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Originally posted by AeonStorm
reply to post by zeeon
Zeeon, I find you're post intriguing and I have to say that I'm also in the tech industry and have 12 years experience with digital audio.
I really wished that you would have provided equal scales in regards to time. This is HUGELY important. You're first picture is most definitely to scale, however I would like to see the second pic/sample scaled equally as well. What's curious are the waveforms that seem "cut" or left out between the two yet leaving a steady stream of noise. This suggests that it may noy be a simple copy or cut and past job.However this can can be done by finding the zero cross and perhaps copying the background noise from some point else where in the audio.
I'm curious because it seems like the audio clips that you have sampled seems to be related to the second picture. Its that correct? If not please correct me.
What I am seeing in the first picture is proof that the sound does/may have a correlation in regards to time but not amplitude and also not pitch (a separate picture of the Hz at certain times would be most welcome) also there are peaks missing in the Kiev audio that are not present in the Conklin audio
and Vice Versa.
If indeed a filter was used can you replicate it besides comparing just the two videos? I of course would use the Kiev audio to try to recreate this as from what little audio I've heard in your samples between the two the Kiev audio seems to have a higher bitrate (and therefore resolution). I would expect that if this were a hoax that it would not be difficult to change these parameters to match the Conklin video.
Also could you make the audio clips longer and possibly do a third clip that overlays the two?
I'm not trying to be a d**k and I do know that filters could definitely alter the time, amplitude, and pitch but I am truly curious.
This doesn't look as clean to me as others may see it. Especially with the small amplitude peaks occurring at different times between the two clips as you've shown in the first picture.
ETA If you don't wish to do all that work could you please just add the spectrum's of the samples you took and include the pitch, time, and amplitude?edit on 19-1-2012 by AeonStorm because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Nuchimic
I know this is fake because my girlfriend knows the people who made the video. It is just oil rig noises.
Originally posted by PatientZer0
reply to post by zeeon
That has to be one of the most piss-poor puff pieces I have looked at in awhile. Audio tech?!...I think not Bob.