Shade
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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.

Embrace The Darkness

Liquid darkness reduces the light. Contours fading. Colors melting. Figures disappear in the depth of shadows.

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

Published on January 1st, 1970

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.

Testimonials - write yours here

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  I love the conversation you had with Arend! I encourage all listeners to take the time to read it, so insightful and informative. Thank you both for sharing! Shade was a new 'favorite' and now I know why!

  You're slowly being pulled towards something. You don't know why you go but it feels so right to. Perfectly atmospheric., love this.

  This setting with Twin Black Lodges both at slowest animation gives awesome beautiful soundscapes. I've found a new favorite combo.

  This is really enjoyable, I am often interested in understanding how musical tones will influence my mood, based on the theory of harmonic resonance influencing our consciousness-bearing. Old musical scholars developed this idea. I don't find this "shade" to be bad, because if there is a light then there also has to be a shade/shadow to accompany it.

  This is amazing. It's what I imagine the background sound to be for Antelope Canyon in Arizona.

  This is one of my favorites. Raise Circular Breeze to 0 dB, lower out every slider before, and gradually decline the sliders from Circular breeze onward, and you get the perfect dreamlike ambience. It doesn't exactly loop perfectly, but for the amount of time it lasts, it's beautiful.

  This is a beautifully haunting sound that I honestly could see myself using over and over. I love the slowly evolving atmosphere created that faded in and out over time and it seems so terrifying yet so peaceful at the same time! I love it!

  For some reason I am taken back to the world of Half Life, wandering through abandoned buildings, not knowing what is hiding around the corner, trying to find my way.

  This reminds me of the BGM in Limbo, which is really great because no other game has made me as calm before. Try playing this with Thunder & Rain if you haven't!

  Drifting through blackness, unaware of time. Feeling the breath as it barely escapes past tongue and teeth. Unaware of time... yet acutely aware of a presence. Some one or some... thing... is very near. Despite the deep dark you force your eyes shut and pray... pray for light. The tiniest spark to illuminate the darkness, but what will the illumination reveal?

  This is eerily relaxing. I can't wait to try it tonight when it's dark.

  The custom slider settings I used for this generator reminds me a lot of the Deep Sleep flash game series on Armour Games by Script Welder. Listening to this makes me feel like I am in Deep Sleep trying to find a way to wake up, but I just can't and it is to late. I have become the Shadow Person. -NaterOfTheWired