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The Infinite Loading Screen Soundtrack

Video and computer game fans know that feeling: you've waited so long for that new title, you've built up so much anticipation, and today is the release day! In the comfort of your well-worn seat, you're about to discover... After bursting open the shrinkwrap - or completing the download - you're just one loading screen away - an intermission that'll take a moment longer to complete as the game initializes itself for your first playthrough. But you don't care. You're savoring the rising tension as the progress bar fills. This splash screen is gorgeous and hypnotizing, pulsating with intricate designs, beckoning your imagination into digital worlds beyond your reckoning... all complemented by a music track that could lose yourself in, forever. On myNoise, it actually can!

Never change a winning team. This soundscape was made possible with the kind help of Torley - once again. Turn the Animation feature on. This will reveal the individual stems to you, in the most intriguing ways.

Published on October 1st, 2018

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  I could write entire stories about your music / soundscape generators. They have so much depth to them. Keep doing what you're doing!

  This never gets old.

  My paper would be naught without this. Thank you!

  This is an excellent backdrop for studies. I also imagine this as a tune playing behind a tech speaker or YouTuber.

  Out of the city where the sun partly shines, the view out your Spinner shows you a myriad of shapes- a field as far as the eye can see, filled with big heavy junks. The Kipple Wasteland was rumored to be a perfect spot for Replicants to land their stolen ships here.

  These little beep-booping noises are single-handedly getting me through writing an essay. They are engaging enough to keep me focused but not enough to distract me, it is perfect.

  I love this noise - I combine it with Thunder and Rain: Distant Thunder setting to feel like I'm in a sci-fi film watching as aliens descend right before the final act! Love it - you're the man Stéphane!

  It feels somehow soothing. It makes me feel so nice... I love it!

  Feels like I was the device being charged mentallly, just like phones are charged thru a cable.

  If you know about brain waves (in the "experimental" category) then you can really appreciate this one. The low bass note it keeps returning to is exactly 40hz, and the pulsing in the background is almost exactly 8hz--both combine to energize you while also helping you relax. I love this one.

  Have you ever heard of subnautica, synthwave, vaporwave or any other "wave" mediums? If so, this generator may just be for you. 10/10 my new daily generator.

  If my ADHD brain starts to get distracted, I use this to make it less impacted. Though by writing this review, I procrastinate from what is due.

  I use "Now Loading..." pretty much all day, every working day, when I'm writing code. It puts my brain into an almost Zen-like mode, and I get extraordinary clarity of thought.

  I love this so much, it is so cool.

  You make me question whether or not I want the game to load at all.

  This generator, as well as Polyrythyms, are much more upbeat than the rest of the generators, which, when writing fight scenes (especially sci fi), comes in rather handy. 10/10!

  This generator is by far my favorite to use the animation feature on, especially with the "deep" animation mode.

  I like this as a Minecraft music substitute.

  Sets a perfect mood for writing sci-fi!

  This is just GREAT.

  These settings make it seem like the music of a space game. Great generator! Great like all the generators on!

  Definitely got some "hacker mode" vibes here. Great work, Dr. P!

  Feels like I'm an elite space solider or something- confident, just before the battle. T-minus ten minutes to touchdown. Time to suit up and move out. Good luck, men!

  This reminds me of Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth: Hacker's Memory! It's a really good game!

  This is great for blocking out all the outside sounds and just relaxing.

  I got an odd chuckle out of this, being a gamer who has to put up with loading screens a lot this feels very accurate to that feeling of juuuuuussssst waaaaiiiiitttttiiiiinnnngggg...

  Getting total Tangerine Dream vibes from this. Just enough sound information to keep it interesting and varied but not crazy enough to be distracting. Perfect.

  I suffer from anxiety and depression and this just removes me from it all :) I cannot say how much this has helped me. Thank you so much.

  Currently playing Mass Effect Legendary Edition, and this captures it's feeling perfectly, it could very well be a music track in the game :D

  This music helps me to actually get work done. I love bass so if you really like bass this is for you. It helps me to focus and stay on track while feeling confident.

  I just came back to say that my exams went well, so thanks =)

  Probably my favorite soundtrack, I have an important exam in a few days and it helps me focusing on my work. I do no longer feel guilty for stalling and avoiding the moment of my study time.

  For me, this is super relaxing. I love to listen to for fun (like I'm doing right now) and I also listen to it to calm me down when I panic or get stressed. Thank you!

  I really like random(ish) ambient noises in video games; this really captures that feeling.

  The settings I have it on currently sound so similar to the background music loop in Disneyland CA's Tomorrowland. Futuristic sci-fi flutters and synth chords mixed with heavy bass hits. At a time like this when I can't visit Tomorrowland in person, this is a fantastic alternative.

  I got lost in this so easily, amazing!

  This really reminds me of starting up Hitman, planning your equipments and how to approach the scenario. Excellent!

  I use this setting while doing homework. One of my fav generators here!

  First i thought it was loading. Then it's the wonderful “Now Loading“ ... peaceful for gamers like me!

  I love video games, so this is perfect for me. And I really do feel like I'm inside a video game!

  Underneath other gens with Bass and Kick at max, it sounds amazing!

  Reminds me of the soundtrack from 'Thor: Ragnarok' when they were on Sakaar.

  I have been trying to work on my homework for a while. I kept getting distracted, so I turned to myNoise once again. I clicked on this. Now I'm more motivated to get it done. OH MY WORD.

  I'm desperately trying to get homework done, oh my goodness I needed this sooooo much. Thank you!

  I love the deep low noises. So good to work to.

  This Mixed w/ Hydrogen XII is amazing!

  Turn on slider animation, make slider animation mode deep, and make sure it's on normal speed. Enjoy.

