pink noise


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pink noise

n
(Electronics) noise containing a mixture of frequencies, but excluding higher frequencies

pink noise

- Random white noise that has been adjusted so there is equal energy per octave and an equal amount of each signal can be heard.
See also related terms for heard.
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2]Sound Pressure Level measured using pink noise at 1 meter, C-weighted.
Multi-talker babble noise at 92 dB SPL (sound pressure level) was used to simulate a loud, crowded cocktail party, and pink noise at 83 dB SPL an environment with the maximum noise level allowed for continuous working.
But they are mute and stupid (that dumb), and so their mix of rumble and pink noise is probably only the slow, dying echo of what they fail to be privy to but nevertheless convey--the recurring explosions from which they were flung to drift, alphas, betas, never omegas.
To induce a psi-conducive altered state of consciousness, the sender listened to an audio tape that contained either pink noise (a component of the ganzfeld procedure for inducing an ASC) or pink noise on which were superimposed binaural beats.
Working at the Griffith Jones Centre, St Clears team members locked themselves inside cars with a (very loud) pink noise generator, a high-quality microphone and the latest spectral analysing software to map out the sonic behaviour of the car interior.
Xia Yu) published Pink Noise, a bilingual book of transparencies.
Four types of additive noises were used: white noise, pink noise, factory noise (plate-cutting and electrical welding equipment) and F16 cockpit noise selected from Noisex-92 database [15].
Consider pink noise excitation with incident power over the same band of frequencies, expressed as
First impressions were of high transparency and clarity, and as I walked about listening to de-correlated pink noise to optimize placement, I was struck by the complete lack of coloration as I moved up and down, side to side, and all around.
The frequency spectrum of the gravitational waves shows a pink noise spectrum, from 0 to 0.
They feature wide frequency response of 75 Hz to 18 kHz, 16 watts contours pink noise or 32 watts of continuous program capacity, and a nominal impedance of 8 ohms.
Wright says: "It is sometimes called white noise or pink noise and this idea of muffled conversation seems to be very much in the same vein.