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mike425 wrote

Given the perpetrator/operator/program/AI ability to generate auditory illusions with a full 3D field of sound (needing to only electromagnetically stimulate your left/right cochlea, while utilizing head-related transfer functions), this capability is being harnessed to misdirect targets toward dead ends, innocents, or convenient firefights, or away from tactically sensitive positions.

The following DSP effects are intended to deceive a target into mistakenly believing that what they're hearing is being generated from a known, familiar, or accepted source:

  • Direction of "over the horizon" for "revolutionary crowd".
  • Direction of "over the horizon" for "emitter source".
  • Direction of "over the horizon" for "metaphysical beings".
  • Direction of "below/above/wall" for "obsessed neighbor".
  • Direction of "below" for "demons from hell".
  • Direction of "below" for "disgruntled office tenant".
  • Direction of "above" for "angels and deities".
  • Direction of "above" for "aliens and spacecraft".
  • Direction of "above" for "airplanes and drones".
  • Direction of "over the shoulder" for "gang stalking".
  • Direction of "over the shoulder" for "grocery shopper".
  • Direction of "back to front pan" for "passing drivers".
  • Direction of "left or right side pan" for "salty pedestrian".
  • Direction of "through the wall" for "annoying noise".
  • Direction of "through the wall" for "death threats".
  • Direction of "behind" for "rustle of leaves".
  • Direction of "behind" for "round being chambered".

All of the above example "source" suffix terms can be interchanged, as the perpetrators can generate any sound from any direction, while recognizing some combinations are never supposed to be used because they would reveal the deception.

Keep in mind that the intensity can be reduced to make the "source" sound farther away or attenuated. This is merely an algorithmic reduction in electromagnetic energy output aimed at the cochlea, and can make deceptive sounds more believable, as if they were coming from an enclosed space like a car, or a distant hilltop, or an adjoining room.