An ambient noise generator website that can help you focus, meditate, or sleep. Helped me focus and study for and pass one of my finals so far.


#1

Welp, I just found my new favorite website.

I don’t know about you guys, but I cannot work in dead silence because my brain will always drift off into thought or I’ll get insanely bored. I found this site just a few days ago, and for once, I was actually able to sit down and study for a final without that much procrastination.

Hell, there’s even a section made for people with ADHD:

(And as a bonus: IT’S FREE. The creator of the site only asks for donations. He just saved my computer science grade.)

Edit: Correction – The creator of the site is a he.


#2

Thank you for sharing! Here are some sounds I use: Chill song Nature for study, sleep or as background noise Blizzard, winter storm New link to the winter blizzard, maybe the Spotify link does not work (?) : Winter blizzard


#3

Ooh, those are very pretty lights.

Yeah, listening to music without lyrics or ambient sounds help me focus more. One might catch me occasionally listening to stuff like this.


#4

Powerfull music, wow!


#5

Wow that is one relaxing site. I wish I would have discovered that when I was studying in high school and college. I usually used video game music to study with. This could still be useful when I eventually go back for my masters. Thanks for sharing this👍


#6

I’m in the middle of studying for finals for my last semester and this is absolutely amazing. Thank you so much. I love the Gregorian chants for meditation and tin roof rain for studying.


#7

This website is AMAZING. Thanks for posting it!!!


#8

@Xavier_Edwards
You’re welcome. Glad to be of assistance. c:

@rainyseason
Good luck, fellow final-doer. c: I agree, the Gregorian chants are amazing. Makes me feel like I’m going through Skyrim. xD

@Gaeliceyes
You’re welcome. c: Glad to help others find useful websites like this.


#9

Thank you so much! This is awesome!!


#10

You’re welcome, Adam! Glad it could help you, too. c:


#11

Thanks so much! I haven’t made it past the recommendation of Gregorian Chants. SO relaxing! Thanks @Termy thanks @rainyseason


#12

This site is great :smile: i’ve been using it for isochronic tones and binaural beats lately and they magically work. Delta waves, as an example, tend to make me really sleepy so i do activate them in the background and overlap them with calming, soothing music. I’d recommend it happily :kissing_heart:


#13

Thank you! Silence kills any work mood I had going.


#14

I came across thgis the other day via Brian Eno’s Twitter and meant to post it here. Good thing @Termy was way ahead of me.

I’m not really one for the ambient noises - I like a bit of musicality to keep that part of my brain busy. Got a pretty good soundscape by combining the African Trance player with some of the synth sounds, though.