Atomic City
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They went to Oak Ridge City with recording equipment...

Audio productions combining documentary archives and electronic music have always been among my favorites. That taste dates back from my mid-teens, when Paul Hardcastle's song "19" topped the charts. Its early use of sampled speech made a strong impression on me. Though not exactly programmed in the same style as Paul Hardcastle, this myNoise track is definitely a sequel of that longlasting influence.

Check out the original CBS radio documentary broadcasted on Feb. 25th 1950.

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  Feels a bit like a sequel to the Take it Easy generator. This is great for having in the background as I write sci-fi. Granted, I generally turn off the speaking words.

  I feel like I'm in Spore and Mass Effect at the same time, it's really wonderful to listen to and has such a pleasant atmospheric beat! Amazing work as always! / ^ \

  Good good good! I love its video game aesthetic feeling!

  Oh wow, this is amazing to read papers to, Thank you so much!

  Oh, this is rad. Well done.

  Mmmmmm... music to code by. Thank you sir!

  This is amazing! I don't think I've ever heard anything like it.

  Muting the reporter, tuning to F natural and then dropping by an octave gives you a surprisingly upbeat experience despite its honey-like slowness.

  Mix this with Bagpipes, and maybe Tanpura and/or one of the ambient synth generators, and you've got yourself some seriously innovative world music.

  I love this one! Gets me pumped and ready to take on the day.

  I felt like I was high above Area 51 studying humans as they go about their business.

  Turned off CBS radio slider and turned on Black Hole along with this one. Great combo :)

  Wonderful! Really digging this also thinking of a good way to use the bass lines in a custom generator.

  Unsurprisingly, works brilliantly with Number Stations!

  WOW, this setting is reviving and encouraging to work, and blocking external noises. I love the rythm and complexity, and the awesomeness which is flowing from hi-end parts. All is so fluently composed, brilliant work! :)

  Got that Psy-Trance music vibe. Love it!

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Music OnlyDnB MixAmbient MixRadio Activity Surprise!

Tape Speed Control

G #A #BC #D #EF #
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Animation Control

Start A B C

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Usage

Each slider controls a particular audio stream; adjust sliders to taste and mood. The animation button turns the soundscape into an slowly evolving texture. Use this feature if you intend to listen to the generator over a long period of time!