Sound Recording – Borealnet http://borealnet.org/ Tue, 22 Nov 2022 14:43:42 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://borealnet.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-3-150x150.png Sound Recording – Borealnet http://borealnet.org/ 32 32 Etsy’s Black Friday Sale Offers Big Discounts on Personalized Music Gifts https://borealnet.org/etsys-black-friday-sale-offers-big-discounts-on-personalized-music-gifts/ Tue, 22 Nov 2022 12:31:30 +0000 https://borealnet.org/etsys-black-friday-sale-offers-big-discounts-on-personalized-music-gifts/ Black Friday week has officially started and that means the Black Friday Music Deals begin to come in droves and quickly. And while many major online retailers are getting involved in cutting music tech prices, Etsy has also held its own Cyber ​​Sales event. There are hundreds of music-themed items available at discounted prices, covering […]]]>

Black Friday week has officially started and that means the Black Friday Music Deals begin to come in droves and quickly. And while many major online retailers are getting involved in cutting music tech prices, Etsy has also held its own Cyber ​​Sales event.

There are hundreds of music-themed items available at discounted prices, covering a huge range of perfect products.

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Barlow’s third-period outburst extends Offense’s winning streak in Oshawa https://borealnet.org/barlows-third-period-outburst-extends-offenses-winning-streak-in-oshawa/ Sat, 19 Nov 2022 03:14:52 +0000 https://borealnet.org/barlows-third-period-outburst-extends-offenses-winning-streak-in-oshawa/ Breadcrumb Links Sports local sports Content of the article Taos Jordan grew up just a bit north of Oshawa in Brooklyn, so maybe he knows a little better than most how the boards work inside the Tribute Communities Center. Advertisement 2 This ad has not loaded yet, but your article continues below. Content of the […]]]>

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Taos Jordan grew up just a bit north of Oshawa in Brooklyn, so maybe he knows a little better than most how the boards work inside the Tribute Communities Center.

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He has to because he played the angles and predicted the rebound perfectly on a play designed in the neutral zone leading to the game-winning goal Friday night as the Owen Sound offense outscored the Oshawa Generals 3-2.

Jordan slammed the puck onto the end boards of his own blue line, and Colby Barlow won the discus race as he leapt into the slot, calling off the icing call, before slamming it home for put Owen Sound ahead with less than four minutes to play.

From there, Nick Chenard shut the door in his first game after missing nine games with injury. The overage goaltender made several saves as Oshawa pushed in the final minute with the extra forward on the ice.

With the win, Owen Sound extends their winning streak to four games and jumps to 13-6-0-0 on the year, while the Oshawa Generals’ winless streak increases to eight games and their record drops to 5 -11-0-2. .

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Either the glass is lower in Oshawa or the members of the Owen Sound Attack defense are in trouble with Gennies fans because Jordan and Cal Uens were given late game penalties after sending pucks in. seats in the first period.

Two of four minor penalties the Bears ate in the first period, as well as a ten-minute misconduct penalty to Julian Fantino for a mouthguard violation.

The Attack managed to limit the damage even with the parry to the penalty box. Brett Harrison fired a shot that bounced off Ryan Gagnier and off Chenard’s glove 1:45 from the frame, but it was the only goal Oshawa scored in four power-play chances.

Owen Sound’s best chance of the period came on a power play. Backup goaltender Carter Bickle, playing only his fifth game of the season, robbed Deni Goure with an acrobatic split save, putting his skate blade on the puck to prevent a goal.

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Ethan Burroughs put things together in less than a minute in the second period. The Georgetown native rushed down the right wing around a defender before making a scoring move to beat the goalkeeper.

Just 28 seconds later, with Owen Sound on the power play, Goure collected the puck off a Generals defenseman for his 13th goal of the 2022-23 season.

Owen Sound enjoyed their first lead of the game for a few minutes before Ryder McIntrye answered the bell for the Gennies. The winger danced through the neutral zone and was wide before heading towards the net. Tyler Graham took the shot and McIntrye dropped the rebound in the air for the goal – his first of the season.

After 40 minutes, the teams were tied 2-2, with shots favoring Owen Sound 21-14.

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Owen Sound outshot Oshawa 9-7 in the third period, including the most important goal in Barlow’s 11th goal of the season.

