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The White PN signal is flat down to the lowest frequency of the chosen FFT length, which is below 1 Hz for 64k FFT and above (for the shortest 8k FFT the limit is just over 5 Hz at 44.1k sampling).
 

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The White PN signal is flat down to the lowest frequency of the chosen FFT length, which is below 1 Hz for 64k FFT and above (for the shortest 8k FFT the limit is just over 5 Hz at 44.1k sampling).
ah ok so unchecking the low cut box expands the lower limit as opposed to it being user selectable?
 

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It was changed for the full range noise. The low and high cut controls are shared between pink and white noise signals, the pink signals follow the pink profile to 9 Hz so allowing lower cut frequencies for them would be misleading. Is there a particular requirement for varying the low cut below 10 Hz for the WhitePN signal?
 

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It was changed for the full range noise. The low and high cut controls are shared between pink and white noise signals, the pink signals follow the pink profile to 9 Hz so allowing lower cut frequencies for them would be misleading. Is there a particular requirement for varying the low cut below 10 Hz for the WhitePN signal?
it's predominantly a UI issue as it's not obvious that unchecking the box results in a full range signal, it would be nice to have the option though to limit it to a particular frequency though just to have that extra flexibility in what sort of signal one can create.
 
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