You refutation is ridiculously dependent of deflecting source material straight from the horses mouth.
The article did indeed quote the composer of the theme who did not list vocals as a part of the devices he used to create the theme.
Your refutation to this then relies on dismissing the memory of the Composer so that you could hold fast to your position that "maybe there are voices".
This is a game of semantics with you even going as far as suggesting that the author who interviewed the composer fabricated part of the article. Why the author would do this, I'm not quite certain - I'm sure you have a theory for it.
Ultimately - we have thread where you and many others have offered speculation to a thread seeking an answer. I have provided the only source available that corroborates with not only the op's husband but other users who have posted in here agreeing with the fact that there are no voices.
I'm sorry but if there is a bad argument that argument is yours. It relies entirely on fallacies. Your 4th is off base considering that this reconstructed version was confirmed by the man who did the reconstruction to be in vein of duplicating the original not deviating from it.
There is definitely something being said. You can hear it being repeated over and over. To me it sounds like "Christian." It is not just music or noises. And the fact that everyone hears something different is pretty cool.
Its supposed to be an EVP! Like the ones you see in all the ghost programs when they are trying to record spirits.
To me it has always sounded like it says weird shit but everybody will hear something different. Its a bit like the thing when your eyes try and make sense out of patterns for instance seeing jesus on a piece of toast, its basically the same thing only with sounds.
I hear "Don't stop believing"
Oops, sorry, wrong Murphy show.
This is either a truly awesome and possibly true hypothesis or it is an unsourced fact. If it is the latter then could you cite a source?
Have you ever heard EVP's before!? It does sound very similar and given the themes in the show it makes sense that something like this is in the title music!
Heres some info about how the brain interprests images and sounds!
I think most people dont like the feeling of not being in control but might as well give up lol none of us have any control over anything really, we just think we do.
Cameronjcw wrote:Have you ever heard EVP's before!? It does sound very similar and given the themes in the show it makes sense that something like this is in the title music!
Ummm...yeah. I've already praised your post. This should be confirmation enough that I have indeed heard (purported) EVPs and that I agree that they are similar. However, I also asked if you could provide some confirmation that this was true. Simply repeating what you believe to be true does not make it true. And playing devil's advocate, I must point out that your argument that "it makes sense that something like this is in the title music" doesn't actually make sense in light of the information that has already been provided: the title music was not composed for this show. It is a recreation of a 17 year old piece. Did Clouser add to the piece? As I pointed out in my argument to BadlyBruisedMuse, it's possible but we don't know.
Yes, you are correct. Discussion boards are for discussions. However, I must caution you against deliberately baiting your fellow editors. Especially those in possession of a banhammer.
Why is everyone getting so upset about this? It's just a discussion about what might be during the opening credits, not a discussion about religion or politics. Geez...I was just curious about what it was, didn't know I was joining an extreme discussion about it!
Keep this thread on topic or it will be closed again. Any discussion about my previous administrative decision and derision of it can be made on my message wall - not here.
Let's hope there are no sock puppets in here either. That's not tolerated.