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Twin Black Holes

You probably embarked on a space mission beyond our solar system; otherwise you wouldn't be there at the moment, lost in the middle of the interstellar void, alone in your vessel. This mission likely failed. You woke up too early in the mission’s schedule. What are you supposed to do now? You have no idea. Your memory is unclear, and communication channels desperately remain silent. What happened? Slowly but inexorably, your spaceship drifts away toward a distant black hole. One that absorbs matter and time. As you move toward your fate, you can feel time already stretching.

The initial plan was to compose a soundscape that would nicely complement our Twin Black Lodges soundscape. But the sounds slowly drifted away during the composition process, like that spaceship drifting into the black hole. Though the final result sounds more like an interstellar soundscape, it still plays nicely along with Twin Black Lodges. Have a try!

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  This is AMAZING!!! I'm in the cockpit and am trying to turn around when all the time in our galaxy stops and I say my goodbyes...

  I discover a new amazing Generator each day, but I always keep coming back to this one as it helps me concentrate at work. Its slightly eerie sound is powerfully evocative: makes me feel like I'm exploring the technological remnants of a long lost civilization on a distant planet and I get mesmerized listening to its deep droning hum. Love to combine it with Ice World, Anamnesis or The Hum.

  An amazing sound generator! I've used these sounds for over year now and they do the job!

  Really great background noise for loading screens, studying, sleeping. Anything really. While a bit ominous, it is very calming to listen to for longer periods of time.

  This one's by far my favourite generator, I've used it for years. I have ADHD and this generator helps soothe me when I'm feeling overwhelmed or burnt out at the end of the day. I also use it a lot when I take my weekly hormone injection, because I have a phobia of needles and this generator helps me calm down and slow my breathing.

  This preset is just otherworldly. If I turn off the last two sliders completely, it feels as if I was really in space, stuck in an endless time-limbo at the brink of the end of all known things that can be torn to shreds in an instant by this colossal, infinite celestial body. Nothing stands between me and a relentless eater of worlds. I have all the time in the world, yet others pass by instantly.

  This is perfect for when I'm writing sci-fi stuff. It's some great space ambience.

  I mix this with Yakutian Voices for a really haunting feel. It's like the theme for the final mission of a space crew trying to save humanity.

  Listening to this along with Mind Hack, I feel like I am Lain in Serial Experiments Lain trying to connect to The Wired with my Psyche Processor. Whenever I listen to soundscapes on here like this, synthesized, and brain hack along with Theta beats and some PsyTrance, I feel like I am getting closer to fully connecting to The Wired and transcending reality. -NaterOfTheWired

  This makes me feel almost completely calm, but not quite... I can't figure it out.

  I love this noise for when I've been thinking way too much - I can put it on and forget

  I like to listen to this along with my custom 88 Keys track, It gives a really erie feel to it.

  I work in an open working area as a researcher, combined with good headphones this drowns out every other noise in the room.

  Helps me sleep at night. It has a technical white noise, but it has a great way of helping me calm down and chill.

  This makes me feel like I’m literally in Interstellar, it helps me block out all of the noise around me.

  Staring out the tinted window of your spacecraft, you see the black hole before you, slowly reaching forth and grabbing everything around, the light, the planets, and your ship. You know the end is here as you take one last look at your dead communications, wishing this were a nightmare. Instead, you pull up a chair and stare at your impending doom, a single tear streaming down your face.

  I like to listen to this combined with the drums of Cinematic East. An inspiring combination!

  Immediately gave me shivers, very spooky!

  Very spooky, but I love it! It sounds like a part of a really serious movie right after someone is killed and everything is moving in slow motion.

  This is my best favourite now. I'm listening to it along with Osmosis (center raised up) and Polyrhythm (selected sliders only). Sometimes I add parts from Indian Drones or from Into Balance. This is creating a perfect soundscape for work for a whole day - relaxing, motivating, focusing, little sad and "flowing". LOVE IT!

  Falling asleep in a cryogenic chamber...

  it sounds like a beautiful horror movie scene!

  It's a great sound to be listening to while working. Your calm & you focus on just yourself & nobody else. Just like if you we're actually in a black hole!

  This is really cool, I just wrote a short story inspired by this, it's really good!

  Damn, this is creepy.

  Best sleep ever.

