It sounds like the lecturer is speaking
If you for example want to play a music file, mp3 file, well you know, given that you've taken a programming course before, all right? How would you do this?
Well, you would look up on Wikipedia, what are the specifications of an mp3 file, and then you would sit down over a long weekend and you could probably write something in Python or in C, takes the file decodes it generates the white waveforms and so on.
and it's not a big deal right after a couple days you will have a program that takes that date and generates the output, that's fine.
The lecturer used a term "white waveforms".
I know the visual of a waveform may look like this figure.
I also know
.wave is one type of audio filename extension.
I am trying to figure out what "white waveforms" is.
I understand the approximate meaning that the lecturer is trying to say is playing mp3 file.
So, what is "white waveforms"?