Jordan collected a pair of assists in the contest.

Chenard made 19 saves on 21 shots in the game while Bickle edged 27 of the Attack’s 30 shots on goal.

Owen Sound returns home Saturday to take on the Central Division leaders and the undisputed best-dressed team in the Ontario Hockey League – the North Bay Battalion. The puck drop between the troops and the offense is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. inside the Harry Lumley Bayshore Community Center.

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The Owen Sound offense added another defenseman to a crowded fullback at the Bears’ den on Friday by acquiring 17-year-old James Petrovski from the Flint Firebirds for a trio of draft picks.

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Going to Flint in exchange for the Mississauga native are the Attack’s 2023 second-round pick and 2025 third-round pick as well as a fifth-round pick in next spring’s draft originally owned by the Bulldogs of Hamilton.

The decision gives Owen Sound nine defensemen on the roster, although Teddy Sawyer is out until the holidays with an injury.

The Firebirds selected Petrovski in the second round of the 2021 OHL Priority Selection Draft with the 33rd overall pick. The six-foot-three defenseman hasn’t lit up the scoreboard, with just four assists in 16 games this season, but appeared in 18 of the Firebirds’ 19 playoff games last season as a rookie while the Firebirds are went to Game 7 of the Western Conference Finals before losing to the Windsor Spitfires.

Petrovski will wear number 28 in Owen Sound.

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The Recorder – Persistent gunfire on property prompts demand for noise bylaw in Ashfield https://borealnet.org/the-recorder-persistent-gunfire-on-property-prompts-demand-for-noise-bylaw-in-ashfield/ Wed, 16 Nov 2022 02:28:17 +0000 https://borealnet.org/the-recorder-persistent-gunfire-on-property-prompts-demand-for-noise-bylaw-in-ashfield/ ASHFIELD – More than 100 people showed up at City Hall on Monday night for a public forum on gun noise, although some felt the conversation focused more on guns than gun sound. they generate. Gun noise has been a bone of contention in town because Jacky KD Shi, who owns a property at 620 […]]]>

ASHFIELD – More than 100 people showed up at City Hall on Monday night for a public forum on gun noise, although some felt the conversation focused more on guns than gun sound. they generate.

Gun noise has been a bone of contention in town because Jacky KD Shi, who owns a property at 620 West Road, used the property for target practice. However, any concerns about gun noise were on the table Monday.

Shi is a full-time resident of Wellesley who visits Ashfield on weekends for recreational activities. Neighbors have complained that Shi repeatedly disrupts their lives by firing high-capacity guns for hours on end.

One such neighbor was Joe Ragan, who said Shi fired AR-15-type rifles “with contempt and reckless abandon”. He mentioned that this disruption happened 12 to 14 times in 2021 and at least twice this year. He said the noise and its duration is unbearable.

Ragan, who said he was a gun owner and still had the first shotgun he bought when he was old enough, said he wanted Ashfield to make a settlement on noise that is reasonable and enforceable.

Lauren Mills then presented a slideshow to detail how gunshot noise has affected her life. She showed photos and a video from her second marriage to her terminally ill husband, Dennis Nolan, who has since died, in which the audio of the video was disrupted by the sound of gunfire.

Mills also said her home should be a sanctuary and her husband was often disturbed in his final days by the incessant gunfire. Mills also released a recording of a 911 call she made about the noise – with gunshots heard in the background.

Mills also proposed a new noise ordinance to regulate noise in Ashfield. The wording of the proposal states that it would be unlawful for anyone “to make, permit, continue or cause to be made or create an unreasonably loud and disturbing noise in Ashfield”. The determination of what was unreasonably loud or disturbing would be based on a variety of factors, including proximity to residential structures, and violations would be subject to $200 fines.

Mills welcomes comments and questions about its proposed settlement. People can visit the public Ashfield Community Proposals Facebook page or email AshfieldCommunityProposals@gmail.com.

But some who spoke said that problem had resolved itself, citing the sharp reduction in complaints this year.

Former Ashfield resident Keith Harmon Snow, who had left Williamsburg after a neighbor opened a shooting range in an adjacent yard, went to discuss the issue with Shi at his home in Wellesley. According to Harmon Snow, Shi did not realize that his land was near other people’s homes and that his shots were disturbing neighbors. Harmon Snow said Shi, who did not attend the public forum, said he hoped to work with neighbors in the future.

