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Steve Harrison helps to run Tinnitus Talk Support Forum, a well known forum among tinnitus sufferers. He is also the creator of various neuromodulation sound sequences, designed to help people with tinnitus. When Steve asked if we could use the myNoise audio engine, to play back his sequences, he was probably not aware of what my sound engine was capable of... In terms of mangling his original audio files! The final result is quite surprising, and interesting. Not only have we created a sound machine that generates the same frequencies as Steve’s original sequences, but also a sound generator that may squash down or mask your tinnitus. Try the original sequence — — or one of the other presets, and see what works best for you.
What if it doesn't? Don't see it as a problem and pretend your tinnitus does not exist: it's simply one additional layer to this totally weird sonic construction. Have fun with it. Enjoy listening to it. And de-stress. De-stressing and pushing your tinnitus out of your mind are probably among the best pieces of advice you can get. Tinnitus can jump in and play with your nerves, you need to stop letting it do so and teach your brain to tune it out.
Use this sound generator as you like. It probably makes sense not using all sliders at the same time. Start with all sliders set to zero, then select the slider(s) that mask or blend with your tinnitus best. Set their levels to the minimum setting, mixing to your tinnitus so you can just hear it. You will then achieve the most efficient masking sound and the lowest fatigue. When using all the sliders, make sure to try the Animation feature, set to its maximum speed. The effect is interesting.
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Yes. Really does improve my tinnitus. Even more, I find it actually quite soothing as ambience for indoor work - less aural fatigue than white noise. For some reason, it even makes house-cleaning less tedious :-) Kudos!
As a musician, I have to deal with tinnitus on the daily. It got bad this morning, and this helped me out a ton.
The tinnitus neuromodulation noises have had a proufound effect on lessening my tinnitus and I thoroughly recommend it to anyone who is seeking relief. Short of a future breakthrough in medication or surgical treatments, this is the best solution I have come across and it makes life that bit more bearable. Many, many, many thanks!
After listening to the Sinescape preset for this generator for only maybe 20 minutes, I found that my rather loud tinnitus because much quieter and almost non-existent immediately after removing my headphones. I'm curious to see how long this lasts, but it's quite a relief even for a little while!
This generator is the first thing that helps with my tinnitus, lowering its pitch and volume until it's almost gone even after I took off the headphones. The relief only lasts for a few hours, but to someone who has a constant high pitched noise in their ears otherwise, those hours mean the world. I cannot thank you enough for your amazing work, Stéphane. You're a true blessing to the world.
After listening to this for awhile, my tinnitus was actually GONE after I took off my headphones. I don't know how long this will last but thank you. I will enjoy this sweet, sweet silence while it lasts. Donation coming your way as soon as I get home! Love this site.
My tinnitus is quite high-pitched and fairly constant. If I play this sequence for a little while, it brings it back down under a low roar, if only for a few hours. <3
I cannot express my thanks! Every sound has changed my life in a different way! Thank you SO MUCH! Thank You!!! These settings seem to be the ultimate cure to my T.
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Holy Crap! I was experiencing on of my usual Tinnitus spikes (and you know how annoying this can be). I tried this custom noise take from one of the testimonials and my tinnitus just went down from 10 to 4! Thanks!
Brilliant site I could spend hours here. I have tinnitus a different high pitched frequency in each ear. Slightly spacey space-station? A little dreamy but a little sedating as well and kills the tinnitus.
This works for me - a little dreamy but a little sedating as well.
This is a very strange soundscape, but in an enjoyable way. I personally do not have tinnitus, but I think this is still fun to listen to. You just have to find the right sliders to make sense of this one, hahaha.
That's artificial rain... trickle, and some wind. Very relaxing during computer work! Both stimulating and calming. :)
I have Tinnitus. I also have perfect hearing and from years of being a musician one would anticipate hearing loss. None. I am also a Director for an electric and water utility and I have a lot of concentrating work (reports, analysis, etc). When My Tinnitus is in full flight, it is impossible to concentrate. This is a life saver. I can work all day and feel the calming of the tones. Amazing!
