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A Never-ending Short Story

It started with a kind thank you message from a user of this site, and ended up in a fabulous collaboration whose this soundscape is the outcome. Meet Torley, a brillant electronic composer, fan of myNoise, and master of a new music genre he created himself: Sonic Short Stories. The rules are simple: come up with a specific idea and explore it in less than two minutes!

Now I realize that all the myNoise soundscapes could fit into that genre I didn't know it exist. The difference is the sound engine. While Torley composes finite-duration songs, the myNoise sound engine mangles audio stems to create an everlasting and everchaging atmosphere. Not surprising, both concepts blend very well, and Torley's Short Story as played through the myNoise audio engine, blends into what we now will have to refer as a... never-ending short story.

If you turn the Animation feature on, individual stems will be revealed to you, in the most interesting ways. Have a try!

Published on February 10th, 2017

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  This generator is awesome! I started writing a sci-fi story, and I find this great to listen to. I came up with some own settings for a gloomy scene in a spaceship.

  Playing this generator with Now Loading reminds me of my favorite game that takes place in space, Prey (2017). It gives me the same optimistic and motivated vibe I get from listening to the more positive songs of the soundtrack and helps me think creatively like I have to in the game itself.

  I never would've thought this would set a calming mood for something so simple as drifting in space without any interference from any other known body. This is the best thing I've encountered.

  New fave! This one's so fun and textured and I can't get enough.

  Wow! My head feels so fuzzy listening to this, it's such a wonderful feeling! Thank you so much for making this <3 Easily one of my favourites! :)

  This noise is truly wonderful, reminds me of somewhere no human might be seen, pristine and vast, and incomprehensible. Thank you myNoise and Torley for this generator.

  I see myself in Black Mesa after the "incident".

  I finally found it, the sounds I was looking for. I thought I would find sounds like this in space ^^ But heeey, you don't need to travel to the last star in the universe to find the experience which this generator gives. Not kidding, I got a weird energy flowing in my head while listening to it.

  It's feels so floaty and peaceful... like I'm drifting away to somewhere better, silently watching stars pass me by. I find it hopeful.It's really nice to write to. My thoughts can just kind of drift in and out and it blocks out everything else. My favorite noise by far.

  This generator in particular made me feel the need to donate to this site. I feel like I'm able to meditate more easily and become more in touch with the universe and my own spirituality when I listen to this. I have loved this site for years but this is by far my favorite generator!

  This preset is just so... Floaty. It has such a neat and unique atmosphere that I can't even describe it in words. Nocturnion has to be my favorite on this website now, by far, just because each slider has so much depth in its own.

  Thanks to this generator, I was able to get inspired and finish writings about floating in outer space... <3

  This almost made me cry. So many thoughts and feelings going through my mind and I don't know how to react.

  This... feels evil. It feels like I'm floating in a vast, empty void. Good work to all the people makin' the site a great place!

  This feels like I was taking to somewhere unknown, I could see my soul was floating away from my body. I could sense something beautiful, something magical is happening out there somewhere. Am I in an afterlife?

  So lovely. Reminds me of the ambient noise of the Normandy from Mass Effect 3.

  This generator is crazy beautiful. I spend a lot of time fantasizing about the universe and what's "out there" beyond our solar system and beyond our galaxy, and when I listen to this, I can't help but imagine myself exploring new and ethereal worlds, light years from where we are. Easily, this is one of my favorite generators to date!

  Perfect background soundscape - almost like an aural Seinfeld: a soothing white noise generator about nothing in particular. Just perfect.

  OK, this one is probably the best of them all. The fact that so many sounds can go so well together is incredible. It just never gets old.In short, you rewrote a 'living' version of Eric Serra's Atlantis.

  If you were ever in guardians of mankind on the game Face of Mankind, you will love this one. It will bring you back to our hometown of Aurelia.

  When I first started to listen to this, my hands and feet started to tingle, and I do not know why. As soon as I turn it off, the tingles go away. Strange... yet interesting.

  Perfect with Subaquatic Dreams, it's like you're searching for Atlantis.

  Every time a new generator pops up on, it feels like a little surprise gift. This gift was especially surprising--shimmery without being too dreamy. I think I've found a new favorite!

  This generator is the coolest thing I've come across in years.

  This never-ending short story blends beautifully with the binaural harmonics. I've set Nocturnion to animate and paired with 16hz Beta beats. Feels like I'm calmly floating through space. What a way to relax and write my dissertation!

  I have been using myNoise for a few years now (either as a tool for relaxation or concentration) and I'm amazed how you always succeed in creating new things. It's interesting to let yourself go in these soundscapes and explore whereever your mind takes you.