Sunday, July 22, 2012

TECHNOLOGY | Use Adobe Audition to spy on chatty demons

Even a cheap cellphone placed on the floor with the sound recorder on can pick up demonic/human conversation in almost any room in your house, including the basement and attic, with the help of sound-processing software, such as Adobe Audition (free for 30 days at
Adobe Audition can be downloaded and used for free for 30 days
This article helps you get started with spying on roommates or finding out what the ghosts in your attic are up to using a real-world audio file (made on a Huawei Ascend M860) of humans and demons collaborating in the basement of my current residence, and using Adobe Audition to cull conversation from the background noise.

So, here's how to get started on the path to a career in demon or human (or both) espionage:
  1. Download the 'before' audio file from MediaFire and, then, open it with Adobe Audition.

  2. In Audition, increase the volume by 30 dB by rotating the knob on this palette twice to the right:

  3. Select the region of the audio track as shown (approx. 2:20 to 3:50):

  4. On the Effects menu, point to Noise Reduction / Restoration, and then click Adaptive Noise Reduction; then, on the Effect - Adaptive Noise Reduction palette (below), adjust the settings as shown:

  5. Finally, press the space bar to start playing the file.
You will hear many overlapping voices, so adjust the various sliders on the palette until you have isolated one or two, and then listen. Experiment with the combinations that work best.

You can then download the 'after' file to compare your results with mine.

If you are unable to make this work for you, simply let me know at
NOTE | To learn how to uncover demons in a video shot in the dark, read Blending Quicktime Video Layers to Penetrate Demon Cloaks.

VIDEO TIMELINE | Flying (Glowing) Demonic Entity

The original, uncompressed version of Flying (Glowing) Demonic Entity is added to the Demonic Activity Video Timeline calendar on December 19th, 2011, at 6:38 AM.
All five still frames showing the entity, layered one on top of the other for better viewing

To view this movie, use Quicktime Player, and see more clearly what media-sharing websites, such as YouTube, Vimeo and Facebook, render virtually unwatchable by and through their compression scheme that is applied to all video files stored on their servers.

In this video, a flying and glowing demonic entity noisily flaps past my cellphone video camera, which I was holding in my hand as I entered a darkened apartment one early December morning last year. Because of the sound it made and the recent incursions into my apartment by other flying demonic entities (see Two Demonic Entities Fly Into My Apartment), I am assuming that's what it is; however, the yellow light could also be a demonic entities teleporting, as many entities, including sucker demons do (that is, shrivel into a yellow dot that shoots outward before dimming like a spark from a fire).

VIDEO | Flying (Glowing) Demonic Entity

As I entered my apartment one dark, early December morning, a flying demonic entity slipped past the cellphone video camera I held in my hand:

Even, though I didn't see it, I did hear it (be sure to turn up your volume); but, even still, I surmise that it is one of the same creatures that flew into my apartment, as shown in Two Demonic Entities Fly into My Apartment—the very first video in which I caught two creatures not indigenous to this realm:

Both of these videos are of the poorest quality in my collection; but, they are authentic, and demonstrate that there are more than just "demons" at play, but actual animals that come from their realm, too.
NOTE | The entity gliding across the floor at the bottom of the screen appears to overlap the mirror on the door; but, that's not an indication of a falsified video. Rather, it's something about older cellphone video cameras rendering speeding objects over slow-moving backgrounds incorrectly. I read an article on the Internet about that. Wish I had kept it.
I lost this video for awhile, and had to export it again from iMovie. I can see why I never released it before; there are so many better ones. But, now that I've established an extensive collection of videos, these that may not show very much are that much more credible. I have tons of videos with near-sightings in them that would make much more sense to release now than it did back when they were made. Sometimes, I don't release even a half-way decent video until I've caught whatever it is in the video at least twice.