Some residents also objected to other speakers’ focus on the types of firearms used at 620 West Road.

“I find it very hard to believe that someone shoots from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., constantly,” said Mike Dufresne. “Everything they did was completely legal. He was checked by the state police, the Ashfield police. You can own AR-15s. An AR-15 is the most common firearm, sporting firearm, in the country. Contrary to what the mainstream media portrays them to be, they function no differently than any other semi-automatic rifle. Thirty-round magazines are completely legal in the state of Massachusetts, if purchased prior to the 1994 (federal) assault weapons ban.”

He also said Harmon Snow’s situation in Williamsburg was “a whole different animal” and that restricting the use of firearms could leave Ashfield vulnerable to prosecution. He mentioned that test pits in Williamsburg revealed no lead contamination in the city, which people suspected discharged bullets had the potential to create. Defresne told Shi’s neighbors he was sorry they had negative experiences, but he protested that Monday’s discussion unfairly targeted gun ownership.

“Trying to limit what I can do on my property because of your bad experience is just unacceptable to me,” he said.

Isaac Clark, who said he is a gun owner and collector, said more laws and regulations were not the answer. He said noise issues can be reduced with gun suppressors – more commonly known as silencers. However, Massachusetts is one of nine states in the country that bans the devices. Perhaps, Clark suggested, a grassroots effort to overturn the ban could solve the statewide gun noise problems.

The public forum was moderated by City Moderator Stewart “Buz” Eisenberg.

Jamie Young stepped up to the microphone to plead for a respectful and friendly solution to this issue.

“It’s not about guns. No one wants to regulate or take guns away from anyone,” she read in a statement. “My husband and I have guns and we we rarely practice shooting, we just want to allow people to seek help if their life in their own home becomes unbearable because of the noise.

Young said she was riding a horse on West Road when gunshots were heard. She said a horse not as well trained as hers would probably have thrown her out because of her fear. She mentioned that she and her husband, Paul Milani, couldn’t hear the sound of gunfire from their house due to the curve of the nearby hills.

“Ashfield is a beautiful, peaceful town,” she said. “People move here for many reasons, but generally to have a quiet life away from the crowds, traffic and noise of the city. We all deserve to be able to live our lives without fear or disruption to our peaceful day on our own properties.

Young also mentioned that Nolan, Mills’ late husband, was one of the nicest people she had ever met and that the incessant gunshots kept her awake. She also said the noise could trigger post-traumatic stress disorder in veterans.

Bob Barba said his driveway was half a mile from where Shi was unloading his guns and said the noise level was “really surprisingly loud”.

“It lifts you out of your seat,” he said.

Tom Aurigemma, who said he only owns a pellet gun and a BB gun, warned that the public forum seemed to be turning into a gun control debate and said it could be like letting “a genius out of a bottle”.

He also confirmed that the “AR” in AR-15 stands for “ArmaLite Rifle”, not “assault rifle”.

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Robyatt/VPI/Miyajima/DNM Design/Finley Audio | Stereophile.com https://borealnet.org/robyatt-vpi-miyajima-dnm-design-finley-audio-stereophile-com/ Sat, 12 Nov 2022 17:28:56 +0000 https://borealnet.org/robyatt-vpi-miyajima-dnm-design-finley-audio-stereophile-com/ Robin Wyatt (left) with VPI’s Matt Weisfeld (right) Robin Wyatt’s Robyatt Room wins my first best sound of the show. Playing recordings I thought I knew well, as well as ones I had never heard, his exacting, tonally true, lively, physical, natural and extremely transparent system left my jaw on the floor and others’ mouths […]]]>

Robin Wyatt (left) with VPI’s Matt Weisfeld (right)

Robin Wyatt’s Robyatt Room wins my first best sound of the show. Playing recordings I thought I knew well, as well as ones I had never heard, his exacting, tonally true, lively, physical, natural and extremely transparent system left my jaw on the floor and others’ mouths hanging open.

My usual spiel: Billie Holiday: “Forget her last Verve pressings, you want the Columbia Masterworks to reissue Billie, when she’s young and has her life ahead of her, her joyful style.”

