The RGB color model is an additive model in which red, green and blue light are combined to produce a broader spectrum of color. White light is created when all colors of the spectrum converge in full intensity.
"White Noise" assigns an auditory waveform to each color to create sounds for Red, Green and Blue. Combined they form White. The intention of the assignment was not to create pure values for red, green and blue, but to mimic every day variance within each "hue". White, therefore, is founded on 15% grey.
Variance in all colors can be heard and phasing occurs as the colors converge to occupy the same auditory space on the threshold between each color.
released March 7, 2015
Recorded, mixed and mastered by Sam Johnson
Cover image credit: "RGB sub-pixels in an LCD TV (on the right: an orange and a blue color; on the left: a close-up)" by Stan Zurek, CC BY-SA 3.0