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Waiting for a missing piece

The sound made by the wind blowing through a grove of bamboos was one of the earliest requests made by the users of this website. And myNoise has been around since 2014! Most of the recordings were collected years ago, but it took me a long time to complete this set. Something was still missing, and I had no idea what. Then, recently, I came across a water basin in a garden in Portugal…

That basin was being continuously filled by a trickle of water spilling over a plant. A leaf in the stream was swaying back and forth, sometimes letting the water reach the basin and sometimes diverting it away. It reminded me of the perpetual motion of a Shishi-Odoshi with the motion replicated here by a plant, naturally and accidentally.

To learn more about the Shishi-Odoshi, discover our exquisite Japanese Garden

Thinking about that Japanese Garden reminded me of my unfinished Bamboo Garden. I then realized I had just found the missing piece: that exquisite sound of a tiny stream broken by a swaying leaf, a movement generated by the stream itself, like yin and yang. That delicate sound recording hides behind the dark blue slider in the series.

Pictures from Portugal will be released soon. In the meantime, take a look again at a couple of the pictures I took during an earlier sampling session in Japan, which is where the sounds of the bronze wind bell and the chimes come from.

This soundscape is particularly effective at masking tinnitus. Try playing it quietly in the background of your room. Adjust the sliders until you like what you hear, and then enjoy a peaceful night’s sleep while pretending that your window is wide open and looking out to a magnificent bamboo garden.

Published on March 21st, 2022

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  It is the first noise that I find that helps me relax and focus at the same time. Loving it.

  It's so calming! Thanks! All your efforts are truly appreciated <3

  Another jaw-dropping soundscape added to the favorite collection!

  Perfect balance, sonic yin-yang harmony, with just the right amount of accents with birds, bell, and windchimes to match the flowing waves of wind and dancing bamboo. Truly peaceful--a breath of fresh air for the weary.

  WOW! This is the soundscape I was waiting for! I listened to Japanese Garden on "Wildlife" paired with the "Eerie" Deserted, and here is the great change!

  Always expected this, bamboo! Let’s go! This is going to stay with me during studies. I love this!!! God bless this website! This is a blessing... ~[Nitin]

  This is definitely one of my favorites on this entire platform. Nice work!!!

  In 2020 I'd visited the Arashiyama Bamboo Grove; this sounds far better than the actual experience haha. Lovely addition to the site.

  This is great. I started enjoying it the moment it came out.