Pink Noise

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Pink Noise, simply explained, is the combination of White Noise and Brown Noise. They are overlaid on top of one another to gain the benefits of both the higher frequencies typically used more for sound cancellation, and the lower frequencies that tend to be more soothing for sensitive ears.

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