Pink Noise - Ten Hours - Ambient Sound - Blocker - Masker - Burn In - Relaxation -The Best





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Published on Oct 11, 2012

Ten hours of uninterrupted pink noise. Buy noise clips here https://electriccanyon.com/product/pi... $1.50
For relaxation at low level and masking of other noise in your direct environment. Pink noise randomized static which sounds like a combination of the ocean and a TV set. Television static is white noise by definition which is thinner sounding with less low frequencies than pink noise. Also referred to as Flicker Noise, Pink Noise has equal energy to all sound frequency octaves. That means more lows, or bass frequencies, that sound similar to the power of the natural ocean waves or a large waterfall. Immerse yourself in pink noise for a whole day shift or a good night's sleep. Experience the effects of Pink noise over time to understand what it is and its potential natural calming effect on the mind. Noise, even at a low level, seems to have the effect of masking more disruptive sounds in the listening environment. It has been used in offices to subdue the mechanical sounds of office equipment voices and phones.
Pink Noise is electronically generated, yet seems to have a primal aesthetic. Perhaps it is similar to what a baby hears before birth. Moms use this for baby crying relief regularly.It is absolutely reminiscent of natural sounds: the ocean, a large waterfall, heavy rain and wind...all of which man has listened to since the dawn of time. Listeners use pink noise for meditation, is it masking or soothing or calling to a primal past? Perhaps all of the above. So many uses, I had not conceived. Thanks listeners!
I do know that...
Pink Noise is used by Audio Engineers to test speakers as the full spectrum sound can quickly reveal optimal speaker performance or speaker issues. Mixing consoles and audio software programs often have pink and white noise built in for testing signal through various signal paths of a board through the amplifiers and to the speakers.
This brings us to headphone burn in.
I have to admit, headphone burning was not on my mind when I made the Ten Hours of Pink Noise. I had heard of the concept. I figured audio engineers would find the clip useful as a playback through PA and recording gear not equipped with a signal generator. It wasn't long before the burn in comments started coming in. I have never deliberately set out to break my headphone in, but many do. A few manufacturers mention the technique. Headphones are meant to be used out of the box, There are listening enthusiasts who feel a worn in set of headphones sound better. By playing full spectrum pink noise for an extended period,..the burn in procedure is theoretically more even than playing back music. Check out the comment field and it's plain to see there are believers and non-believers of headphone burn in. I say, what can it hurt? Burn away. And thanks listeners for sharing headphone models and brands and listening observations. I'm going to listen to the commenters before my next high-end headphone purchase.
On a technical note:
The amount of spectrum energy decreases 10 dB/octave of frequency. This creates increased low frequency information in relation to mid-range and high frequencies.
This is the first ever long play noise on DaleSnale channel and I thank YouTube for the 'Official' ranking. It's rough around the edges and preceding videos have improved in graphic quality as we move into the HD era. All the audio is generated and mixed at ElectricCanyon recording studio to ensure a pleasant listening or burning experience.
There are several noise colors to choose from. Try them all or mix and match a recipe playing back more than one in multiple browser tabs.

Happy Listening.

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