Post by Jason Burke
?????? BOZ, Jason Burke and "Mark", if I may ask...
I believe you're spamming the group.
Being as there's nothing at either of those URLs and all.
Thanks for playing!
???????? Seriously, Jason, I'm not and I deeply apologize for the failed
and corrected my mistake. I do not know what happened with the two links,
but they were defective, so I reloaded the clips with new URL's.
?? The reason I posted them is, besides myself and Marsh, you, Mark
have been the only people commenting on this thread.
?? The (newly) posted URL's are two audio clips of the transmission
believes is "Murray keep your mic off", concentrating mostly on the last
two, and most audible words of the transmission. In other words, according
to "Gknoll", you are hearing the words "mic off". I want folks to know
that the words are not "mic off" because there is another syllable in the
speech.?? Since last year, I came across a superior copy of channel
1--compared to anything I have heard, to date. I played this clip for
people on Facebook, and also for a friend who is a former police officer.
I did not tell any of them where this came from, what words they are
supposed to be hearing, I just asked if they would say what they think
they hear. Not one of them could even make it out at normal tempo or with
the background noise interfering with the speech. When I shared the
cleaned up version with the tempo slowed and the background noise removed,
no one heard only two words or two syllables. Most said three syllables
and some said they heard four.?? As for trying to guess what was being
said, no one heard the words "mic off" or "Murray, Keep your mic off".
Only one person heard the word "Market", no one else could make any of it
?? If you listen to these two clips, you have the opportunity to hear the
transmission as it was recorded on 11/22/63, and you have the opportunity
to hear the transmission filtered, with background noise removed,
background noise removed at regular speed and background noise and
filtered with the tempo slowed all without altering the natural pitch of
the voice. The word "Market" is very clear, the word "Hall" is not.?? The
transmission preceding this transmission was in total reference to a
problem at Market Hall, and an unknown officer clearly responded a few
seconds later regarding Market Hall.
I am deeply sorry about the mix up with the YouTube URL's. I took care of
the problem and re-posted them in hopes that you'll give me a second