Spinning the Analogue Productions mono reissue of Holiday’s Body and soulWyatt’s Miyajima Labs/VPI Industries/Finley Audio-based rig revealed an intimacy, clarity and integrity, yes, soulful depth and fiery sensibility that I had never heard before from this LP though -like.

Senses realigned, brain completely scrambled and resorted.

Wyatt’s system repeated these feats on a Japanese copy of Bob Dorough the devil may careand another LP that I know like I know my Shindos, the classic ECM by Don Cherry and Ed Blackwell, El Corazon.

What made up this super rig, you ask? Old technology, newly revived.

Sources included a VPI HW40 RA Direct Drive turntable ($18,250, above) with a custom Wyatt/Baltic slate plinth, Thai-Scandinavian-engineered Bird of Prey tonearm (including J Wand and Straight Wand, SME or fixed base) ($10,750), Bird tonearm ($8750), aluminum/brass shell ($375), Miyajima Labs Infinity Mono Phono cartridge ($3475), Miyajima Labs Destiny Stereo Phono cartridge ($7600 ), head washers ($43/3).

Amplification consisted of Miyajima Labs Wo-1 preamp ($21,500, above), Miyajima Labs MC-2 preamp ($7,850), Miyajima Labs MC-1 preamp ($6,950), amplifier Miyajima Labs OTL ($17,000, below), driving Miyajima Labs Premier OB Field-Coil Open Baffle Loudspeakers ($25,500/pair), with DNM Design and Finley wiring.

Is it an expensive system? Absolutely. Is this a next-generation transportable music and audio reproduction device of practically biblical Charlton Heston/Moses-parts-of-the-Red-Sea proportions? Undoubtedly. Magical.

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]]> Weather: Record heat to ease, but warm week overall https://borealnet.org/weather-record-heat-to-ease-but-warm-week-overall/ Sun, 06 Nov 2022 20:11:54 +0000 https://borealnet.org/weather-record-heat-to-ease-but-warm-week-overall/
ITHACA, NY – It feels more like September than November as record-breaking heat caps off a long stretch of warm temperatures in upstate New York. This will retreat to closer to normal values ​​as a cold front pushes through on Monday evening, but a second briefer warm spell will provide mild temperatures into the weekend. […]]]>

ITHACA, NY – It feels more like September than November as record-breaking heat caps off a long stretch of warm temperatures in upstate New York. This will retreat to closer to normal values ​​as a cold front pushes through on Monday evening, but a second briefer warm spell will provide mild temperatures into the weekend.

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The Atlantic Ocean High maintains its grip on Tompkins County for the time being, but its regime is being tested as it approaches the edge of a Canadian low’s cold front. The high has been difficult to dislodge, so the front is approaching at a very slow pace. The counterclockwise flow around the low and the clockwise flow from the high worked in tandem to produce strong southerly breezes this weekend that brought record high temperatures to many parts of northern New York State.

Temperatures have already reached 75°F at the airport (and a rather humid 75, with dew points in the low 60s). With more sun penetrating through the clouds, the odds are pretty high for another record high today, as Ithaca/Tompkins gain a few more degrees on the thermometer before the sun drops and daytime heating is lost. . The high dew point will result in another balmy night, with temperatures dropping back into the 50s with a few early light to moderate rain showers, one or two possible light thunderstorms and waning clouds towards the morning.

]]> Bruce Springsteen Expresses ‘Only the Strong Survive’ Revelation https://borealnet.org/bruce-springsteen-expresses-only-the-strong-survive-revelation/ Fri, 04 Nov 2022 09:30:34 +0000 https://borealnet.org/bruce-springsteen-expresses-only-the-strong-survive-revelation/
Time isn’t always on a rock singer’s side, but in Bruce Springsteen’s case, the older the better. Springsteen’s new album “Only the Strong Survive,” due Friday, Nov. 11, from Columbia Records, features 15 soul classics, rarities and forgotten favorites that put the 73-year-old’s voice at the center of the stage. The Boss delivers, and it’s […]]]>

Time isn’t always on a rock singer’s side, but in Bruce Springsteen’s case, the older the better.

Springsteen’s new album “Only the Strong Survive,” due Friday, Nov. 11, from Columbia Records, features 15 soul classics, rarities and forgotten favorites that put the 73-year-old’s voice at the center of the stage.

The Boss delivers, and it’s a revelation.

