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Terminal - Commands tagged noise - 3 results
aplay -c 2 -f S16_LE -r 44100 /dev/urandom
play -c 2 -n synth pinknoise band -n 2500 4000 tremolo 0.03 5 reverb 20 gain -l 6
2011-11-19 22:40:42
User: lordtoran
Tags: audio sox noise
0

This generates some powerful but relatively unobtrusive waterfall-like noise. Good if you need to get serious stuff done while your next-door neighbor is throwing a very loud party.

You need the sox package installed.

/usr/bin/play -q -n synth brown band -n 1200 200 tremolo 0.05 80
2011-04-26 19:37:08
User: Mozai
Tags: sound sox noise
3

Substitute 'brown' with 'pink' or 'white' according to your taste.

I put this on my headphones when I'm working in an "open concept" office, where there are always three to five conversations going in earshot, or if I'm working somewhere it is "rude" of me to tell a person to turn off their cubicle radio.