Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by DonnyThompson, Apr 19, 2016. After an extensive study of the Hum … The Windsor Hum… Listen to an actual audio recording of the Windsor Hum. Residents believe the deep rolling sound you hear is coming from across the border in Michigan. The so-called “Windsor Hum” has been the subject of intense speculation by governments and journalists on both sides of the Canada-U.S. border since 2011, when an investigation by the Canadian government first documented its existence. Residents believe the deep rolling sound you hear is coming from across the border in Michigan. A MYSTERIOUS low-level humming noise which has plagued a Canadian city for years has left residents unable to cope with the persistent sound with poor health. The source of the mysterious Windsor Hum in the southwestern Ontario city is Zug Island — in River Rouge, Mich., according to a federally funded report released today. Recording Studio Forums. Forums > Sound Engineering Forums > General Discussion > The Windsor Hum. Joined: Nov 25, 2012 Location: Akron/Cleveland, OH Home Page: Link . I just found out about this - apparently there is an intermittent audible low end … Listen to an actual audio recording of the Windsor Hum. The Windsor Hum was investigated by the Canadian government and ultimately traced to factories on Zug Island, across the Detroit River in Michigan. Tags: hum; windsor hum; DonnyThompson Well-Known Member. The noise, now popularly termed the ‘Windsor Hum’, is commonly described as either a deep, low-frequency hum, like a furnace or an idling diesel truck or as a deep, pulsating and vibrating noise, which is perceived more as a sensation rather than an audible sound.

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