you think ?



posted on Mar, 22 2011 @ 07:37 PM
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I have played it on my phone..got my son to fart about with the sound (hes good with things like that) and there is NOTHING there on my phone.. I have a decent camera..just didnt have batteries to hand..

Annoying....

Still at the window every 10 mins to see if I can hear it again..

It was like a plane...but the same noise,,,,not going anywhere...wasnt even like a helicopter hovering either...
Very strange and disturbing sound..

There must be "SOMEONE" near Edinburgh who heard this...................



posted on Mar, 22 2011 @ 07:47 PM
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As I say, a camera phone mic will never pick up low frequencies. They're just not designed for it.

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Vandalour


low freq sounds are still air being moved around... any mic going to "feel" this to some extent. I dont need a "accurate" recording I just want to confirm that somehing is there, and not just belive random people I dont know. worth a try atleast, dont you think ?


No. I don't think 'any' mic will feel it at all. Yes you DO need an accurate recording, otherwise you may just be picking up the noise of a passing truck, or the wind. You need to find the source, then you need to have a decent microphone which will be sensitive to such frequencies, then you can examine the wave form.

Otherwise why would I believe you? I've been studying acoustics and sound for five years. I asked you what you'd be doing to the sound you recorded and you said you be 'boosting' it on a piece of software, giving me no indication you even know what process you are using.

Please explain how you will get any substantial results by using 'any' microphone to 'boost' a sound that you have no idea of its source or its frequency range?



posted on Mar, 22 2011 @ 08:37 PM
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Originally posted by mr-lizard
reply to post by shauny
 


As I say, a camera phone mic will never pick up low frequencies. They're just not designed for it.

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Vandalour


low freq sounds are still air being moved around... any mic going to "feel" this to some extent. I dont need a "accurate" recording I just want to confirm that somehing is there, and not just belive random people I dont know. worth a try atleast, dont you think ?


No. I don't think 'any' mic will feel it at all. Yes you DO need an accurate recording, otherwise you may just be picking up the noise of a passing truck, or the wind. You need to find the source, then you need to have a decent microphone which will be sensitive to such frequencies, then you can examine the wave form.

Otherwise why would I believe you? I've been studying acoustics and sound for five years. I asked you what you'd be doing to the sound you recorded and you said you be 'boosting' it on a piece of software, giving me no indication you even know what process you are using.

Please explain how you will get any substantial results by using 'any' microphone to 'boost' a sound that you have no idea of its source or its frequency range?


correct, not all mics are capable of capturing very low frequencies specially those attached to cell phones, you actually cut a lot of low frequencies (high frequencies too) to mimic phone sound on a recording, i do believe that phones also sample sounds at a low sampling rate, 8khz or a little higher, you will not be able to capture a full sound spectrum at such a low sampling rate, you need at least 44.1 khz, a rumbling sound will fall under 100 Hz, thats very low for a cell phone mic and out of its hearing range, boosting the gain of the audio clip will only raise the volume of all the background noise that is in the range of the phone mic, no amount of Equalization will restore the lost frequencies if it is not there at the first place.

my 2 c



posted on Mar, 22 2011 @ 08:54 PM
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Exactly. You cannot boost what is not there. Transduction and observing the data should be a careful process. As even recreating the analogue signal into a digital one is not wholly accurate.








 
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