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Another strange sound, sounds a little different, very eerie

 
dudeguyman
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Another strange sound, sounds a little different, very eerie
Haven't heard one like this

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Re: Another strange sound, sounds a little different, very eerie
Creepy stuff.
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Re: Another strange sound, sounds a little different, very eerie
Creepy stuff.
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Re: Another strange sound, sounds a little different, very eerie
You know people keep posting on YouTube and here about stereo sound and MIDI files and mono footsteps. I just don't get that. I had a degree in radio & TV b'cast and have run audio boards on radio and TV. Just basic stuff, but these remarks from so-called "audio" experts don't make sense to me. When I was younger, I used a tape recorder to tape some of my journey's in London. The sound of the city, or farther north, the Avon river, or swans etc. are booming all around me but you can still hear my footsteps as I'm walking. You can hear me panting walking up hills and yet hear church bells booming seemingly "in stereo" while I'm walking. These debunkers just aren't working for me. If I see something that I think is fake however, I would easily say so too.

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