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Home Sweet Home

People who love reading an exquisite book next to a window when it rains outside, know that feeling: the comforting warmth of a protected place, reinforced by the hot cup of tea sitting next to you. You can use this soundscape to relax while reading, or to boost your productivity while working. These sounds are very efficient at blocking audible distractions around you.

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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  T'was a dark and stormy night... I have been missing a rainstorm which I have never before experienced, and this helps me to relive a moment that is purely fictitious. Thank you.

  Beautiful generator! Maybe some other people will enjoy my settings. It's best with "Summer Night Thunder" or "Distant Thunder" plus "Rain On A Tent" in my opinion.

  This is the exact generator I have wanted for sooo long! I've always tried to make my own version by combining Distant Thunder (playing only thunder) with either White Rain or Tin Roof Rain with their treble sliders lowered, but this beats even that! It even has the infrequent pings made by rain hitting the metal vent cap on the roof! Simply amazing, the myNoise team has really outdone themselves! [Editor: it is not a team, but a single person - haha]

  Aaaand that's another one saved for later! Sounds great, very good at blocking noise, and makes me feel oh so cozy.

  Funeralopolis, grey morgue apocalypse. Black clouds form to block out the sun. Funeral planet, dead black asteroid. A perfect generator of all things dready, bleak, windy, distant, isolated, alone and calming. It puts me back into my own personal tomb where nothing but the calmness of the world and the pitter patter of the rain matter. Beautiful. Tremendous.

  Amazing work, sir. You have outdone yourself again. A totally immersive sound world; a recursive symphony that shatters the dichotomy of atonality vs harmony, having both in equal measure. Actually really wonderful to just get lost in listening, and temporarily subdue the malignant, constant background chatter inflicted by the tyrannical ego. John Cage would be proud!

  This reminds me of the summer thunderstorms that I miss so much! Being stuck inside and watching the rain is such a peaceful thing!

  This sound so relaxing with soft classical music in the background, especially Chopin. I concentrate a lot with this noise generator so thank you :]

  Listening to rain is an ultimate tranquilliser for me but there isn't much rain where I live, so it's nice to have this generator at my side :)

  While other around me are watching tv or doing other things, I put this on while reading. It really helps me focus on the story.

  Thunder resounds overhead, through thin, wooden walls. The deep rumble settles into your bones as rain pitter patters on the tin roof, and spare droplets drip down the windows. It's almost peaceful, for a thunderstorm. The crackle of the nearby fire blends into the wonderous cacophony. You are safe, and warm. What a nice night.

  I am looking out my window, 3600 feet in altitude on Halelakalā volcano, Maui... the sky is completely overcast... chance of rain? - With this generator, always 100%. ;-)

  My friend and I were going through these sounds and paired Cosy Rain with Examination Time and together they created the feeling of relaxing rain alongside a focused environment! We were wowed and wanted others to know about this, so we put the website on our social media profiles. Thanks Stéphane! H/T

  Here I logged on for something to inspire my writing, and this immediately had me hooked. THANK YOU. Perfect setting I want to be in for plotting and imagining.

  Using the animation setting is perfect. It makes it feel more realistic, because rain never stays at the same tempo or tone. When the thunder disappears for a while, and there's only a few drops of rain, and then when the rain and thunder comes back in full force - the Dr. captures it all!

  I love listening to the rain when I am in bed (and able to have the bedroom window open). I find it so relaxing - even more so with distant thunder. I live in southern Spain so it doesn’t rain that often. With this, I can set it whenever I like to emulate that relaxing sound I love so much.

  This is brand new and I just found this. I'm hooked already. It doesn't rain very much around here, so if I close my eyes, I feel like it is raining. Bravo!

  I used to live in a house with an aluminum roof. I loved it when it rained. Now I live in an apartment in which I can't hear rain sounds so well. Thank you for another great generator that gives me my rain back.

  Nothing but dreary rain outside while you are cosy inside - the perfect place to be. You can relax as there is nowhere to go, let the soft rain calm your thoughts to allow you to relax and either rest or be productive.

  Amazing. If I close my eyes, I can almost smell a plate of cookies.

  I like to use this kind of generator when it's actually raining outside, to cancel all other noises and fully immerse in the reality that it is, in fact, raining. It's a way to relax and fully experience the weather, when its real-life audible manifestations are just not enough!

  Oh? New stuff added? Oh! Instant favorite! And then I realize that for a guy that does not enjoy the rain for its sadness, and does not like to be wet, cold and humid, I have all the rain noise as a favorite. Is it serious, doctor?

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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.