Does anyone have a favorite source for white noise/ambient noise (like rain, fireplace, waves)?
@janellecshane Joe Baker has recorded several MP3s that are available on Amazon and other locations. They used to be around $1 but not sure if that's still current.
@janellecshane There are numerous videos (or if you prefer: the audio track of videos) on YouTube dedicated to relaxing sounds.
I've sampled a few of those to good effect.
@janellecshane Since mynoise is already well repped, I'll also suggest doing a YouTube search for binaural. There's a wide variety of soundscapes and durations available.
@janellecshane thank you for sharing this! I currently have housemate problems and not having to overhear all of their conversations is really helping with the anxiety.
@Kitts I'm so glad!
It's like suddenly having my own private space. I even find myself looking forward to work tomorrow so I can listen to the rain some more.
@janellecshane yeah, it's really nice. I'll probably also use it at work when I'm anxious and need to focus on something
@janellecshane while it's more repetitive than myNoise.net, and and has less choices I think, the app #Noice on #FDroid is also decent: https://f-droid.org/app/com.github.ashutoshgngwr.noice
@janellecshane not into white noise but big into asmr. You can try Heather Feather on YouTube if you want to.
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