Springsteen’s voice here is crushed velvet fueled by an overflowing heartache. On the Four Tops’ 1981 hit “When She Was My Girl,” Springsteen begins with an easy vocal groove with masterful phrasing, then explodes in soul pain during the chorus. There’s a shimmering falsetto on The Temptations’ “I Wish It Would Rain,” and a vocal majesty that rivals the late Jimmy Ruffin on “What Becomes of the Brokenhearted.”

Producer Ron Aniello added some extra reverb to Springsteen’s mic for the Walker Brothers’ baroque pop classic, “The Sun Ain’t Gonna Shine Anymore,” and the effect is as lavish and dramatic as the late Scott’s performance. Walker.

The Boss gives it to classics, and rarities too. On “I Forgot to be Your Lover,” originally performed by William Bell on Stax Records in 1968, Springsteen soars on the aching ballad with several sustained notes and a bone-chilling heartbroken position. He’s the legendary replacement for Sam Moore. (The Jerseys seem fond of the track. In 2002, New Brunswick R&B hitmaker Jaheim reinterpreted the song as “Put That Woman First.”)

Springsteen’s raspy voice at this point has sometimes been ridiculed, but he’s one of rock’s finest vocalists, thanks to his passion, bellows, and howls. Her vocal performance on “Jungleland” is sublime.

“I decided to do something that I had never done before – make music centered around singing, about challenging my voice,” Springsteen said in an “Only the Strong Survive” video message from the 29 september. “In my own memoir, I give my voice a bit of a hard time saying I didn’t think I had a lot. But once I started this project, after listening to some of the stuff we cut, I thought my voice was badass!I’m 73, I kick ass, I’m a good old man!

]]> The Recorder – Jacobs wants strong voice for Western Mass at Governor’s Council https://borealnet.org/the-recorder-jacobs-wants-strong-voice-for-western-mass-at-governors-council/ Tue, 01 Nov 2022 22:14:48 +0000 https://borealnet.org/the-recorder-jacobs-wants-strong-voice-for-western-mass-at-governors-council/
To the surprise of some political observers, North Adams School Board Member Tara Jacobs is the Democratic Party nominee seeking to represent District 8 on the Governor’s Council. Jacobs, who never went to law school, beat out three accomplished Springfield-area lawyers to win the nomination in the Sept. 6 state primary. Her lack of a […]]]>

To the surprise of some political observers, North Adams School Board Member Tara Jacobs is the Democratic Party nominee seeking to represent District 8 on the Governor’s Council. Jacobs, who never went to law school, beat out three accomplished Springfield-area lawyers to win the nomination in the Sept. 6 state primary. Her lack of a law degree, she said, may have worked to her advantage.

“I never take anything for granted,” Jacobs said in a recent interview. “But coming into the primary, when I saw the pitch, I felt I had a lot of upside. Not being a lawyer was definitely one. Being the only woman in the race was definitely one. And, actually, being from the Berkshires and not Hampden County, was one. It didn’t serve me very well in Hampden County, but the rest of the district really responded to my outside understanding, not in the political machine, that the western mass extends to the (New York) border, and Berkshire County understands this better than most.

A priority in his general election campaign remained much the same as for the primary.

“Always, always, always, it starts with educating people about what the Governor’s Council is. I have one more difficult battle to publicize; what it is, what it does, why it matters. This is still the first job.

The Governor’s Council is responsible for advising the governor and approving or rejecting the governor’s appointments to judicial and other offices, as well as pardons, commutations, and warrants for the public treasury. The 8th District covers 101 cities and towns in western Massachusetts, including all of Berkshire, Franklin, and Hampshire counties except Ware, as well as towns in Worcester County.

Jacobs, 51, and his Republican opponent, John Comerford, 78, are running to succeed incumbent Mary Hurley who, after three terms, chose not to seek re-election.

If she were to win on Nov. 8, Jacobs said it was her hope to amplify the voice of western Massachusetts residents on the council.

“I’ve heard the same thing so many times,” she said, “from tiny little towns to big towns in the district. A big part of the message is that in the Western Mass, we have more in common and more that unites us than divides us.

“Not just in terms of working on the Governor’s Council to serve the whole western mass well and to be a voice that represents the people by doing the work to bring us the best justice system we can have,” she said. continued, “but there is also an advocacy component. The fact that we have so much in common only highlights how important it is to have one more voice to amplify our issues, our concerns, our need for resources. in Boston.

