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Subject: R: Sound Files
From: "Mauro Mariotti" mariotti@.........
Date: Wed, 6 Feb 2002 14:01:53 +0100


i experienced this kind of analysis from since April 1999.
I used SOX to convert binary raw data in WAV files.
You can find a special web page at:

I and Andrea Cellini coined the term "phonoseismology"
and we published an article on an Italian scientific magazine sometimes ago
about it.

The pourpose was to catch out precursors signals.
Something happened, try to listen the quakes on my web site.

The ideas of Arie to use stereo channel for two different station
located let's say 10km away could VERY interesting to locatethe source of an
I suspected that when i started to use sound analysis as precursor research
Unfortunately i have no possibility to monitor two identical station so far.
I would strongly encourage each of you to do something in this direction i
believe will bring interesting results.

My compliments to Arie!


----- Original Message -----
From: Arie Verveer 
Sent: Wednesday, February 06, 2002 1:45 PM
Subject: Sound Files

> Hi All, Lately I've been tinkering around with some code that produces
> report files from PSN or "Seisan" data. A minor part of the program is to
> convert PSN or "Seisan" input files to audio files. I thought you might
> be interested in the output.
> Have a listen to the latest big quakes at:
>    (note the first character is in upper case - Sound)
> Just click on the image you are interested in. One file is from the PSN
> archive; ( "Resia Ud" ) I'm not sure who the author is, by thanks in
> advance. I have only included the file due to the quakes intensity not
> for its destructive nature, the other file is from my station. The
> image and audio file in the HTML document was automatically generated.
> On the more humours side, one local quake sounded like, click, bang,
> by a quack?
> It would be rather interesting to have two close seismic stations on the
> and right audio channel. Stereo.
> Cheers
> Arie
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