Temple Bells
Frequency-Shaped Wind Chimes and Bells Generator
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The Chimes without the Wind

Wind chimes have been around from the earliest of early times in many cultures, creating peaceful and meditative spaces all around the world. In ancient Asia, wind chimes and wind bells were attached profusely by the hundreds to the eaves of temples, causing an overwhelming sensation of tinkling, chiming, and gonging sounds as a gentle breeze passed through the dangling parts of these bells.

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  Helps me concentrate a lot better while doing homework.

  Thank you, I have been looking for something like this for a long time! Cheers, Boudewijn (NL)

  Reminds me of the game Journey. Absolutely awesome!

  Amazing... I love it... Waiting for a new born baby to arrive... calming.

  Reminds me of the dad's house right before a storm... beautiful.

  Sounds a bit eerie, but not frightening. Really nice when you want to be alert but not jump at every sudden noise.

  I love the new Apply Calibration to a preset feature. I was just thinking the other day how useful that would be! Keep up the great work.

  Reminds me of my aunt's home when I was young. Makes me feel all happy inside :)

  I really, really like this setting combined with the distant thunder and breeze sounds in the Rain Noise soundscape. It's both soothing and a bit haunting, to my ears.

  A deep, soothing sound, good for when you're trying to focus.

  Calming for me. <3

  I listen to this with "Ice World", both on animate. It's such a soothing, ambient sound. I use it to calm me down and to fall asleep. The bells are just so beautiful and interesting to listen to with the wide range of low, gong-like bells to the tiny, tinkling windchimes.

  I like to use this as I work. It keeps me in a calm mood.

  I use this one in combination with the Tibetan Meditation. It truly gives me the feeling that I am in a temple. It relaxes me and clears my mind.

  Low, calm, reflective bells. I like this with gentle rain.

  I use this when I meditate and it really sets the mood for me.

  I love bell sounds, so this is the best thing you could give me while I'm working.

  I've never liked high frequency noises on noise makers like these, and prefer to turn them off completely, but the higher pitched chimes don't bother me at all. :)

  Its just magical and relaxing

  Mix this with the fairy rain setting with low volume and it sounds just like your in the Air Temples.

  This is so soothing, it's like taking a chill pill with my ears!

  A little edit to the 'tinkling' preset. Beautiful. I find it calming for when I feel angered or stressed.

  I use this to focus while I study.

  Wonderful :3

  Fairy bells. I love this. It seems like I hardly notice them after a while, but i still get so much work done! This site is incredible.

  Really helped me calm done after a stress filled day.

  The bell and chimes really soothes my mind. Just a feeling of inner peace that relieves me of all of my stress.

  I use this for mindfulness meditation and is helpful rather than instrusive.

Current Slider Settings

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Order as an Audio file    
locked  Save as Cookie > Load
locked  Clone as Minified Player

Presets

ChimingTinklingGongBalinese TempleTibetan TemplePattern 1Pattern 2Pattern 3

Brown  •  Pink  •  White  •  Grey
60125 250 500 1k 2k 4k 8k Hz

Apply Calibration load a preset first

Random

locked  I'm Feeling Lucky
locked  Enter the Meditation Room

Animation Control

locked  Start A B C

Personal

Calibrate First  > Your Hearing Curve

Usage

Each slider controls a particular frequency band, from the lowest to the highest frequency. Adjust sliders to taste.

To mask undesirable noises, focus on bands sharing the same tone as the noise you want to cover. Doing so achieves a higher efficiency, and quieter masking noise levels.