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 from the right column.
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I love this noise for blocking the sound of TV in the next room so I can get some work done.
Amazing for sleep!
Realy love this noise - works wonders when trying to work and reach a state of firm concentration.
You are trapped in a howling snowstorm. As your temperatures drop, you stop to listen to the sounds around you. The beauty of them make you forgot your cold. Rescue comes in time, but not before this sound is imprinted on your mind forever. You will always miss it...
Hi, it's been a while since I have been here. This is because thanks to my efforts and your website, I have finally habituated to my tinnitus and I have a normal life. The sound that really made it for me was this one. Your website was vital piece in helping me beating this tinnitus. I still have it but my brain easily turns it off whenever I want. Thanks again!
Also perfect for ear testing stereo cross-talk of DACs.
When I was going through withdrawal from some pretty serious psychiatric medication I had been put on I would hear upsetting and distracting noises when I blinked or moved my eyes or head as if someone was shaking a jar of rocks or pouring sand inside of my head. Ironically enough, this generator that sounded the most similar to that feeling helped the most and kept me sane most of the time.
Someone is blowing sand into my ears, sweeping my brain clean!
I am a tinnitus sufferer and this one is the best... soothing, masking sound. I can work for hours on my computer and completely forget my tinnitus although I still put the sweep noise under the tinnitus sound (30
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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.