White Noise (noun)
Also spelled or known as: White-Noise
What does White Noise mean?
A noise produced by many synthesizers from playing the entire frequency spectrum at once.
White Noise is a noise produced by many synthesizers from playing the entire frequency spectrum at once. Sound Engineers usually send a white noise signal through audio equipment for tuning and calibration purposes, or in EQ-ing a live recording space.
Example sentence: “There was a second of white noise before it started playing.”
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