Though he worked as a painter and film director, Friedrich Jürgenson
(1903-1987) is best known as the pioneer of electronic voice phenomena
as know as EVP. An initial field recording of local birdsongs, fueled by a passion
for ornithology, led him to a 28-year study of what he believed were spirits communicating with us through sound recording technologies. He continued his work searching the origins of his voices that he believed to be deriven from the hypothetical afterlife until his death in Sweden in 1987.
This new concept speaks about the reverse process found in the foregoing work called Monoscope: from no signal to receive them.
We're finding the analogus extensio requiei and will be soon available.