Twin Black Lodges
Interactive Soundscape Generator
Follow myNoise on
Feeling adventurous... or lost?
Use the Site Map
Oct 19th • Cosy Rain added

Oct 12th • Ancient Kasbah added

Sept 22nd • Windy Mansion added

Sept 7th • Oak Song added

Aug 17th • Dancing Fireflies added

Aug 3rd • Amazon River added

July 22nd • Dark Noise added

July 12th • Sad Minstrel added

June 30th • Fading Memories added

June 26th • Livescapes 1/2/3 released
Carbon Footprint
myNoise offsets its entire carbon footprint. Read more about it.
Patrons, log in here to access the bonus features.
Help keep this website running without ads, with a donation
Audio Albums
Audio albums available on SpotifyiTunesAmazonGoogle Play • ...
Learn how to use myNoise
with our Video Tutorials
Reset Sliders
Slider Animation
Animation Mode
Animation Speed
Volume Down
Volume Up
Meditation Bell

Peeking though the Dark

Torley strikes back! Now with an enigmatic soundscape inspired from an emblematic television series of the 90s, Twin Peaks! And guess what? That series will soon make its reappearance on television again... Is it a mere coincidence? Could it be a shortcut in extradimensional space and time? Who knows?

You are in the woods, and you feel that mysterious presence again. The legend says that every spirit must pass through there on the way to perfection... As you are waiting, comes the rain.

Turn the Animation feature on. This will reveal the individual stems to you, in the most interesting ways.

Testimonials - write yours here

Click the blue hearts to load their associated settings

  By far the best generator on this site for helping me focus; I owe my degree to Twin Black Lodges! I can't listen to it now without picturing myself in the library. Love having it on animation mode.

  I paired this with Osmosis and it was so soothing. Love it.

  Such a beautiful ambience and it really inspires me to draw and write scripts for my comics with no distractions or stress.

  Feels like a sunny Stockholm evening.

  This is a lot of fun when used to make my music sound like I'm listening to an old record!! Turn the transients all the way up and everything else off--then just add your favorite music playing on another tab or app.

  This one is great; I love the animated version, but don't really care for the transients. Makes me think something's wrong with my speakers.

  Great for focusing. I use it with Black Hole.

  Amazing sounds which I always use while working. These sounds definitely help you in a lot of ways you might have never thought of! It's fascinating how someone could come up with something so calming. Truly the best website.

  How wonderful. This has the spirit of the series in it, no doubt.

  One of my school tasks was to find an image of a tractor and draw it out in detail. I thought I needed something to listen to whilst I do it since drawing sometimes stresses me out and I have been so calm since, thank you myNoise!

  Very good for school work.

  I use this to sleep each night, I've been sleeping like a log since I first used this.

  I listen to this while I read and it helps my very loud brain quiet down. Goes very well with All New Wolverine (2016)

  This makes me feel so at peace, especially when I played with the sliders and found my perfect combination.

  Have I found a purpose in life yet? Yes I have. This is my purpose. This track is amazing when mixed with 88 keys (which is amazing alone too), Take It Easy, Twilight, and a quiet Stardust in the background.

  I feel that if you are looking for a relaxing sound, then you will love this.

  There's something about this mix that stills my breath and raises my hair on end, but not from being unsettled -- from wonder and awe.

  I've been supporting for a few years now. This soundscape has been my go-to for the past year or so now. Love it!

  Wow! So calming! I was asleep in just a few minutes, and usually it takes me HOURS to get to sleep. Such a calming, relaxing and magical piece of music.

  These soundscapes - and this one especially - are so excellently immersive, that, as I write, I can really picture the different worlds my imagination can take me to. Very much more imagination-enhancing and distraction-reducing than the other music I listen to, these Soundscapes really help me create and tell the stories that I need to tell. Thank you, myNoise!

  Makes me feel a sense of melancholy & peace, I love it :)

  I came upon this site when searching for some rain on a tent ambiance to write my story to, and I got much more than anticipated! I find that this mixed with Rain on a Tent is one of the most soothing sounds I can think of. It reminds me of laying awake on a rainy night while camping under the stars, hearing a few noises, but mostly feeling the weight of time and space as you drift off.

  It helps a lot when you are tired of the same old music being played on your playlist. It helps to keep me calm when I'm overwhelmed, as the peaceful chaos uplifts me.

  It is perfect to study or calming if you turn up volume.

  Beautiful generator and an apt tribute to one of the best shows in TV history. This is my favorite generator since Anamnesis. How did it not get an "eerie" icon, however? It's nothing if not a wistful sort of eerie.

  What an ethereal feeling this provides... It helps greatly to detatch from earthly worries and desires, for {Me}. Perhaps it could work for {You}, too...

  Somewhere between a whale song, creepy horror movie music, and a lullaby. Sounds weird, but it's super soothing and helps me concentrate.

