1 00:00:00,33 --> 00:00:04,86 Here it is in mynoise.net. Loading. 2 00:00:07,92 --> 00:00:15,53 Let's see, here we go. Okay, I can hear it. I'm not sure if you can hear it. 3 00:00:18,20 --> 00:00:24,24 You can see the equal distribution here and we can change the type of noise that we're 4 00:00:24,25 --> 00:00:31,11 shooting for. So I can click white and you can see the frequency distribution 5 00:00:31,12 --> 00:00:37,78 change with the high frequencies emphasized. They are increasing. 6 00:00:38,00 --> 00:00:46,37 Brown noise. Low frequencies are emphasized here in brown noise. 7 00:00:47,72 --> 00:00:54,41 Let's bring up the level. This display looks 8 00:00:54,71 --> 00:00:54,91 like 9 00:00:55,10 --> 00:01:02,18 a standard EQ. 10 00:01:02,19 --> 00:01:05,07 We could manually change some of these frequency levels. 11 00:01:18,57 --> 00:01:24,57 What happens when we take the mid cones out. And let's bring them back. 12 00:01:43,08 --> 00:01:44,75 Let's listen to pink noise again. 13 00:01:49,97 --> 00:01:55,12 Going up in amplitude. 14 00:01:57,81 --> 00:02:15,16 And then down. The white noise. Raise the amplitude. Decrease the amplitude. 15 00:02:16,18 --> 00:02:17,34 What does gray noise sound like? 16 00:02:28,18 --> 00:02:35,12 Kind of oceany. So from mynoise.net 17 00:02:36,47 --> 00:02:37,02 they discribe 18 00:02:37,03 --> 00:02:44,43 pink noise and brown noise variations. When one exactly compensates 19 00:02:44,78 --> 00:02:50,43 for the particular sensitive curve of the human hearing white noise turns gray.