I am sitting in the library trying to work and someone near me has the touch-tones turned all the way up on their phone. This is the only thing that drowns it out. Thank you!!!
Back again, THANK GOD for this. When I'm having a rough day with my T, I just come home, throw this on and chill and just zone out and stuff I love it. Thank you!
May be my imagination, listened for about 15 min, then when taking my speakers away from my ears, my pulsating tinnitus was quieter.
First I found myself heaving a relieved sigh, and then started crying when I found the custom noise that masked my tinnitus. It has been five months of unrelenting high pitched whine, yet I refused to allow myself a pity party, concluding, "It is what it is; suck it up, girl, there is little you can do." But to have this respite is a great blessing. Thank you!
Kudos to all who put this wonderful chaotic neural symphony together! As a tinnitus sufferer I found the sounds had a very soothing effect on me. I will be using this selection again for sure.
I noticed listening to music with different frequencies helps soften my Tinnitus. I have a constant 24/7 14,000hz sawtooth sound in my head for the two years. This program is amazing!
It is soothing but I hear my tinnitus while I am listening to it. I don't really think this would help me in any way, long term. It is soothing though, so thanks for that!
Not for me. Sounds more like star wars. What really helps me is a soft noise plug. Stick in the ear canal and when the sounds starts bothering switch to other ear. This is the only thing that helps me.
This is incredible. I've had a fairly mild, but annoying tinnitus accompanying me for some time now and this Neural Hack makes it seem magically inexistent. I am impressed (and very relaxed).
I have been listening to music with MY Tinnitus frequency embedded into the music. I understand this works for some, not me. After over 6 months, no change. The past two days have been horrible... I am a musician and although I have been playing rock music for over 40 years, I have no hearing damage at all... 20 minutes on customizing my own pattern, I can actually concentrate on my work!
Thank you so much for this incredible site! I'm quite happy to make a donation to you out of simple gratitude for all your efforts putting these sounds online for us, and keeping the site (and your iOS app, myNoise) working. I've experienced persistent tinnitus for a couple decades, now, with almost no respite except after one minutes or so of "Neural Hack" or "Neural Symphony!" Amazing!
I have severe tinnitus and this noise generator may actually change my life.
Thank you so much for this. It provides relief for my tinnitus when nothing else does.
This site is amazing! Brilliant concept and execution! As a Tinnitus sufferer, it has become safe haven for me. Thank you so much, Stephane!
I'm a fairly new comer to myNoise having serendipitously discovered the site only three weeks ago and a very long sufferer of Tinnitus. I have only discovered this particular generator only moments ago and jumped right in to listen. Ironically, I've been having episodes all week so I'll absolutely write the results of my experience after one week and again at two weeks. Today is 8 June '16
Something very weird happens if I listen to this for 15-20 minutes: in addition to the tinnitus masking, my mind actually "quiets down". The parts of my brain that would normally be wandering seem to be occupied chasing down the bells and warbles, allowing the rest of my attention to focus entirely on the task at hand. Awesome brain hack.
I don't have tinnitus, but I find myself enjoying the bizarre dreamlike discord that using the animation sliders can provide. It's a rather lovely chiming chaos... that is weirdly calming to me. I'm not sure what that says :)
My goodness, I've been waiting for something like this. God Bless!
I guess I am fortunate that I only get ringing in my ears when I take certain prescription medications — I can't believe my luck that a few hours after I took the medication I started to get the ringing and came here to find some rain sounds and discovered this new generator. What a gift this is! Thank you, thank you, thank you!
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Each slider controls a particular frequency band, from the lowest to the highest frequency. Adjust sliders to taste.
To mask undesirable noises, focus on bands sharing the same tone as the noise you want to cover. Doing so achieves a higher efficiency, and quieter masking noise levels.