Grey noise

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I have never heard the term before, so I did some searching. I didn't have much luck though, since almost every definition of it is a copy of the same text (no way of determining which is the original):
noise subjected to a psychoacoustic equal loudness curve (such as an inverted a-weight curve) over a given range of frequencies, so that it sounds like it is equally loud at all frequencies.
There was one which said it was just another name for white noise, and a few mentions without a definition.

I would suggest that the best way of going about it would be to generate white noise and then filter it.
 
mpmarino,

You beat me to it ......................................... :D :D :D

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