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Relaxation, Tinnitus management, And other sounds too.

Recommended free software.
http://www.download-audacity.com
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Sometimes I play a pink noise MP3 continuously when I'm sleeping as part of 'Sound Enrichment', which is recommended by many tinnitus therapists. But when I'm using my computer, I prefer the dark wave type.
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Normally if played on an MP3 player you can listen to an uninterrupted loop of sound. Media players on a PC usually stop and restart a sound even in continuous play mode.
Most of my first sounds here are generated using Audacity's white. pink or brown noise.
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If you use ear phones or head phones, please keep the volume down. Your hearing can be permanently damaged otherwise!

And, if you do have tinnitus, as I do, it's recommended that any background noises are played at a quieter level than your tinnitus, and preferably through speakers.
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The more I learn about my tinnitus, the more I want to help others who also suffer with it.

And, as I learn more about sounds and how to generate them, I will add them to this most excellent website.

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One thing I have learned about my own tinnitus is that I do let it depress me, and too often forget to set up my background noises.
(Note to self. (Must leave note to self.)) :¬)

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This part is me rambling on about coloured sound.

Brownian noise/random walk noise, is actually a representation of a kind of continuous naturally random vibration that we never usually hear or notice.

Noise 'colours' can be generated by manipulating white noise, which is entirely artificial and totally random. But some of the manipulation, such as brown noise production, gives a small amount of order to the randomness. Makes it more natural. In my opinion. Just like fractals, probably.
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Wikipedia:
Brown noise/red noise/random walk noise, is the kind of 'signal noise' produced by Brownian motion. Which was discovered by Robert Brown in 1827, when he was examining minute particles suspended in water, under a microscope, and observed them 'executing a continuous jittery motion'.
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This type of continuous motion also happens in still air with floating dust particles.
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These types of continuous motion have been more recently verified, and are called Brownian Motion. And the mathematics, the development of which dear old Albert Einstein played a major part, used to calculate those almost random movements, can apparently be used to produce Brownian noise. For my part I just click the buttons.

Therefore I/we are/am forced to conclude that Brownian/red/brown noise is the most natural sounding, er, artificial noise.

I also like brown gravy!

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A low bassy throb created using Audacity. I initially used the 'Risset drum' creator. Then randomly altered pitch and speed, ...

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Brown noise/red noise/random walk motion, is the kind of signal noise produced by Brownian motion, (Discovered by Robert Brown in ...

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10 seconds of 'green noise', allegedly. Formed using Audacity, and taking advice from a Youtube video! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P9wBZdkMhyo

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