White noise (disambiguation)
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White noise is a signal or sound with a flat frequency spectrum.
White noise may also refer to:
- White noise (slang), a meaningless or distracting commotion or chatter
- White Noise (novel), a 1985 novel by Don DeLillo
- White noise machine, privacy and sleep aid that makes use of white noise or similar masking signals
- White Noise, name of the supporters group of the New Zealand national football team, All Whites
- White Noise (band), an early electronic music band
- White Noise Records, a record label
- White Noise: A Cautionary Musical, a rock musical about a pair of sisters who mix music with white power rhetoric, based on the real-life band Prussian Blue
- White Noise, a 2002 studio album by Alpinestars
- White Noise (The Living End album), 2008
- White Noise (Gary Numan album), 2008
- White Noise (Cop Shoot Cop album)
- "White Noise" (Disclosure song), 2013
- White Noise (EP), a 2007 EP by Scottish singer David Sneddon
- Sound of White Noise, a 1993 album by the Thrash metal band Anthrax
- White Noise, a band formed by Doogie White, Scottish rock vocalist
- White Noise (film), a 2005 film starring Michael Keaton
- White Noise: The Light, the sequel
- White Noise, a 2004 film starring Rahul Bose
- White Noise, a racist fictional character from The Venture Bros. episode "Powerless in the Face of Death"
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