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Old 3rd May 2005, 10:37 AM   #11
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thank you, you just made me disciver this transfer function capability of spectralab, my curves are nearly perfect!
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I havn't read the whole thread so I may be off topic, but yes CEP2 (Cool Edit Pro 2) has a white noise generator and allsorts of other goodies (inc. multitrack recording ) and last I checked (a few years ago...) cost $20. OR you could get it off of a file sharing network............. And, er, register it asap of course :P
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uh, yeah, right, cool... lol
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da_madaxeman please, don't write about warez here, it's not the topic of this forum

Mr Evil: your white noise is -12dB, while mine (from spectralab) is -40dB. I thought this was normal, since a white noise is a signal containing every frequency. So a 0dB 100Hz, plus a 0dB 1kHz, plus a 0dB 359kHz .... would lead in something over 0dB (over full scale, not possible for a soundcard)
But now that I saw your attached file, all my theory seems wrong
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Old 5th April 2010, 11:50 PM   #17
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I too need white noise to sleep and i always use an oscillating fan for years now as the noise of it puts me to sleep easily and also blocks out any background noise at nite i.e. car alarms, train whistle, dog barking etc.
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