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Pulse probes provide travellers of the future a steady reference to their GPS (Galactic Positioning System) devices. You are currently listening to the myNoise probe, located at -57° 14′ 12″ 18h 36m 56s celestial coordinates, and sending a steady 4Hz reference with sub-atomic accuracy :D


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!

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  I love this, I also thought of a game that I loved. In my case it was Mass Effect.

  I had a lot of homework to do and this really helpped me focus.

  I love this because it remids me of the music from the first Deus Ex videogame, one of my favorite games of all time.

  Its sounds like the ambient bits of the FTL: Faster Than Light soundtrack and the description really solidifies that feeling. I always enjoy the little scene you write on these and given the smiley face at the end, I think you enjoy writing them.

  Great soundscape! Planetary. Universal. Cosmic. I just miss one thing: a driving bass...

  This magnificent soundscape catapults me back to my early teens, when one of our many Wednesday afternoon activities of the Sint-Jan Berchmans college was a visit to the planetarium at the Heizel park in Brussels, Belgium. I remember being completely impressed and overwhelmed by the stunning 360 degrees projections and the perfectly selected accompanying music by Jean-Michel Jarre and Vangelis.

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The VoidCosmos BreathDark PassageThe LightAnimate This! Surprise!

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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 a total of 10 sliders. Now hit [shift+c] to render your custom generator. At any point in the process, press [x+c] to clear the hidden stack.