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This sounding like an Idler bearing problem, Sounds like the idler bearing that supports your belt is either loose or needs replading. I say this because when you get the RPMs up on the motor the noise should almost disappear?
Have a mechanic look at your front end. Find out what it is then fix it. could be ball joints,tie rods,rotors or a number of other things.Did your bearings go bad before this new set? could they have ruined the spindal or the hub?
I certainly would take it back to the shop that performed the brake job and have them investigate. If it was not making the noise prior to the repair there is a good chance the noise is involved with the brakes. A possible loose brake pad, a sticking caliper(caliper pins may need to be lubed) or any number of things could be wrong.