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Creating your Composite Generator

Use a laptop or desktop computer, as you will be asked to use keyboard shortcuts.

To create your custom composite generator, browse the site for slider contents: open any generator on myNoise, and select the sliders you want to use in your custom set by 'zeroing' all others, then hit [c] to collect all active sliders into a hidden stack. Move to a next generator and repeat the process until you have accumulated 10 sliders. Now hit [shift+c] to render your custom composite generator. At any point, press [x+c] to clear the hidden stack.

Good night!

Nature falls peacefully asleep at dusk. A few diehards will stay up all night, for our ears' delight. For us, daytime creatures, their noises represent the sound of the night, calm and soothing - a sound that triggers our circadian rhythm and helps us to sleep tight.

Did you know? Our hearing is always active, even when we sleep! Unlike our vision, which shuts down at night, our hearing still processes information during our sleep. This is the very reason why we can use an alarm clock to wake up. Sleeping to the sound of nocturnal creatures sends a subliminal message to our brain, telling us that daylight hasn't dawned yet, and that we still can comfortably wander in dreamland. Thus, a soundscape like this one can help us improve our sleep. Have a try, and comment below.

Composite Generators

This sound generator is a composite. You can recognize composite generators by their icon on the main index page. These generators are build from other generators' sources. They showcase how one can create new soundscapes by combining audio elements found in others.

Check out the community page, the place where patrons of myNoise share their own composites. You can create your own too, refer to the side column to learn how.

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  My kids share a bedroom. Especially the youngest (3y) has a hard time to stop chatting and playing when it's time for bed. Now after their story, they also get 'a noise' . It helps them to stay quiet as they want to hear all of it (I use the slider animation). It's not a miracle solution, but it helps a lot.

  This reminds me of camping when I was younger.

  With this, I genuinely thought my window was open! Very relaxing, helped me get to sleep quickly.

  This is like camping outdoors.

  Sounds like I'm camping by a river! Brings back great memories!

  This what I have noticed when listening to daytime birds while falling asleep, that it disturbs my circadian rhythm. Also when I woke up and heard the real birds, it was quite confusing. Thanks to this generator I can listen to birds while falling asleep the right way!

  I almost always stay up late but never heard anything like this where I live :( Thank you so much for making this!