Hey Guys, I just had an sudden brainstorm and I'm looking for opinions as to whether or not it will work. If I were to obtain a pink noise generator, or a recording of pink noise (if there is such a thing), I'm thinking I could use this in conjunction with the PAZ plug to set my control room acoustics to a flat frequency response. Here's my proposed approach: 1. Play pink noise through my monitors at the normal listening level for mastering. 2. Input this audio into a channel, with the PAZ plug installed, using a microphone placed at the listening position my ears normally occupy. 3. Adjust the EQ of my monitors (effecting only the pink noise output) to obtain a flat fequency response as measured with the PAZ. I think it would work, but I would have to take into consideration the frequency response characteristics of the microphone I use. So, I'm guessing I would set my monitor EQ to closely resemble that of the microphone as listed in the mic's spec. sheet. This is also assuming I could obtain a recording of some pink noise - is there such an animal? Am I dreaming here? Have I lost my mind? What do you folks think?