Unbottled spring water... noise!
Flowing water remains one of our visitors’ favorite sounds. This babbling brook is one of the tiniest streams we ever recorded, only a few meters from its source: a puddle in the middle of a calm forest, where water rises barely perceptibly to the surface from underground. The stream was so small that by comparison the surrounding moss looked like giant rainforest vegetation!
Have you noticed how the brain tends to associate temperatures with audible frequencies? Try increasing the higher frequencies associated with the blue and purple sliders: water will perceptually turn cooler and more refreshing. Conversely, lower frequencies are often associated with warmth. With ten sliders covering the entire human hearing range, our noise generator provides a unique opportunity to tune sounds not only to taste, but also to feelings.