Here it is, Pink Noise Ten Hours. rendered with a higher audio stream rate and dark screen as requested by listeners.
Pink Noise has been listened too for a variety of reasons and uses one would not imagine. Besides it's use for audio testing, where I first encounter Pink Noise, folks use it for headphone burn-in, ear fatigue relief, to mask loud sounds, to help study or concentrate, to get a good night sleep, or just to listen to something so basic and minimalist, the mind can think about other things.
Let's not get too deep. It's for fun.
The creation process involved a DAW (digital audio workstation), ProTools. A audio synthesizer plug-in was utilized for a new and improved sound to create noise which is then equalized to represent the audio spectrum responses of pink noise as defined by the broadcast industry in the early-mid 20th Century. The audio is recorded from the generator for 10 hours and then exported into a video editing program, Magix Vegas. A corresponding video is created with custom graphics I made in the video program. The visual is animated eventually dimming, then married to the audio and rendered out to the full length final video.
More information regrading Pink Noise can be found on Wiki.
Here are all the other noise colors on the channel:
White Noise: youtu.be/CCnCMHNyny8
Brown Noise: youtu.be/HPauaZfL6BI
Grey Noise: youtu.be/0iGdLDeyeso
Blue Noise: youtu.be/WSCU_t3o7KI
Violet Noise: youtu.be/GYZy5f92FpQ
Very High Frequency Noise: youtu.be/XVwei9GcqwI
Black Noise: youtu.be/bp3vBYZ-uG0
What is Pink Noise? youtu.be/DYx4Mwsz6wQ
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Thank for listening, Dale
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