  This mix has been perfect for getting work done, and it's a bonus because any source of music is blocked at my work and this is something other than the sound of rain or nature. This is a great one!

  This is a magnificient drony thing! I see (that is, I hear) more and more musical noises here, all harmonic, all well crafted. Thanks a lot!

  Sadness and doubt are resonating within you. At least that's what this mix reminds me of. Hopelessness, like a one choice option, and you've already given up.

  It's like an unsettling kind of easiness. Hard to explain. But it's definitely good for writing my dystopian novel.

  Amazing! Especially when paired with the Anamnesis voices!

  Another Twin Peaks fan here to say that this is a wonderful soundscape. I really love the crackling as well, very true to the show. E-lec-tri-ci-ty!

  I really love it before sleeptime. What I don't like are high frequency noises. So I disabled them nearly entirely.

  Hi, the "Transient" slider in Twin Black Lodges creates lots of crackling sound, while no others do. Is it deliberate? [Yes]

  With this preset, it's like I'm walking through a forest and discovering wonders at every step. Each sight opens up new worlds for me. The sounds are beautiful in how they can be in the background and help you work, yet also steal the show when you decide only to listen to them.

  Having just the low sounds playing feels very smooth and calming, with just a hint of good negative emotion.

  I've been using the cafe sound for ages and decided to look for something new. I saw the name "Twin Black Lodges" and clicked straight away, hoping it would be Twin Peaks related. Boy was I excited to find out that my hopes had been confirmed! This is a beautiful, haunting soundscape. I can't wait to show this to my fellow Twin Peaks fans.

  Perfect elation! I usually write characters or scenarii for RPG listening this one.

  I love putting on Black Lodges and Black Hole while listening to true crime podcasts - it offers the perfect unsettling backdrop to mystery stories!

  Magic peaceful sound, I like it ! Good for thinking, relaxing and dreaming.

  I don't know why but this soothes me so much!

  I am a spiritual director and mentor in spiritual practices, including silence and meditation. I play Twin Black Lodges as clients begin their sittings with me. This along with a simple flickering candle creates just the right setting for deep soul work. Personally, I like the other comments here about how these sounds evoke death. I can't get enough of these sounds. Thank you.

  So beautiful. I have never heard anything like it. I want to play it forever.

  The minimal setting is/must be what death is about... the timelessness... the peace. How sweet it is. Becoming one with the ether. Listening to sounds and manifestations that are not from this world.

  Love this! I play it with 88 keys and Irish Coast and it's so peaceful.

 I like the calming and immersive effect of this soundscape, it could be in a soundtrack or album.

 Fantastic sound design by Torley, I could listen to it 24/7.

 I love this setting the most, very mysterious. It's best mixed with Black Hole <3

 So peaceful and relaxing!

 Given my ADHD, I have a terrible time trying to focus most days. But putting this on in combination with the Black Hole soundscape (with the distant explosions + shimmer tones cranked up and the pad and hum bars just lifted ever so slightly) gets me into a perfect zen focus state; and in the perfect mood to write.

 Loving this with Unreal Ocean both set to animation and binaural harmonics set to focussed. It made me super focussed and drowned out all the bustle around me marvelously.

 I feel like these are the right settings for me.

 Makes me feel like I'm playing a puzzle game set in a mysterious forest.

 Nicely done! Lots of Vangelis like textures.

 This must be what death feels like on the other side... And I mean in the sense that this is what I want and hope death to feel! The utter calm and transcendence to it all. The complete abscence of fear and perfect peace! Love every minute of it!!!

 This is incredibly haunting combined with Black Hole. Love it <3

 Together with Gregorian chants, this'll haunt my dreams... In a good way.


 This is one of my go-to soundscapes when trying to focus at work. I love the ebb and flow of the music, the notes are haunting and iridescent, and keep your mind still. I often pair it with Deep Ocean as the bubbling waters complement this generator well.

 Something about this is like the perfect balance for sleeping. The best way I can describe it is curling up under a tree in a quiet forest to sleep on a hot summer night. You can hear the tones in the distance that hint at isolation, but it isn't cold and unwelcoming, so it's safe to fall asleep.

 Paired with '88 Keys' and 'Black Hole,' this makes me feel like I am drifting peacefully. Great for calming down. Twin Peaks <3

 Feels like everything around me is moving in slow motion. It also has an amazing depth to it, with the echoing sounds in the background.

 It's so spoopy! I love it! This, paired with Black Hole (one of my favorites) as they're supposed to be paired, is majestic. So incredibly amazing.

 This is one of the ones I keep coming back to during work. I work in a call center but I work mostly with emails. This really helps me drown others out while I have to write back technical responses.

 I am amazed at how good all your content is. Amazing. So relaxing. It's a must have for everyone.

 Is 'Transient' the official word for that sound? I've been desperately searching for it since discovering Mum late 2011 (Mum, a LOVELY Icelandic group one would benefit greatly from looking into).

 I use this soundscape with Polar Expedition to work. The places it takes me are wonderful. You've done a great job with this piece.