Jacobs said solutions intended to address statewide problems must consider western Massachusetts “just like the eastern part of the state.” She explained that she wanted to do more, however, than just bring the area’s concerns to Boston; she also wants to bring the Governor’s Council to Western Massachusetts.

“I want to be very present, active and engaged in all of the western mass,” she continued. “I plan to have a variety of actions, including community forums to share what the Governor’s Council is all about, what’s currently on the agenda, positions that are being filled, decisions that are made. I want to involve and engage members of the District 8 community to share their views, opinions and ideas.”

She also said she wants to hold hearings when judicial positions are filled in Western Massachusetts so that people who have personal experience with the candidates can weigh in and share their opinions, experiences and perspectives. seen.

“I want my constituents to be actively involved in this process,” Jacobs said.

It’s no surprise that Jacobs, with his experience on the school board, sees education as an important part of his duties.

“I would love to interact with our youth,” she explained, “and go into schools and share what the Governor’s Council is about and inspire, especially our marginalized youth of color and other marginalized groups, to consider careers in the legal system; becoming a lawyer, becoming one of our next judges, going to law school. I would also like to combine motivational work with certain sources of funding, such as scholarships or grants and other things that can really help make this an achievable career goal.

Familiarizing himself with the state’s correctional system is also among Jacobs’ goals.

“I want to visit all the jails and jails in the state, but starting with Western Mass, to really see what programs and what’s going on in each of our jails and jails, and start to get a feel for best practices across the state and where the opportunities are for us to do a better job statewide.

“There are so many things I want to do,” she continued. “Normally, the work of the Governor’s Council is 20 to 30 hours a week. I intend to double that with community outreach and interactions which I hope to continue to do. I want to be someone who, when people think of the Governor’s Council, can say, “I met our Governor’s Council member and had experiences that were meaningful.”

Greg Vine can be contacted at gvineadn@gmail.com.

]]> The video captures a strange voice shouting “Help!” twice inside the “empty” room https://borealnet.org/the-video-captures-a-strange-voice-shouting-help-twice-inside-the-empty-room/ Sat, 29 Oct 2022 20:08:56 +0000 https://borealnet.org/the-video-captures-a-strange-voice-shouting-help-twice-inside-the-empty-room/
Chilling video captured an eerie voice making a guttural cry for help – although footage did not show anyone standing in the room at the time. The spooky sounds were captured by a woman, who lives alone, after she installed cameras in her home and sent the footage to New England Paranormal Investigators (PI-NE). In […]]]>

Chilling video captured an eerie voice making a guttural cry for help – although footage did not show anyone standing in the room at the time.

The spooky sounds were captured by a woman, who lives alone, after she installed cameras in her home and sent the footage to New England Paranormal Investigators (PI-NE).

In the video, you can see a woman leaving a room at around 40 seconds in and as she leaves a strange, raspy sound saying “help” can be heard.

The video then cuts to another scene of the empty room later that night where the sounds can be heard again.

The 1:37 video shows a number of different spooky incidents experienced by the woman who claims she also experienced sounds, objects moving at will and the appearance of what was described as an “apparition”.

The beginning of the video shows a man standing in a doorway, when he leaves a silhouetted, transparent figure like figure that takes his place.

After the bizarre phenomenon was caught on the tape, the woman, who has not been named, went straight to PI-NE who investigated the matter.

PI-NE is a nine-person team, headquartered in Vermont.

Betty Miller, the band’s manager said FoxNews that people usually come into contact to try to find answers to troubling events.

“By the time people contact us, they’re at a level of desperation where they want us to be there as soon as possible to figure out what’s going on,” Miller said.

“Most often we hear the customer say, ‘I just want to know if I’m crazy’ or ‘Is this really happening? »

The video was captured by a woman who heard the strange sounds in her house where she lives alone

In the video, an 'apparition' (left) was also captured in the hallway of the house in which the woman said she also felt sounds and moving objects.

In the video, an ‘apparition’ (left) was also captured in the hallway of the house in which the woman said she also felt sounds and moving objects.

