There have already been a lot of previous releases of this creation by Raydar, called the PSMoz, the last one being PsMoz 2.0 Ultra. But, curiously, there are still a lot of people that think of it as a prank or doubt its effectiveness. I attribute that to the fact that, unquestionably, it is really out there when it comes to how we perceive homebrew. But, if you take some time to think about it, why would he keep on making modifications to make it better if it's a hoax? At this point, I would pull the to-see-is-to-believe trump card. Nothing beats the pull of curiosity.
Here we have the ultimate version, entitled WHITE NOISE, which contains a redesigned audio file. The ultrasonic sound is now several times more powerful than before and is less audible to human ears. This latest version has been tried and tested and is certainly more effective than previous versions.
How the effect is achieved:
* Ultra high pitched sound mimics the tone emitted by male mosquitoes.
* White Noise (dead sound which interferes with the PSMoz effect) has been almost completely removed.
I don't want to say that this will be the last release, but I can't think of anything which would enhance the audio file any more. If anyone wants to compile this into an EBOOT, drop me a line.
And for those wondering, white noise has power at all frequencies, the total power of such a signal is infinite. Enough said.
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