Temple Bells
Frequency-Shaped Wind Chimes and Bells Generator
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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.

This sound generator is calibrated and outputs a pink-like spectrum when the sliders are horizontally aligned.

The Chimes without the Wind

Wind chimes have been around from the earliest of early times in many cultures, creating peaceful and meditative spaces all around the world. In ancient Asia, wind chimes and wind bells were attached profusely by the hundreds to the eaves of temples, causing an overwhelming sensation of tinkling, chiming, and gonging sounds as a gentle breeze passed through the dangling parts of these bells.

Published on July 23rd, 2013
   This generator is available as a free add-on to the free myNoise iOS & Android Apps!

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  I am a physicist and acoustician by trade and cut and tune my own wind chimes. This particular generator comes very close to the real experience of being surrounded by chimes in a gentle breeze. Great work, Dr. Pigeon!

  This sound generation tool is my new soother balancer friendmaker and it goes viral among my friends. I am lacking words to describe how much I was longing for something like this - without knowing it. Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!

  if I listen to music, I get distracted; if I work in a silent space, I find other ways to get distracted. For once, I have found something to get my silly ADHD brain to shut up. Thank you so much for this Stéphane <3 - Olivia

  This is amazing! Paired with the wind on a Tent, this really helps me focus. Also it kinda distracts me cos I'm too busy playing with it but it is really focusing!

  I lowered it to a G and turned down the highest chimes - perfect, deep studying ambience ahead!

  I always come back to this noise when my mood is low or I'm anxious. It is soothing and uplifting, and leaves me calmer and refreshed.

  Set to the Tinkling pre-set and played along with Distant Thunder, Temple Bells reminds me of being at home in the spring and summer, with a gentle thundershower passing through town... lovely... :)

  So soothing. It induces a quiet stillness in the mind. I had a migraine and after adjusting the settings slightly this was practically the only thing I could listen to. I'm so glad I found this site!

  Great for writing AND for moments when I don't know what to listen to but don't want to sit in silence either.

  I lived for a while near a temple in Northeast Thailand. This is what I would hear on breezy nights at a low volume. Animate on 80-110 mode and 4x speed. Open Lush Jungle Magic Generator (for a donation less than a pint at the pub) and your bug-free Thai jungle adventure begins. Light a mosquito coil, and have an ice cold drink.

  Play this together with "Church Atmosphere". In Church Atmosphere, tone down everything except for Bell and Thunder. Pure GOOOOONNNNNNNNNNNGGGGGGG gold!

  As much as I love the sound of water and waves when I'm trying to relax, this sound surprisingly became my favourite. Very soothing, no harsh peaks and lows in sound, easy to tune out just before going to bed.

  I am an artist. I work from home, and a lot of the time I need something playing that isn't as distracting as regular music, but gives my mind something meditative to focus on while I'm creating. This website is perfection for that! I can't tell you how many pieces of art have been made while listening to various mixes here. I gladly donate when I can, because this a great asset.

  I really enjoy the mid range bells, so I focus mostly on them! It's a good destresser. I can close my eyes and pretend I'm in some Nepali temple on the top of a mountain, feeling the breeze :)

  The temple bells put me in a wonderful open space in my mind.

  If you're looking for pure bliss: Temple Bells on the Tibetan Temple Preset + Jungle Life on Meditation Room. Close your eyes and be transported! :)

  This is a really calming one, nice to listen to when you just want some tones to meditate to, or to calm yourself down.

  Temple Bells helps me to recreate the sound feelings I had during my trip to Thailand, hopping from temple to temple. It is perfect to recollect a happy and lovely experience of my life.

  This with only the reverb settings of Gregorian Voices feels like being outside a monastery on a hill. Beautiful, peaceful, and awe inspiring.

  Took the advice and, after a little doctoring, go the perfect rainy night sleep music along with The Rainforest to go along. I feel like I'm being called to nirvana and thus, to bed and peaceful zen like dreams.

  Despite my hatred for high-pitched noses (They make my right ear ring painfully), this generator is one of the few I can sleep with, without actually being kept up, or even getting upset. Paired with the Tibetian Choir, Absolute Rain/Absolute Fire, this generator is amazing. Totally recommended!

  A light, magical tinkling combines with the gentle, low hum of the big bells. I love to run this behind other sounds, to add a touch of magic to any track.

  This generator with the Ethereal Choir and the Yakutian Voices is just about the only way that I can write any essay's for my classes. Speaking of which, I should probably get back to that...

  This and Cave Chime work surprisingly well together. Great study aide.

  Try it with Oblivion, I think it's interesing mix!

  My ears are being slowly filled with white chocolate as I drift off to sleep... I should start working for E.L. James...

  I found this site because I was looking specifically for a wind chime white noise generator (which the other generator I've found lacks). It pairs so nicely with the thunderstorm to which I'm currently listening. Now I can be happy.

  This one works really well in combination with the Clockwork generator - gives the ticking a nice, ethereal quality without being too obtrusive and fills the silence without distracting. It's perfect for getting work done!

  I was up late studying, and this really helped me focus.

  I have ADD and this helps with studying.

  This particular setting sounds exactly like the temple bells in the restored Buddhist temples in Kyoto, and the low frequency on the 125 Hz setting is conducive to meditation and healing. My mom has since yearned to go back to those temples, since we've visited, and this has helped transport her back! She is very impressed with your work and says that you have a clear and giving soul. Thank you!

  Namaste! _/