lilith wrote:It seems that e.g. brown noise scales the spectrum by +6dB per octave and purple noise (which is violet noise?) by -6dB / octave.
Other DAWs like Renoise or plugins like Fab Filter use a scaling of +4.3 or 4.5dB per octave which results in quite a flat spectrum.
Yes, 'purple noise' is in fact 'violet noise' (will rename it in new release).
What does mean 'flat spectrum'?
AFAIR, the best envelope for mastering/mixing is the pink noise because our ears are tuned to comfortable percieve the noise with such envelope.
It's not hard to add 4.3 db/oct or 4.5db/oct compensation for the analyzer but I want to know reason first, why Renoise or Fab Filter use such scaling.