A video showing a guttural plea for help has been released by the New England Paranormal Investigators - their director Betty Miller experiences her own paranormal occurrences

A video showing a guttural plea for help has been released by the New England Paranormal Investigators – their director Betty Miller experiences her own paranormal occurrences

About the group website Miller said her own experiences led her down the path of real-life ghost hunting in 2008 and has been exploring the paranormal ever since.

“As a result of experiences such as living in a haunted apartment, an apparition a few feet away, having a surreal UFO experience in my early twenties, the path of my life changed forever,” he said. she writes.

“I work full time in a government job but nights and weekends are spent serving other people who are going through hard times or just solving a really good mystery whether it be minds , cryptids or UFO experiences.

“I believe that events are put in front of us to lead us in the direction we are meant to go, whether it is personal for me or for the client.”

The mother-of-three explained that getting answers can be a good way to close the unknown.

“I think it’s essential to get out what’s real, explainable, what can’t be explained scientifically and occasionally take a step back and look for the overall message,” she said.

Miller said her own experience with the Unknown led her to become a true ghost hunter in 2008 - the group was formed in 2004, however, by currently inactive member Jeff Stewart.

Miller said her own experience with the Unknown led her to become a true ghost hunter in 2008 – the group was formed in 2004, however, by currently inactive member Jeff Stewart.

The mother-of-three explained that she is a government worker by day but helps people get answers to the unknown in her spare time

The mother-of-three explained that she is a government worker by day but helps people get answers to the unknown in her spare time

“Being able to lead this team that has become like a second family, has led to years of rewarding satisfaction and joy, you won’t find better people with more positive optimistic attitudes, and I’m so lucky to have them. part.”

The group was founded in 2004 by Jeff Stewart, a currently inactive member.

Stewart started as a paranormal investigator in 2001 with a group from Worcester, Massachusetts.

“I have investigated all types of paranormal phenomena from cryptozoology, ghosts, hauntings and UFOs,” he wrote on the group’s website.

“I founded Paranormal Investigators of New England (PI-NE) in 2004 and have trained many investigators in the field who have started their own groups in New England.”

If a customer has encountered something unexplainable, they can go to the group’s website and fill out a customer form where the team will assess the case and investigate the problem for free.

“I experienced a full apparition watching over me while I was in bed,” Miller said.

“It’s a life-changing experience because it makes no sense to the logical mind. As human beings, we find it in our nature to have an explanation for everything – and then it happens.

The website lists a range of devices ranging from K2 meters for measuring electromagnetic energy, digital voice recorders, nighttime heat finding cameras and pros to name a few.

But Miller said her favorite device is the basic audio recorder she frequently uses in cases.

“There is an endless production of new equipment available in the field, and we have a lot of it, which is fantastic, but it always comes down to the audio recorder,” she said.

“When you have a voice responding to you through the audio recorder that you haven’t heard in real time, you now have something solid that cannot be disputed. And it’s very exciting.

The website lists a range of devices ranging from K2 meters for measuring electromagnetic energy, digital voice recorders, nighttime heat finding cameras and pros to name a few.

The website lists a range of devices ranging from K2 meters for measuring electromagnetic energy, digital voice recorders, nighttime heat finding cameras and pros to name a few.

The team opens a branch in New Hampshire and supports clients for free through their website after evaluating their cases

The team opens a branch in New Hampshire and supports clients for free through their website after evaluating their cases

The team starts a branch in New Hampshire run by Jason Engel who told Fox News he has seen apparitions.

“During a private investigation with PI-NE, I experienced an overt appearance in front of me and another fellow investigator,” he said.

“We were investigating reports of activity around an old abandoned sugar shack on a property. After hearing knocks and noises from someone walking around outside the cabin, my fellow investigator and I exited the cabin and stood in front of it.

He explained that in a window in the cabin, which had no panes, “a light began to form”, began to intensify and “become sharper”.

“Slowly the face of what appeared to be a dark-haired woman began to become more discernible, but still blurry and not quite formed,” he said.

“I took a step forward and directed my light at the figure, which instantly disappeared.”

PI-NE investigator Steve Sicard said there are “many reasons why a spirit may stick around”, a common reason being that he has “unfinished business”.

“They’re stuck on earth as a residual spirit repeating the same tasks or actions that they’ve done on a regular basis,” Sicard told the broadcaster.