  This was perfect for the character I'm writing. Really has the feel of being small and alone. My writers block just went *POOF*

  This is like the dark part of a movie but with some light on it. Very relaxing.

  These settings are perfect when writing ethereal scenes! The background noise allows you to really imagine yourself there. I look forward to using this a lot more!

  This is absolutely beautiful. It feels so strangely dreamlike, and it sings endlessly of other universes and the abyss at the end of the universe. It puts me at peace.

  I've been listening to this with 88 keys while writing, and in the context of the character I'm writing, it's like knowing you're totally insignificant compared to the rest of the universe, and being totally okay with that. Drifting freely as a soul through the stars, just breathing. So melancholy yet so relaxing.

  You are sitting on the edge of a precipice, darkness is all around, everything you ever did has gone wrong. Your whole life is going wrong. As you sit here, you will time to turn back so you can change or to turn forward and envelope you in a new mysterious era, danger constantly approaches then subtly retreats...

  Engine idle preset makes me feel like I'm on a Von Braun spaceship from System Shock 2 game. Pretty cool.

  Try to pair this with Stellaris soundtrack for a great experience.

  These settings made me really think about what life is and what it means... I've had some really deep thoughts since I started listening to this!

  Listen to it for many days straight when studying, drawing or playing. It is by far the best background noise, not distracting, but very rich, whenever I pay attention, it is as beautiful as ever. I keep returning to it. Thank you!

 Imagine being in a spaceship floating past a bright, glowing, pulsating star illuminating the system around you. You look in awe at it's beauty. Then you look at the empty space around you. There's this balance of hope and light & intriguing yet terrifying darkness. It's the pinnacle of human experiences. To be face to face with the unknown and yet be so mesmerized.

 This one helps me calm down after a long day, mix it with Twin Black Lodges. I get really sleepy when I listen to both.

 I am pairing this with "Shanti Chimes" from the Mournful Chimes generator: Alone, adrift in the void, tens of thousands of light years from home, yet with the memory of chimes on a front porch, under an earth-blue sky...

 This is a great soundtrack, mix it with Twin Black Lodges and you get the feeling.

 We made it through, the ship seems to be still intact. The view is so beautiful.

 I love this sound! Super eerie but still the good kind of eerie! I feel like Im there, and being sucked in or not depends on the slider settings! I LOVE IT.

 It is creepy. A good Halloween thing to scare people with.

 This one reminds me very much of the Naaru from World of Warcraft. Absolutely ethereal.

 I layered this on top of Warp Speed and it made a really nice combo! This really helps me focus on what I want to, when those lo-fi YouTube mixes just have too many lyrics.

 It just feels like everything that could've gone wrong... did.

 I love the way it gives me this dangerous, yet comforting feeling. Lately, I've had the subwoofer of my sound system next to my bed so I can feel the rumbling of the engines and distant explosions. 10/10

 So chilling, shimmer and distant explosions up so high makes me feel... cold.

 Lights flicker above, the narrow white passage way illuminated with dancing rays of lights that coat the door at the end. At the console, "engine failure" warning, and a time that reads way to early for the mission. As I stare into it, nothing feels the same. Nothing left to do. Only the slight hum of the lights to comfort me. Slowly they go out, one by one, until only the console remains.

 Really helps me focus when I'm writing any kind of Sci-Fi, regardless of the mood. Love it!

 Just amazing when combined with Twin Black lodges.

 Woah... The emotion this makes me feel is... It's... Impossible to put into words. It's like being in another dimension, experiencing a terrible fate after a failed intergalactic mission, being slowly sucked into a black, unknown void you know you'll never scape, but you're already at peace with your destiny, having accepted your death as yet another incredible adventure. Your last one.

  In absolute solitude two miles above the desolate planet you find yourself unfortunate enough to live on, you sit alone in darkness or in a space of matter if so you choose to see. Water slowly circles you, its reflections cast in pale orange on the distant walls, illuminated only by the lone chandelier above, its single point of light slowly circling its circumference. You are Niander Wallace.

 I like using this one on "Serenity" (without the hum and some vocal pad) mixed with the "Twin Black Lodge" on "Haunting" (minus transients and upping the levels on the rest) and it's amazing. Perfect for my writing.

