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Lonely Unease

The feel of a long since rendered unliveable landscape, drawing from the Atomic City soundscape to give an irradiated feel, as if just being there could be harmful...

This custom generator was suggested by Eric, a fan and patron of myNoise. Read the side column below to learn how to create your own custom generator.

Published by Stéphane on July 8th, 2019

User Stories

Write your own here. Click the blue bulletsto load associated settings.

  That old radio station has been operating autonomously for over 40 years. Nobody's tried to access it since the accident left the area dangerously irradiated, but you just have to know: how is it still going? There's only one way to find out...

  Paired with the "Almost Unreal" Healing Water, it reminds me to the spring morning time near a construction site, when the birds welcomed the sun by the solemn hymn, and the heavy machinery started working. It is still rather gloomy, even with bird songs!

  Combined this with church sounds & ham radio, quite eerie, and stalker/metro-esque. I love it.

  Drop out the Bells Breath, bring up Hurricane Irma, and pair with Number Stations (only the right five and the first two down low).

  Very reminiscent of the soundtrack for the game S.T.A.L.K.E.R. Pairs well with forest and outdoor generators.

  Pairing this with Distant Thunder is the perfect atmosphere for moody apocalyptic writing!

  Wrote a really great horror chapter to this one! The footsteps and the creaking noises created the right ambience to keep me in the scene.

  Great ambiance when paired with Crosstalk and SO6 from Numbers Stations to add a more conspiracy thriller vibe.

  Played along with "Cat Purr", it's just you and your kitty holed up safe inside a bunker while the world storms outside. Cozy!

  Why do I find the sounds of a post-apocalyptic wasteland so soothing? Thank you for this soundscape.

  This one particularly made me shook for real because of the sudden high notes lol the atmosphere is too damn creepy. Don't try this.

  It was pretty interesting to have this and the Gregorian Voices open at the same time. Unintentional, but it was something nonetheless.

  All this needs is the voice on the megaphone, "Vnimaniye, vnimaniye... vnimaniye, vnimaniye..."

  Oddly, it pairs quite well with Railroads.

  Excellent air of unease - not exactly relaxing, but excellent for atmospherics.

  My goodness, this suits the music from the series 'Chernobyl' by Hildur Guðnadóttir so enormously well!

  After watching the Sky series Chernobyl, this really evokes that eerie, desolate, fallout vibe.

  Wow... creepy!

  Good yob! The subtle tension feels just right.

  I can imagine a scene where the camera is just panning out from the ruined land as the scene fades to black. -Novi

Create Your Own

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.