  Add dark water with this. Trust me <3

  Feels so much like loading screen music for one of the original Mass Effect games. So anticipatory and drenched in cyberpunk intrigue. It's impossible not to feel an adventure approaching.

  One of the best generators of this site to help focusing on work. ADHD and noisy open-offices were making it difficult to focus, and that's how I found myNoise. Being stuck working from home allows for a quieter environment, but the home environment creates more temptation to get distracted. I found this one as I wanted a change from my usual "Take it Easy", and it is as great for my ADHD!

  This is such a beautiful soundscape that has a very definite 'root' that continues endlessly, with an ever-changing atmosphere surrounding it. I find that these two perfectly blend together and create a backdrop that is always so nice to return to - the deep, aggressive bass hits with a breathing environment.

  This music is so relaxing at just the right settings. I love it!

  Sounds best w/ extreme slider animation and fastest speed!

  Wow the gems you find on this site, and this one is no exception! The rhythmic tempo to this and the patterns that repeat in different ways over time make it so that I don't focus on the music, but it still serves to push me to keep coming back to work instead of getting distracted. Thank you so much!

  Setting this to animate on the deep setting at whatever speed makes it feel like an ever evolving background ambience track in a space game like Eve Online or Mass Effect, I love it.

  It's a lively soundscape that helps to get things done.

  This sound helps me be motivated.

  Super useful for studying to! Also kinda reminds me of My Hero Academia battle soundtracks, which I'm a huge fan of. Really cool!

  This really helps me to concentrate on my writing. I have got all sorts of new ideas for my book to come. I am able to make up scenes in my head and turn sounds into other sounds. One of my weird ideas is it reminds me of a small cottage by the open sea, perched high up on rocks. The wind is howling gently and the waves are lapping slightly. Thanks guys and keep it up!

  This setting wakes me up and helps me focus.

  This reminds me of the end of the National Treasure movies. It gives the same feeling of "the adventure has ended, but the next one is around the corner".

  So pleaaaaaasiiing.

  This may seem kind of weird, but, I think of a huge ocean. And sometimes I hear, the call of dolphins.

  It helps me feel creative during my drawing.

  Even when I'm not doing anything, just listening to this, with all the Ostinatos high up, it's so entertaining to listen to. But at the same time, it helps me focus on my homework. I love this one, definitely going to come back to it.

  This is perfect for me to study to, I can have it on low volume for hours at a time!

  I prefer not too many high noises. This one's perfect!

  Perfect for coding! Reminds me of Mr. Robot soundtrack, which gets me quickly to "hacker mode" mood.

  Fantastic! I can just lose my sense of reality here!

  Now Loading really helps me get my groove on! I just lose myself.

  My new favorite! I love it when I do my graphic design work.

  I listen to this generator all the time at work while doing data entry -- it makes me feel a lot more like a cyberpunk protagonist as I work my desk job, and helps keep me focused like nothing else. Energizing and atmospheric!

  I am currently in a rest area in mirror's edge. The action has stopped and i've got time to catch my breath.

  This is a awesome noise! This is a new favorite. It has curiousness , wonder , and excitement all at the same time! Thank you!

  Was going to do the Commander Shepard thing, but someone else snagged that one. Heavier base. Personal favorite for studying/working. Keeps me focused.

  This is what making love to a handsome robot probably sounds like.

  This setting has a cyberpunk sci-fi vibe to it that I greatly enjoy.

  Increased the speed and removed a couple of patterns: I discovered a completely new atmosphere!

  I'm Commander Shepard, and these are my favorite sounds on the Normandy.

  I am a long time user and supporter of myNoise. It never ceases to amaze me how new and different all these sounds are. Just when I think there aren't any more soundscapes that can be made, Stephane produces another awesome noise! This is honestly just what I was needing for a change of pace and to help me focus at work, and my around my noisy roommates. This pairs well with "Take it Easy".

  Reminds me of the “Mass Effect” game! Easy favourite..

  This sound generator just feels like the start menu of the greatest game ever!

  You should listen to this with only the low bass turned all the way up... It's pretty cool.

  This is literally just a Voltron: Legendary Defender soundscape, which is great because I don't have to actually listen to V:LD's soundtrack to feel that colorful, spacey vibe. Thanks for further removing me from Voltron.

  They need to play this at Epcot lol! Very nice.

  This feels like a digital party about to start.

  This is like being at a movie, and an epic moment comes in, and you start getting shivers... But the moment is endless...

  This reminds me so much of Hitman. It's the general feel of the game while you discover the map and follow your target at a safe distance. Plotting and planning the perfect hit in the most stealth way possible. This soundscape reads "Agent 47" written all over it. Thanks!

  I think I'm in love with this one! (I'm listening to it 3 hours before the New Year because it really does set the mood for the prospect of facing 2019. Heh) Definitely the most thrilling one I've heard yet.

  This is my favorite soundscape by far! It reminds me of the soundtrack to Disney's Test Track ride, or Mission Space. It brings me happy memories and keeps me upbeat as I work. Thank you so much!

  One of my favourites so far!

  I have disassociation problems, and this is amazing for it. It's calming and relaxing, but there's enough aspects to focus on to keep me awake and aware of the world. The layers of sound are amazing. Try identifying the rhythm; it's kind of hard to time it all right!

  This one unexpectedly helps me grow motivation to work, with a sprinkle of epic.

  This honestly does help a lot with focusing and does sound very similar to a loading screen soundtrack, only way better! Can't wait to test this out with other generators.

  These sci-fi soundcapes have been a godsend. Truly helps me keep my ADHD at bay and get enough stimulation in the background to focus on my work without looking for more. It's night and day.

  Pairs very well with Gregorian Voices. Turn the far right reverb slider on Voices up to 75