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(Pebble) Rock and Roll

As a natural source of White Noise, waves crashing on the beach help blocking out distracting noises or even your tinnitus. Their relaxing sounds will gently lull you to sleep.

myNoise already offers many realistic soundscapes build around the ocean theme: Irish Coast, Intertidal or Subaquatic Dreams to cite a few. This one is different, not only because of the myriad pebbles shaping its sound, but also because this one is calibrated. Calibrated noises on myNoise can be precisely shaped to any spectral color (brown, pink, white noises, and so on). They can even compensate for your hearing loss (see below).

Calibrated Output

This sound generator is calibrated and outputs a pink-like spectrum when the sliders are horizontally aligned. Calibration is unique to this website, and can be used to compensate for your own hearing, audio equipment, and listening environment deficiencies: follow our Calibration Procedure once, then access Your Hearing Curve from the right column.

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  This reminds me so much of the shore near Tilamook Oregon. There is a stretch of beach next to Maxwell Point that looks out at Three Arch Rocks. There are hundreds of round black rocks on the sand and as each wave comes in they roll and tumble over each other with a wonderful clacking sound. Listening to this, I can close my eyes and feel like I'm there. Thanks Dr. Pigeon. :)

  I love this thing! Help me relax and concentrate.

  Preparing for a beach weekend that might get rained out with Pebble Beach (set on noise canceling for working while ADHD) and Ferryboat (with motor turned off) for seagulls and flavor!

  This is so soothing :] I especially love the lower-pitched sounds.

  I applied my calibration curve to Pebble Beach; immediately beautiful and relaxing. Then I paired it with Enya's "Orinoco Flow" on Spotify. Incredible! I'm sailing near with Rob Dickins at the wheel...

  A song kept playing in my head while listening to this...and when I figured out what it was I found they do indeed complement each other: Sixth Stop from Spirited Away.

  Great for blocking outside noises and workplace chatter. It really helps me forget everything around me, relax and focus on what I'm doing.

  This is one of my favorites. Alone and for adding to a super generator. <3

  A nice alternative to Thunderstorm and other water noises. The deep bass rumble of the surf and the "sizzle" as the waves recede from the pebbles is a nice combo.

  I love the Distant Shore setting. It's so soothing.

  This generator brought me right back to my honeymoon in Hawaii. The first time I heard the waves pulling back over the rock beaches, I thought I was in heaven--something about the sound just enveloped me and made me feel like I was in another world. Finding this sound generator today took me totally by surprise, and I am so grateful to you for choosing to create it.

  Pair with Sleeping Dragon in C, extreme mode, 2x speed.

  Another favorite in the water/beach category! Perfectly soothing and varied for mindfulness sessions.

  Calibrating this to my hearing curve reminds me of my last night in Lima. I was having dinner with new travel friends on an outdoor patio on the cliff overlooking the ocean. The some of the rocks just offshore are much bigger than pebbles, but the force of the waves caused them to bang into one another, creating a distant booming noise. It's a special memory of a wonderful trip to Peru.

  Wonderful ... default animation and slow the tape speed down one notch, see how long your eyes stay open.

  Love this one! So incredibly relaxing.

  Reminds me of my trip to a beach in Mexico ten years ago. The way I edited it (click the heart) makes me think of that beach at night.

  I'm glad to be writing one of the first testimonies for this, and I knew I had to just seconds after it loaded up because I knew that this had to be my new favourite generator. I can close my eyes, relax, and imagine all the prettiest stones around me as the shimmering beach rolls over them, leaving them glistening as it falls back again. Wonderful generator! <3

  We used to go to Turkey on holiday with my family when I was little, and this sounds just like the pebble beaches we went to! Wonderfully nostalgic. I think I still have a collection of the prettiest stones I found there...

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Distant ShoreClose to the WaterRainy ShoreUnderwater Surprise!

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Usage

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.