The noise, without the dust
Often, we are asked which noise would effectively block the sounds of a nearby construction site. Now we have the answer, and the anti-noise by excellence: the sound of a... demolition site!
If you can't beat your enemies, join them. We already introduced this concept earlier: a similar noise that masks another. By sharing the same acoustic properties as the nuisance, our masking signal achieves higher efficiency and can be used at quieter levels than any other masking sound. And because of the similar nature of our masking noise, even when the nuisance spikes above the mask, it will still be camouflaged!
Try listening to our demolition site generator for a quarter of an hour, and see if your brain slowly learns how to filter it out from your conscious perception. In most cases, it will do so after a couple of minutes, because our noise has been designed to sound very even. Soon or later, you will realize that not only has the masking noise been wiped from your perception, the unwanted noise has as well.