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White Noise is created by a continuum of frequencies equally distributed over the whole hearing range. Notch Noise is a variation that introduces a strong frequency dip in the middle of each band. If you are suffering from tinnitus, you can use notched noise to stimulate auditory cells adjacent to those creating your tinnitus. To program the correct settings, start with the Peak Noise first and try to reproduce the sound of your tinnitus with that one. Then, replicate the same slider settings here, or follow the instruction found on the peak noise page.

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  My tinnitus was acting up last night. My internet was down, and my mom had my Chromebook. I had to sleep in silence. Then, today, I did the peak noise thing and my tinnitus was squished. Thank you!

  You have to go to the pitch noise page first, follow the instructions and you'll get a tool to "heal" your tinnitus that some sell for hundreds of $. Supposedly you have to use it at least 1 hour a day for a few months to see results. Thanks to MyNoise we get this tool (which has yet to prove its efficacity) for almost free. Nice!

  I love this setting! It's like being in a cave with a bit of breeze.

  Sounds exactly like when I hear trains drive by our station at night.

  Great for noise blocking. Easy to work over. Love layering Tibetan singing bowls over it for a serene and focused work day.

  Sounds like a huge crowd cheering in a stadium!

  This is so really fun to play with. I like that sounding.

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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.