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Apr 23th • Japanese Oase added

Mar 29th • Tanker At Sea added

Mar 12th • Pebble Beach added

March 2nd • Cinematic Moods album

Feb 26th • Hydrogen XII added

Feb 12th • Oil Tanker added

Jan 29th • From India added

Jan 16th • New Tape Speed Control for all Patrons

Dec 14th • Slow Motion added

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Bad Weather Reported

After our visit to the tanker's Engine Room, we are now invited into the steering cabin. It is supposed to be much quieter here, but the bad weather makes it noisier than usual: a great sound blocker, if you want, to be used when you are at work to try to drown out all the distracting noises around you.

This soundscape embeds an experimental setting that relies on ultra-low frequency sound waves combined with binaural beats. Try the Seasick preset with quality headphones, ones that go deep down into the low frequency range... then report how you feel in the comments section below. Isn't sound powerful? This shows that sound is capable of influencing our state of mind, here in a negative way. Try our binaural beats generator so that you can keep experimenting, this time positively.

Special thanks to Oli Trainor who helped me on this one too.

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  I've never been seasick on a boat, but after about 5 min with the Seasick setting on I got really nauseous! It's interesting for sure, but maybe don't try it for too long.

  So comforting. Lots of noise in the office, and lots of work. This blocks the noise from co-workers, and also calms the anxiety so I can focus on getting work done. The sliders even make a wave shape. :)

  This is great for coding or just for researching a solution. And having a love of foghorns just makes it all the better! :)

  I love this generator! I love the rain and sea noises but this fusion plus engine rumble and water noise is just brilliant. It is my new favourite generator for sleeping!

  It started to rain, with rain hitting my window. So I thought whilst I was here, I would put this sound on. The sound has been increased for my speakers but as it works, amazing for setting me on board a ship, just sailing away. While I work either in the cabin, or down in the holds with the radio on. Just slightly off the coast in the English Channel.

  The seasick setting is fun, but I like the rain and foghorns best. I'm imagining I'm peacefully adrift on a foggy night.

  Wow. After only a few minutes, I felt myself swaying in my office chair trying to find my sea legs. Not quite sea sick, but definitely uneasy.

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Each slider controls a particular audio stream. Adjust sliders to taste and mood.

The Animate! button turns the soundscape into an slowly evolving texture. Use this feature if you intend to listen to the generator over a long period of time!

Attribution

The fourth slider is a derivative work from Memorial Church Organ Buxtehude by Xserra, used under a CC-BY license.