Rorschach audio
 n.— «Williamson, a 47-year-old former cleaner, is a dedicated collector of “electronic voice phenomena,” commonly known as EVP—the mysterious voices or voice-like sounds, often distorted amid other extraneous noise, which can crop up on tape recordings, broadcasts, even telephone answering machines.…EVPs are sometimes referred to as “Rorschach audio,” after the psychological test in which subjects read their own interpretation of inkblot images.» —“Ghosts in the machine” by Jim Gilchrist Scotsman (Scotland) Jan. 3, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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