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Tuned White Noise

White Noise is created by a continuum of frequencies equally distributed over the whole hearing range. Peak Noise is a variation that introduces a strong frequency peak in the middle of each band. This gives the noise a tonal characteristic. Tuned to C# by default, this tuning can be changed using the Tape Speed Control feature.

If you are suffering from tinnitus, you can use this peak noise to program a sound that ressembles to your tinnitus. Tweak the sliders to end with something that has the same tonal characteristic as your tinnitus, then fine tune the resulting pitch by using the Tape Speed Control. Now save your settings into the URL (Current Slider Settings > Save in URL) and edit this URL by changing the work 'peak' into 'notch'. Load that new URL, and you hear the notched version of the same noise, a version where all peaks have been converted into dips. That notched version is often used for tinnitus treatment in the so-called notched therapy methode. Have a try!

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  Blocked out my little brother's dance party. Thank you!

  I like this one - deep and mysterious. It's both creepy and relaxing at the same time. If anyone watches ASMR on YouTube, this might be similar to the background-hum space noises ATMOSPHERE does with herwork. And that kind of gently shifting deep hum is one of my favorite parts of her videos.

  Somehow, this one feels like I'm in some massive white void room, with some alien edifice towering over me.

  This one helps me filter out intrusive thoughts. Amazing, it's like an audio adblocker!

  Oh wow, try this with the Yakutian Voices generator (I isolated the dark blue slider - sounds like a lone singer wandering a desolate land). Found my new favourite :)

  OMG! I love this! Lately, I've been working on writing horror and this coupled with dark ambiances on YouTube is just gold!

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Brown  •  Pink  •  White  •  Grey  •  Infra  •  Ultra •  Around 60Hz  •  125Hz  •  250Hz  •  500Hz  •  1kHz  •  2kHz  •  4kHz  •  8kHz  •  Speech Blocker

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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.