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Jeremy M Smith
Film Handler

Posts: 48
From: Taupo New Zealand
Registered: Aug 2008


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would anyone know how I would get pink sound onto a cd.

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Robert Minichino
Master Film Handler

Posts: 350
From: Haskell, NJ, USA
Registered: Dec 2005


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You can buy test CDs with pink noise and other test signals or you can use a computer program to generate it (either correlated pink noise that's the same on both channels, or uncorrelated pink noise that's different on left and right) as a .wav file and then burn an audio CD with that.

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Jeremy M Smith
Film Handler

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From: Taupo New Zealand
Registered: Aug 2008


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thanks I found one. do you know how many db less is a dvd.

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Monte L Fullmer
Film God

Posts: 8161
From: Nampa, Idaho, USA
Registered: Nov 2004


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you can also download pink noise. Do a google search on this topic.

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Louis Bornwasser
Film God

Posts: 4401
From: prospect ky usa
Registered: Mar 2005


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First start with white noise and then insert a "pinking" filter. Louis

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Martin McCaffery
Film God

Posts: 2199
From: Montgomery, AL
Registered: Jun 99


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quote: Louis Bornwasser
First start with white noise and then insert a "pinking" filter. Louis
Or wash with red socks [Wink]

Sorry [evil]

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Kenneth Wuepper
Jedi Master Film Handler

Posts: 969
From: Saginaw, MI, USA
Registered: Feb 2002


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Use a "pinking shears" to trim the signal!

sorry!

KEN

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