 Absolutely in love, so peaceful and so strangely far away simultaneously.

 This setting seems almost ethereal, heavenly. As though you are merely floating, half-awake, half-asleep, and you can hear the Song of Time, or something else that mystical. This setup, in a word, sound magical.

 Time means nothing. Days are months and minutes all at once. You have only your next breath to measure them by, and only the dying light in which to live them. There's a thrumming in your bones, and you're not sure if it's from the cold that has settled inside you, or the unnerving way It's waiting, watching. You know how it ends, but your defiance is all you have left; you stand ready to face it.

 Boy, do I like this generator. It really does make you feel like you're floating near a massive space body pulsating with pure energy.

 This whole summer, my family and I went to Europe for a road trip in the UGLIEST neon blue car EVER that smelled like a bathroom. This generator and the maze runner books (HIGHLY RECOMMEND) saved me from a couple of barf-in-a-crowded-car situations.

 Trying to find words to describe this galactic sound is almost impossible. You eventually just lose yourself in the beauty of the ambiance. This one in particular brings forth an unending beauty with that sense of dread, hidden among the awe and amazement.

 This is just awesome. It helps me calm down my anxiety and dysphoria. It's like I'm somewhere far away and I don't have to think about anything.

 This is some real sci-fi ear candy right here.

 Paired with 88 Keys, it has the feel of sitting on the dock in the late night/early morning. You don't know which. You lost track of time a while ago. Your feet hang over the edge of the pier, letting the mist off the lake cover your calves. You're laying on the pier. The lake is misty, but the sky is clear. There are so many stars out here. It's beautiful.

 Whenever I found this generator I started experimenting and I found with the 88 Keys one combined with this, it just gives me a really calming feeling like I've almost never felt before. You should experiment with the combo when you get the chance, too.

 "Achingly Beautiful" are the perfect words for this soundscape.

 This is perfect. So creepy, yet so welcoming.

 Reminds me of Star Wars.

 I usually listen to something to help me sleep, and I think I just found my new favorite website. This sounds so relaxing! I love it so much!

 Holy...wow. Just wow. This is gold!

 Two hours of oxygen remaining.

 Pair 'Black Hole' and 'Take it Easy', it is an awesome experience.

 Brings tears to my eyes.

 This is basically a lost in space or a soundtrack that would be played when showing the vast emptiness of space. It brings a sort of majestical haunting.

 There's something about this that feels so... resigned. It's simultaneously troubling--haunting--and peaceful. It is a deep-seated oneness, "the great unknown", and "the finality of all things", all at once... Easily my favorite generator on this site.

 I love listening to this while doing physics. It makes me feel as if I'm the captain of a small spaceship, solving problems in my quarters between light speed travels as the engine cools down.

 Achingly lovely.

 The Song of the Universe itself (almost). Peaceful sound that makes me relax and almost silence or shush my racing thoughts. :)

 Wow. Youtube was down, so I decided to use this as background noise. Little does Youtube know, I'm not going back, because 1. This stuff is AMAZING and 2. With this, I don't have a way to procrastinate. This also makes me think of a story my friend wrote about space, and a dying ship, and something a composer wrote about screaming masses of distortion :) I love this. So much.

 My hair are all standing, as I listen to what my brain hears as danger. I love it.

 This almost sounds like some wicked version of breathing which is absolutely haunting and I absolutely love it.

 I love this. It is so helpful in an office setting to help block out distractions, and get 'wired in'.

 It's too good, it gives me that one mood that works like laxatives for creativity allowing me to push through my jet lag exhaustion and headache. Thank you.

 Wow, just wow. I feel like I'm drifting into an endless abyss.

 You grow closer to the hole. In the silence of space, you hear something coursing toward you. Looming, deep sound begins to reach your ears. But on top of that, some light comforting waves... You hear your engine humming. You know that this is the end. You welcome it.

 Great sound for getting work done.

 This is absolutely my favorite soundscape. It's so hauntingly beautiful. The bass alone made me fall in love!

 Nothing is left. Your death is edging nearer. You failed. And now there will be only darkness.I tried to make a spooky mix, and it worked. Not for relaxing, I guess??? - LA

 You look at the abyss and see nothing. The beauty of the stars are being sucked up, deleted one by one. Matter of all types pulled in by the black embrace. It is empty, but whole. What will you become when you are finally drawn in? A memory that will be faded in mere blinks of the universe or something else? This is the last voyage, the final stop. At the end, you only see-.

