From: Kemal Onyurt <kemalonyurt@ya...> - 2005-12-17 12:43:15
I need to extract the whisper(actually we are not
sure) in water sound.
do u know any service who can say THERE IS A REALLY
WHISPER IN THIS FILE OR NO THERE IS NO WHISPER ITS
ONLY ECHO OF WATER..
ppl its really important if u help me I will be really happy..
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From: Phil Nelson <pdn@PhilNelson.DNSalias.net> - 2005-12-17 16:55:50
Kemal Onyurt wrote:
>I need to extract the whisper(actually we are not
>sure) in water sound.
>do u know any service who can say THERE IS A REALLY
>WHISPER IN THIS FILE OR NO THERE IS NO WHISPER ITS
>ONLY ECHO OF WATER..
>ppl its really important if u help me I will be really happy..
It seems unlikely, unless the whisperer was very loud or close to
the microphone. The sound of running water is (if I remember from
reading spy novels) used precisely to mask a conversation so that
it can't be overheard or recorded.
From: Sami Jumppanen <sami.jumppanen@gm...> - 2005-12-18 05:42:44
Hey, to me this "problem" looks like phishing! I just don't understand
the messages, I don't believe they're genuine. The past two messages
have been too strange to be true.
- CAPITAL text in the subject
* Too inaccurate in content:
- what file? no background info (and this could have been formatted as
a general problem, not private)
- a friend has it? (why isn't it available on some website for
checking it out - ok not all have web access, or other tech issue)
- what really is in the mentioned file? a whisper - but maybe not!?
- very difficult problem (noise on noise)
- this is actually not related to using Audacity
* This was the second help request message here, and:
- still no descriptive or otherwise normal looking subject
- no reference to the previous message
I am very sorry if I'm wrong, but I've seen too many messages that
look like "hey, this I'll got to take part in" but they've been just
Sami "Some-E" Jumppanen