Format: NOISE (Y, Z)
Supported by: COMX BASIC V1.00
Telmac SBASIC v 24.3: WNOISE
The NOISE command is in the form, NOISE (Y, Z).
Y determines the frequency range of the Gaussian white noise, and can vary from 1, 2,... to 8.
Z determines the amplitude and can vary from 0, 1, 2,... to 15.
NOISE (1, 1)
followed by pressing CR, and note the noise effect.
and note the increase in loudness (or amplitude).
and note the increase in pitch (or frequency).
To turn-off the noise operator, type
Again, always remember to terminate a command by pressing CR.
Gaussian white noise, is noise that can be heard between stations when turning an "FM" radio. This type of noise, which contains many different frequencies is very useful in producing sound effects.