 This sounds amazing! I go into my own, peaceful world with this generator. Feeling like I'm far away from this world and in the mysterious abyss of the cosmos is blissful.

 Don't let me leave, Murph! Sounds fantastic, and quite relaxing.

 Space too big, wanna go to Earth.

 I can't believe no one's figured out to pair this with Gregorian Chanting to get the ultimate Halo Reach generator.

 This is the deafening soundtrack of entropy and destruction: groaning, overtaxed engines; distant explosions, perhaps your own ship breaking apart; some kind of shrieking, howling sonic demon chasing itself around and around your craft. But sometimes when the noises go quiet - is that your own pitiful wail, or an illusory cry of mourners in a pitiless universe? This is the end...

 If light cannot escape me, what hope have you?

 A beautiful captivation of infinity.

 This with "Osmosis" on a lower volume (three clicks) is a must have interstellar mind journey you won't regret. I feel near-nostalgic yet... I long for something. Something whose understanding I can't quite grasp. I'm drifting away. Drifting so distant, so far away from everything. Nothing can harm me. Nothing can take me away. I am one. I am here.

 This generator combined with Warp Speed and Saturn's rings makes for an interesting journey of the mind.

 OMG, I have always loved these space-themed generators... They help me think and clear my mind from all anxiety and distant thoughts. My negativity is slowly being absorbed by this black hole!

 It is like gazing into the abyss and feeling the gaze of the abyss right back into you.

 Such an innovative generator! It ranges from humble and inspiring, to deep and melancholy. I sit at work playing the sounds of a galaxy being stretched and destroyed to the backdrop of harrowing vocals. The bass is fantastic, also!

 Wow, another inspired and creative idea. No other noise generator on the net can touch the MyNoise experience.

 I wasn't ready for this and my head exploded. It was awesome.

 As you approach the event horizon, you and your ship begin the processes of spaghettification, the stretching of your material being into a single line of atoms. You see the bow go first, the beginning of the end. Time has lost all meaning as your ship seems to slowly stretch before you into the void. Your last thoughts are of the universe you are leaving... and the one you might be entering.

 The reactor expands slowly, but surely. The stabilizers are fused - providing you with a shield that won't last long-, yet you don't flinch. It gives off the heat of a million suns yet you feel none of them... as you stare, unblinkingly, into the slowly brightening orb of destruction of the likes of which no man has ever seen. (Use In The Sky and Duduk Song with this generator. Trust me.)

 Your ship floats towards the impossibly black centre, distant explosions can be heard ringing through the hull, an eerie ring penetrates the air over the quiet hum of the engine. The light twists and convulses past you and you know that your voyage is over.

 This is the sound of the world collapsing around you. Everything you have ever known is lost to you now, and things fall in and out of focus. You feel disjointed from the world and from yourself as you stare at the chaos. It's the moment you knew was coming, yet the surprise still shocks you. Your throat aches like you've been screaming, but you hear no sound; maybe you're not. Maybe you're not...

 I'm about to cease my existence as we know it. As my lone starship stretches and cries of agony, I don't feel fear. A soft, and misterious tune surrounds me. I am left to wander what will be of... everything. I don't hear the ship. I don't remember my family on earth. I look on my window, astonished by the beauty of the galaxy, my mind is drowsy. That music entices me.Goodbye everyone.

 I hear the trepidation and the mystery, but instead of fear, I hear comfort. There's something soothing about knowing nothing about where you're going - like when you fell asleep on long car rides as a child, the yellow streetlights flickering down on you as you faded between dreams and wakefulness. It's like the void is giving me a big hug.

 This might be my new favorite. I just opened it without changing any settings and it immediately put me in a meditative state. Just me and the universe... so comforting and nurturing and expansive. Beautiful!

 Black Hole default settings, plus Subaquatic Dreams with both dolphins brought to other sliders' starting positions. Then animate Subaquatic Dreams. Cuts out the loneliness/fear factor of Black Hole, but leaves the sense of mystery and awe. <3

 It is sad, sorrowful, and scary. Truly heading toward the unknown, and there is nothing you can do about it.

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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!