More than 10 years after the introduction of the first White Noise Maker, a gadget that creates white noise in the background of your video, the device has finally made its way onto the shelves.
The product was unveiled during the RTE New Zealand’s World of Technology Show (WTTS) and was described as a “digital device for the 21st century” that would “allow you to create beautiful white noise.”
It was also described as “one of the world’s most affordable and easy-to-use white noise makers.”
The White Noise maker, which comes with a small and lightweight casing, comes with an optional microphone that allows it to create white noise for you.
The device is a bit of a niche device, but it has been popular with many video-makers and has been praised by some of the technology industry’s most influential people, including Tim Berners-Lee, who described the device as a technological milestone.
White noise maker, white noise source: YouTube/TechCrunchThe device, which costs around $99 and includes a wireless charging pad, can also produce white noise when you turn the sound up to a higher volume, but there is no way of controlling it.
It is also quite noisy and can create a very distracting effect on video recordings.
However, the company behind the device, RTE Technology, said the product was “the result of a collaboration between RTE and the New Zealand Government to address a serious problem in New Zealand,” which is the use of white noise to create noise in video.
“White noise is a problem that affects many of our citizens.
The white noise generated by white noise devices is a serious issue,” said RTE’s marketing director Chris Mottram in a statement.
“White noise can create distracting and distracting audio that can make the whole experience difficult to listen to.
White noise devices are used for this purpose in most countries.”
The device is also not ideal for recording high definition video, because of the high cost and the fact that it requires the microphone to be plugged in.RTE’s White Noise device is made by a company called Avanti.
The company says it is a “multi-functional, affordable white noise device that allows you to easily create white music and sound effects in your video,” and it promises that the device will help you “create and play a unique sound in the most compelling way.”
The white noise can be played through a variety of different audio interfaces, such as a soundbar or a sound system, which is why RTE says that it is not available in all countries.