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M.V. Sajin
M.V. Sajin

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5 generators of noise you probably didn’t hear about.

For most people who work from home, or the office for that matter, there’s a specific level of the perfect amount of the “right” noise. Sure, there are hundreds of white noise apps and sites out there, but only a few of them can actually help you focus and stay productive. Here are some great ones, you don’t want to miss:

1. For fun

Relax with a multitude of combinations of the ambient noise generator called Defonic. This web-based app features interactive illustrations that can control the intensity of the sound balance. Nice touch with the color scheme switcher that includes a night mode.

2. For productivity

More often than not these days, people are going to their local coffee shops to work which Wi-Fi has helped make possible. The informal atmosphere of the local cafe actually has a positive influence on productivity. Thanks to Hipstersound, you can experience the relaxing feel of your favorite coffee shop from home and still enjoy a “productivity” boost.

3. For meditation

Do you remember the last time you were out in nature, listening to the pure acoustics of your surroundings, feeling an overwhelming sense of calm that’s difficult to experience in a city setting? You can still enjoy the experience from your home or office with the Ambicular noise generator.

4. For relaxation

Let the ASMRion sound generator help you block out all of those frustrating, distracting noises, creating an atmosphere that encourages peace of mind, improved clarity and productivity. Its sounds also create a tranquil environment for sleeping or just relaxing after a long day.

5. Finally, for pluviophile

Due to the benefits of listening natural sounds, we should try spending some time with nature, and if we find that to be rather difficult, we may listen to them online. Rainyscope gives you access to 5 soundscapes and 4 stunning simulations of raindrops on your screen. The tracks include different types of rain sounds that will be appreciated by pluviophiles.

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