Roman Bath Noise
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100% Moisturized White Noise Machine

The sound source for this calibrated white noise generator comes from a (modern) Roman bath in Germany. Imagine a large vaulted room, various basins alternating between warm and cold water, high, arched ceilings papered with mosaics, and a continuous flow of water from pools. The beautiful ambience of the surroundings is just as relaxing and encompassing as the hot baths themselves.

Compared to classic waterfall noise, this noise generator is more reverberant. The higher-frequency range is generated by the sound of the running water echoing from the walls and ceiling, while the lower range is produced by the extractor system, blowing the moisture away.

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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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  Amazing site. Love that I can move the sliders until it drowns out my husbands voice, who's working 4 feet from me. This Is A Lifesaver, not to mention a marriage saver. My favorite is Roman Bath... who knew? It's perfect. My productivity has shot up in just one day. Thanks! Keep up the amazing work.

  Super relaxing and helps me get my schoolwork done.

  This sounds like an afternoon in the hammam in Amman, Jordan. It is a celebration of water! Peaceful and meditative.

  Reminds me of the relaxing spa in Stardew Valley: I can feel my health and energy being restored!

  Absolute relief from misophonia! I tweeked the Roman Bath sound. I work in an elementary school in the pre-primary/primary wing and with the headphones on, not one child is heard - total game changer - wish all audiologists knew about this site!

  For when my wife is on the phone with her mother... Bliss.

  One of the few places I find peace anymore is in the shower. This noise captures that feeling without having to waste any water.

  I love the low bass rumble of this, by shifting the frequencies, you hear what a waterfall sounds like underwater (like in a thematic swimming pool). It's super relaxing and it's very good at blocking out speech if you turn the mid-range frequencies up.

  Ah, the perfect water noise. I have been using the Cave Water noise for years, calibrated with the lower frequencies louder to create more resonance, but the Roman Bath resonance is spot on. This is my new favourite.

  I really like this one! It's got water sounds AND a sort of static-esque noise. Best of all, there are no people! I can bathe in peace. :P

  Animating this generator was the perfect response to a long day. It created an ever changing swirl of echoes and splashes.

  Wow! The minute I clicked it, I could smell the water and steam. Somehow my nose liked this as much as my ears.Also as a history buff, thanks for going to the trouble to record this on location.

  I'm surprised at how much I like this one. It's like a new type of white noise. I have it on while I'm working... On a occasion, I imagine the bath, with its steam and pools of warm water.

  This is wonderful! A new take on the running water theme, soothing yet refreshing. I worked really productively with its help. The only downside is that now I want to go to hot Roman baths, or at least take a hot bath, and there are none where I am now. :)

  This does actually evoke the Roman Baths at Bath!

  A fantastic new take on traditional white noise! Brilliant stuff. I'm suddenly refreshed.

  I love running water noises in general, and this one is no exception. I really love the reverberance, it really makes the sound feel immersive. Excellent for sleeping at night! Thank you so much for all the work on this wonderful site. Being a recurring donator is worth it many times over for me.

  I stunned how spatial this sounds. Like a cave entrance where my loudspeakers stand.

  When I first saw the title, I laughed. When I started listening to it, suddenly I felt a spark of hope that I can stop listening to the Flying Fortress.

  This is amazing! Working in a stuffy library, but I feel immediately invigorated!

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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.