07 - Basic Sounds

Published on 2020-04-20 by Kenneth Flak

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The sine wave is the simplest possible sound in existence. All other sounds can be reproduced as a collection of sine waves.


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White noise is the exact opposite of a sine wave: sine is perfectly regular, noise is perfectly random.


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Pure sine waves and perfectly random noise don't exist in nature. Every sound we hear falls somewhere in between these two extremes.