10789Re: HUM_FORUM: Analysis of Hum Simulation Audio Files
- Dec 1, 2008
> ... on the Moir Recording.Of course, and others agree with you and, thus, his MP3 is the defacto
standard model, apparently. I can't tell you that it doesn't sound like
yours; you can be the only judge of that. I just don't believe it is
The Hum; and Moir himself discounts his results.
From TJMoir's web site (http://www.massey.ac.nz/~tjmoir/hum.html), this
is the defacto Moir "recording" :
http://www.massey.ac.nz/~tjmoir/realhum.wav of 15Nov(2006?) at
Glenfield/Auckland. Also from that site is a longer recording said to
be from the same location: http://www.massey.ac.nz/~tjmoir/meur.mp3 .
They are quite different. To choose one sound and propose it is The
Hum, and not the other, seems arbitrary, I think, lacking an explanation
of the methods. There exist no field notes of the events, no photos, no
prepared paper, and TJMoir isn't talking. This is poor quality data.
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