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|The opposite of brown noise is 'purple' noise, which increases power per octave (|
also by 6 dB). 'Grey' noise exploits a psychoacoustic loudness curve to deliver a
more accurate perceptual white noise to the listener. So-called 'black' noise ...
|It is sometimes called purple noise. Gray noise is pink noise modified by a |
psychoacoustic equal loudness curve, such as the inverse of the A-weighting
curve, to give the perception of equal loudness at all frequencies. Green noise
really does ...
|The background noise of the world is sometimes referred to as green noise. |
frequency range is called blue noise purple noise. Asound that is equally loud at
all frequencies is called gray noise brown noise. A noise capable to canceling
|It would not look brown in the visual spectrum, the name comes from the |
Brownian motion. Blue noise is the opposite to pink noise, in that it has a power
density of +3dB per octave. Purple noise is the opposite to brown noise, in that it
has a ...
|Figure 2.17 Blue noise also emphasizes the higher frequencies, but the drop in |
amplitude at lower frequencies is not as extreme as violet noise. frequency
content.Violet, sometimes called “purple,” noise can be useful for creating
|... noise, purple noise, Noise = Chaos = Capitalism = Reality = Nature = ties, we |
must take further steps in the process of ...
|... refers to 'gray noise' as an intermediate between 1/f 2 and 1/f β noises. The |
inversion of the 1/f2 noise power spectrum, increasing its energy as its frequency
grows up proportionally is either labeled 'blue noise' (Wang 2008) or 'purple
|“When you get back to Houston, you can get white noise, black noise, purple |
noise and red noise, but this is God's country. There's nobody here but you and
me and Him.” Another fellow I once met in the back country rode a motorcycle
|Everyone lived by their instincts and visual purple. Noise and light made targets |
for mortar crews and snipers. The excitement of flying missions had worn thin for
Cliff. He wanted only to go home to Lafayette. He visualized his house and ...
|PADDY'S MARKET, SYDNEY (To A. H. A s.) The silken silence disappears— A |
slash of light, instead of spears! And daubs of purple noise are swept Across the
tympans of our ears! Full waves that beat along a beach, The people jostle, each