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Finding quiet

I must thank moodyduck for introducing me to mynoise.net as a white-noise generator.

Most recently, I've been listening to "Cave Chime," which is generated from the sounds made by (gently!) hitting stalactites of different sizes. It's useful for feeding my enjoyment of percussive sounds.

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wig
Oct. 19th, 2016 09:32 pm (UTC)
oh this sounds good
moodyduck
Oct. 20th, 2016 04:42 am (UTC)
I have been playing around with it beyond the sounds I usually use to block out distractions (rain, stream, or if I'm desperate, waterfall noises.) I made a donation so that I can access the extra features, but I also just started playing around with different sounds to see what they did to me mentally. The babbling sound actually did work well to cover up coworkers talking without distracting me though I didn't initially believe that it would. I layered rain noise, Take It Easy, and babbling on top of each other for several hours last week and that was an interesting effect--though there was a point when I suddenly couldn't tolerate it anymore.

I need to remember to show it to my nieces when they are here. I bet they will be intrigued by playing with different sounds.
bluepapercup
Oct. 20th, 2016 03:55 pm (UTC)
wow, I love this! cave chimes! I listened to it for about a half hour yesterday while working on a stressful email to a client at work.

An interesting side effect is that it go me to finally buy a subscription to Hearts of Space, which if you like ambient music (not the same as white noise at all) is the place to be.
bluepapercup
Oct. 20th, 2016 03:55 pm (UTC)
Also - I WANT TO BE MAKING CAVE MUSIC.

This is the next frontier of my geological obsessions.
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