 Wow every slider preset brings out a totally different character. Amazing work.

 This is, excuse me, a damn fine soundscape generator.

 This is by far my favourite soundscape of this site. I tend to get jittery and impatient if I'm trying to study in complete silence. Soft tunes like these help me focus without being too distracting.

 It's so interesting how simply lowering the original tuning by an octave gives me an entirely separate feeling. I tried sharing this with someone else and I guess they think it's a freaky tune, but I love lower frequencies like these.

 The sensation of synthetic skin on organic, the strangely unsure feeling of nails softly scraping your back. Is it real, or just an illusion made by these artificial nerves? An electric current somewhere, crackling in your body, making the joints clack at the slightest movement. It gives of such a soothing yet sleepless vibe...

 Layers really well with 88 Keys for a dreamier, more lifted feel. Love Twin Peaks and this generator!

 Love it! Especially when combined with Distant Thunder.

 This is the best thing to do schoolwork to! I'm usually a huge fan of listening to music or something more melodic when I work, but I kept finding lyrics and familiar soundtracks too distracting. This is my favorite sound setting, because it has elements of white noise, while also setting a very particular mood with some melody, which really helps me focus! So glad that I found this one!

 This is my new favorite. Everything about it. It's JUST RIGHT. Thank you so much!

 Oh my gosh. I am a huge Twin Peaks fan and this soundscape is absolutely amazing! It totally captures the vibe of the environment. Definitely gonna use this one for studying.

 Awesome. Thanks.

 This one is exactly what I've been looking for: something to put me in a calm and slightly somber mood. This is how it feels to be content and alone on a perfectly cold and starry night.

 Great for the late shift in the office, it keeps me relaxed, but not sleepy.

 This has become my favourite background noise for reading.

 I really like this one! I hope he tries the X-Files soon.

 I haven't had such a visceral reaction to a soundscape since I played Myst and Riven. This has to be one of the most stirring and emotionally resonating things I've ever heard. Something about this feels enchanting yet there's an immense gravity that elicits a somber realization of something great and powerful. Bravo.

 It floats past. A thought, a sound, a recollection not noticed. Blended to engage and disengage in equal measure. Neither too little, nor too much. Time bends, and shifts. Your focus becomes your own again. Your thoughts are placed where you will them to be. Now you float forward towards completion of your task.

 "Through the darkness of future's past, the magician longs to see. One chants out between two worlds: Fire walk with me"

 Tibetan Choir and Twin Black Lodges together is a euphoric trip to the Lodge....

 So spooky, mysterious, hunting and sinister... Yet I can't stop listening to it! :O

 Though I know we'll all pass on, and that I'll be among the very few, estranged souls to remember in the next world, I smile as I collect bittersweet memories in this world. I'll be able to watch my friends grow up yet again, a multiversal spiral of rebirth that has stubbornly refused to end. By the grace of the Fallen are they born anew, and my gratitude runs unfathomably deep.

 Has a sense of mystery and longing for something lost. I just love the soothing background and the general ambiance; probably my favorite generator, so far. ^^ Great for clearing my mind and helping me relax as I work on art; been listening to this one for about an hour or so, and I don't see myself turning it off anytime soon.

 This feels like a mixture of serenity, mystery, spookyness, in a way that creates a calm, but slightly melancholy atmosphere. Perfect for horror/dark fantasy gaming, reading, or for creative inspiration for peple who prefer a darker setting.

 Such a serenely beautiful sound, yet one which conceals a deep well of sadness beneath. A plaintive cry echoing through the mist in an old, forgotten place...

 I'm by no means an emotional person, but this brings so much wonder and peace that I want to cry.

 Mystical, calm, this is one of my top favorites now.

 So intriguingly creepy! It tells a story on its own, even without words.

 This generator helps me whenever the voices try to manipulate me... Go away... go away!

 This haunting generator will enhance any soundscape the imagination can create. An outstanding piece of noise craftsmanship.

 Everytime I think there can't be more masterpieces, there's another one released. Thank you so much for giving me such a variety of melodies to chase in my dreams at night.

 This generator is hauntingly beautiful. It does a great job of focusing my efforts on my work.The somber ambiance of this generator mixes well with other emotional generators: try Canyon or Mournful Chimes.

 Exactly what I needed for the six day wait until the release. And I'm the first comment! Wonderful generator that I'll pair with a night forest and use as background when I do prewriting for some scary Americana stories. Thank you!

Current Settings

Save in URL
Save as Cookie > Load
Clone as Minified Player
Order as an Audio file    


MinimalRememberFlash BackFlashes AgainLooking BackHauntingTimeless Surprise!

Tape Speed Control

G #A #BC #D #EF #
Speed ÷2Speed x2Reset

Animation Control

Start A B C

If you ♥ Twin Black Lodges try...


Each slider controls a particular audio stream; adjust sliders to taste and mood. The animation 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!