I was playing my guitar amp(digital) today and noticed after turning my guitars volumn down all the way that I heard some type of voice in the noise(sorta like those that think they recorded some ghosts talking.)
The first think I captured is something about god or eygpt or something. The wierd thing is that it fades in and out of clarity and strenght.
Heres a clip of one part. I did some noise reduction to try and make it a little more clear.
In the whole thing there sounds like some russian speak and some music. I played around with the tone and drive controls on my amp to try and see if I could "tune" it but I don't think I had any luck. That clip has the most audible sound. Everything else is much harder to hear.
I'm curious as to where this possibily comes from. Is it radio stations or TV or maybe Ham?
Also, would the problem possibily be from the design of the amp being bad or is this just noise that happens to be picked up by all equipment? (its not audiable with normal use of the amp).
One more thing: Why does the sound seem to fade in and out? It seems to do this in a consistent basis as if there is a low frequency envelope modifying the stength of the signal.
P.S. I'm wondering if this is where people that claim to hear god,ghosts, etc.. get the signals from. At first, when I heard it I wasn't sure what it was but after some time I heard some voices and it sounded like I was picking up a phone conversation(like sometimes the wireless phones do).
It made me think of that show about ghosts were they would try and be scientific and they would record some spot and then claim that they captured some ghost like voice saying someones name. Most likely they are just hearing things but then I thought maybe that the internal circuitry might be picking up signals from something and that might explain it.