Miller said there are “a plethora of spirits” and many “possible reasons why they stick around.”

Some of these reasons are “not so pleasant”, she said, and can be considered “demonic or even never human”. She said the subject itself is “a rabbit hole to go down.”

“I can tell you with confidence that it exists,” she said.

“In the case of a traumatic departure from earth, it is true that some may not realize that they are dead.” Personally, I never ask, “Do you know you’re dead?”

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On Thursday, Taylor Swift made a comeback with her 10th studio album, “Midnights.” “Midnights” is the fourth album that Swift personally owns after a public row with famed manager, Scooter Bruan, who bought Swift’s music catalog in 2019. Quick Claims his former label, Big Machine Records, never gave him the opportunity to own his music […]]]>

On Thursday, Taylor Swift made a comeback with her 10th studio album, “Midnights.”

“Midnights” is the fourth album that Swift personally owns after a public row with famed manager, Scooter Bruan, who bought Swift’s music catalog in 2019. Quick Claims his former label, Big Machine Records, never gave him the opportunity to own his music before it was purchased by Braun.

The album has already broken streaming records. It broke the record for the most streamed album in a single day in Spotify history. Swift didn’t stop there, though — Midnights also broke the record for biggest pop album of all time on Apple Music by day one streams.

Sophomore journalism student Nora Fleming said she thought “Midnights” was a nod to Swift’s 2019 album, “Lover.”

“I think ‘Midnights’ kind of went back to the ‘Lover’ era, where there were fun songs but not really a cohesive story unit,” Fleming said. “It wasn’t my favorite album of all time. I don’t think it was awful. … There were some good songs but it’s not something like me, “it’s so iconic,” like singles from “1989” or “Lover,” even. … ‘Midnights’ isn’t going to rack up as high compared to his previous albums.”

Public relations sophomore Ryan McMillan said the record wasn’t among his top three favorites for Swift, but it wasn’t bottom either.

“I’ve listened to it a few times so my opinion will change in the future, but so far I really like the album,” McMillan said. “I really like the sound and what she was doing for. … She’s not going to stick with the same thing for the rest of the time, which I think a lot of people were expecting.”

At the time of publication, all 13 songs on the standard version of “Midnights” held the top 13 spots on the Spotify Global Chart, making the 13 songs the biggest female debuts in history.

“I really liked the song ‘Question…?’ … What I enjoyed most about this album were the informal phrases she uses,” Fleming said. “It was kind of a reflection on a relationship gone bad and you have questions for someone, obviously, after a relationship ends. I thought it was pretty on point.”

McMillan’s favorite track comes from “Midnights (3 am edition)” which Swift dropped just three hours after the standard version was released.

“I think my favorite song right now is one of the bonus tracks, ‘Would’ve, Could’ve, Should’ve’,” McMillan said. “I think the way it’s written is very interesting and it’s a very interesting story. It’s very different from the standard edition songs but I think it really stands out from the others.”

Swift’s lyrics are usually at the forefront of conversations with fans after a new release, leading to analysis, relationship, and deep dives into ties to what Taylor may be referring to.

“I really like one of the lines from one of the tracks on the 3am version, … ‘Could have, could have, should have’,” said Jenna Drew, an environmental science junior. “I love when she says ‘Give me my childhood, it was mine first. … It’s very impactful and it’s kind of like she’s taking back her youth that was stolen from her.”

Swift announced “Midnights” at the 2022 MTV Video Music Awards and revealed the albums track listing via a TikTok segment named “Midnights Mayhem With Me.” Closer to the release, she shared the lyrics to the record on billboards around the world.

“I think a lot of his marketing was Taylor Swift, dropping hints but not giving you everything,” Fleming said. Swift is known for dropping “easter eggs” or hints of upcoming work.

McMillan thinks Swift’s decision to let listeners go blind was effective. The album had no mainstream singles before its release, leaving fans left wondering what the album would sound like.

“There were no direct clues as to how something was going to sound, … so I was ready to hear anything,” Mcmillan said.

Although Swift just released “Midnights,” she’s still re-recording her catalog. Drew thinks Swift avoids oversaturation with her use of subtle Easter eggs.

“I think the Easter egg stuff that she does really keeps people into it because they’re always guessing things,” Drew said.

Taylor Swift’s Midnights is available for streaming everywhere.

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