The Mind's Ear
Interactive Soundscape Generator
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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.

Between dreams and the realm of our imagination

Acoustic sounds refer to the known world. If you listen to our Japanese Garden, for example, you will likely picture a garden, trees, birds and a quiet stream in the background. Unlike acoustic sounds, electronic sounds make no direct reference to the world as we know it. Therefore, they are talking to our imagination.

The imagination starts where knowledge ends. For us humans, it either means infinitely far away - at the edge of our universe - or deep within ourselves, with the mind and the questioning of our own existence. This soundscape has been designed as a bridge between the furthest frontiers of humanity; an invitation to explore the outer space of the mind's ear.

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 July 9th, 2018

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  It sounds like I am traveling through space, peacefully lost! I can picture this.

  I took the setting linked in this review -> " This almost puts me in a trance. It feels...." And I just gotta say... Space Whales. What are Space Whales? They look like blue whales, but they're twice the size of the largest home you can think of and float around in space instead of in the water. You're safe, comfortable even, and watching them from a window as they peacefully wander the galaxy.

  Out of fuel and out of hope at the edge of the known universe. I knew those fuel estimates were fishy, but I trusted my partner, Bob, with the math. Now all I can see is distant stars and the flickering light on the photo of my wife, Anabelle, and my two kids, Max and Janie. I feel like crying, but I would be spending too much oxygen,and I want every moment I have left to be spent looking at them.

  This is one of myNoise's many great soundscapes, and this has not failed to impress me. This right here is my custom soundscape.

  I'm convinced this is the creepiest generator and slide setting on this site. You can't tell me otherwise. I can't wait to write spooky stories to this.

  I'm convinced this is the creepiest generator and slide setting on this site. You can't tell me otherwise. I can't wait to write spooky stories to this.

  Why does this preset sound like a better Minecraft end dimension soundtrack.

  This generator is amazing. It improves my reading efficiency, and my chess game. Also make me kind of feel like I'm in a Sci-Fi movie haha. Love it!

  Getting transported to another dimension... So relaxing and helps a lot to focus on work.

  This + 88 keys set to animate + Twilight just instantaneously lifted the veil of fog over my brain that's been plaguing me for days. I keep reading all the comments on the different sounds I connect with, and even search out comments for ones I connect less with: the shared sense of wonder is everywhere. I don't understand if this is science or magic, what you do with the sounds here.

  Echoes of past battles clash with the overall reassuring tempo, and I know that I've found my Mind's Ear. Hopefully, you can enjoy it too.

  This is it... the finale. I love how many things you can make with just this generator! You can make a creepy, anticipating feeling or maybe a light hearted feeling of freedom!

  The shore by the ocean of gods is unlike any other, time and space are uncertain. Waves crash spastically, over and over. No one dares set sail, but the atmosphere brings solace to some. A wonderful soundscape.

  This one with all of the sliders off but ostinato, low lead and high lead, and those three sliders on animate ex 4x, played with Pebble Beach, Black Hole and Twin Black Lodges, all on animate ex 4x... so beautiful... mysterious, eerie and amazingly musical. Gives me such a zen feeling :D I'm so happy!

  This really helped me get back in my writing mood. An excellent generator!

  This and the "Now Loading" generator couldn't have come at a better time. I've been layering different generators for a cyberpunk novel I'm writing and your sounds always hit the perfect balance between giving sonic mood without being intrusive! Had to sponsor again, they're so good. Great work!For my Megacity soundscape - Animate Minds Ear, Steel Mill, Terminal A #1 and 7-10, and Memoriae #6

  Certainly brings Vangelis' landscapes to my mind. Blade runner is here definitely. A bit of Pink Floyd's Shine on...

  Such a beautiful soundscape. Really calms me down after a tough day.

  This almost puts me in a trance. It feels like a weight has been lifted off of me. I love it.

  Wow.. Wow.. Just wow.. I love it. -DJP

  Wow! A bit John Carpenter with a hefty dose of Blade Runner (1982). I love this!

  I did not intend it to be this way, for there are many of your sounds I wholeheartedly enjoy, but I love the Void. I cannot exactly say why except to say 'we reach'. [complete nerdy STTOS reference] Once again you have startled me, sir! Thank you.

  Combined with Distant Thunder, it gives me the perfect Blade Runner feeling to drift away from all sorts of daily trouble and even fall asleep.

  I love all your work, Stephane! From your biggest fan!

  Using this with Rain on a Tent, Black Hole, Oblivion, and Twin Black Lodges provides a soundscape perfect for writing a sci-fi -horror novel. I have always dreamed about writing a novel, but until this summer, I had no time to do it. It's raining outside and I can't seem to close the windows enough to keep all the wet away, so rain on a tent is perfect.

  This generator couldn't have dropped at a better time. For some reason, this is exactly the sound my ear infection needs. The "Reversed" slider feels like a massage on my ailing eardrum.

  Few days ago I listened to the music from the game URU, Kadish Monument theme, and thought that it would be great if there was generator like this theme... here it is! It's awesome! Thank you so much!

  Blade Runner

  I love these mixes! Thanks for all your hard work.

  This generator became my favourite in the first 30 seconds. Sounds just like an intro into some sci-fi show. Default volume + default animation is all I need for this generator, the most fuss-free thus far!

  Here is my personal favorite at the moment. For the patrons, the default settings are pretty great in the different root keys the default in G Key sounds very relaxing where as in F# it sounds like an urgent sci-fi action scene. This one is very fun to tweak. I also really like the Pulsar and Floating Presets. This one is great all around. Thanks again Stphane and Torley!


  Reminds me of the Outer Limits for some reason :)

  ← Settings for my SiFi Soundtrack

  Even on default settings, this is an amazing generator. Gives you that definite feeling of being on the edge of something, or just starting out that big journey. Hopeful and chippy, giving you that encouraging rhythm to keep moving! Perked me right up.

  Brilliant! Love it.