In physics we often obtain a null value by first generating the inverse of the value we want to remove.
Can we apply this concept, or more pointed, "How would we", apply this concept to the issue of (static) noise suppresion?
I mean I have worked out how to construct an osc~ copy of my noise by passing sigmund's output to it.
And I know how to record a sample and (sort of) how to use subtractive synthesis.
But how would I go about looping the noise sample? ...so it would be subtracted from what the mic is putting out?
Quizzical,, tho excited stare,
seems to me there should be a way to: reverse engineer the noise?