Last week, I discovered that silent sounds can be recorded.

After watching videos by fellow target and YouTuber, Lookout fa Charlie, in which he purportedly picked up his own silent sounds on a lavalier microphone, I decided to try my hand at it.

I ordered several microphones from Amazon. The first one that arrived turned out to be much larger than I expected. It was a larger metal mic, too small to insert into my ear or put in my mouth, as he had done but I put it up to my ear and low and behold, immediately picked up on voices, apparent even without any amplification or noise reduction!

The smaller microphones arrived and I tried his method but didn’t have as much luck. The metal covering on the larger microphone appears to function as a sort of antenna.

I downloaded Audacity and began to play around with the recordings and found even more voices when I amplified the recordings by 30 to 50 decibels and removed noise. Compression makes them stand out even more but at the time of this video, I hadn’t discovered that or learned how to use the spectral editor, which is great for removing the bizarre electronic sounds I also pick up, which I speculate are intended to induce a desired emotional state, based on what I have learned about remote neural monitoring and silent sound technology.

Unfortunately, when the sounds are uploaded to YouTube, they take a major hit in quality. I intend to upload both the raw files and the cleaned up versions to Soundhound, in the near future.

This is the first video I made, demonstrating the sounds I picked up.

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