Space Gazer
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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.

Searching for E.T.

Earth began leaving an electromagnetic signature in space when mankind started transmitting signals by radio waves. Other civilizations outside our solar system may have started these waves too! Are we alone in the universe? The detection of extra-terrestrial signals may help to answer the question. This search is an exercise in patience and optimism, but also an exquisite soundscape on myNoise!

Published on November 29th, 2019

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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  Thank you Dr P! This is a fascinating, complex musical soundscape. It is helping me focus on work when I would rather be on weekend mode. I feel rewarded listening to this and is just what I need to push through the end of the work billing cycle!

  It doesn't sound as a composite generator but as an original one. Paired with the Gibbon Calls from the Jungle Life, it associates with Angkor Wat where monkeys are calling instead of monks.

  Very much in the vibe of the best Berlin school space music ambient from the 70s. Definitely going in my 'favorites' list!

  I like it combined with rain noise. It makes me feel like what the background noise would be if there was a sci-fi movie set in my neighborhood in the '90s.

  This sounds like an actual song!

  This sounds like electric whales.

  I like listening to Space Gazer and Black Hole at the same time. the

  This makes studying so much more fun!

  Wow! This is so mysterious and at the same time relaxing! It helps me focus.

  Wow! This is incredible! it has so many good sounds. I can hear Now Loading in there. Great sounds! One of the best yet!

  Oh wow, all my favorite parts of all my favorite generators! It's too good to be true!

  That's a really well built generator which definitely remind me of the galaxy map theme of Mass Effect. Well played!

  Wonderfully quiet and contemplative.

  Reminds me of the good old Space Night program on German TV. I hope that humanity will start to appreciate technology and explore outer space. All aboard the Enterprise!

  Sounds like something I would personally sample for the intro to some space music. I can honestly envision myself already on some other planet beyond the limit of what is currently visibly to us. Sets the mood for looking at space pictures, realizing the grand scale of it all, and getting existential.

  Drifting through the solar system...