Here on Ambient Mixer, we have one big question we ask ourselves:
What can we do for you?
Next to creating all different atmospheres for your writing pleasures, finding the perfect background noise for reading or drawing, Ambient Mixer also provides you with a versatile and powerful ambient noise generator.
Use white noise, brown noise, pink noise and all sorts of sounds to create your own, perfect sound mix. This article will provide you with all you need!
Your Personal White Noise Generator
First things first, let me tell you how to perfectly utilize this noise generator. There are two ways on how to use Ambient Mixer:
Using the search function, you can find all kinds of ambient noise mixes. White noise, Hogwarts library, calm beach, haunted mansion – the limitations are literally your imagination.
If you want to make your very own, there is a huge number of sounds already available. They come in a wide range: Foley, music, synth sounds, white noise, voices, nature sounds, chimes, brown noise, rain, and so on and so forth. Of course, you can also upload your own to use them in your mix.
So, how do you create your own? Check out this video tutorial, then head over to Ambient Mixer and give it a try!
What’s White Noise Anyway?
White noise, in signal processing, describes a random signal that produces different frequencies while maintaining it’s intensity. Audibly, white noise can be heard on the radio or over the telephone, where it’s also known as “static“.
While it is usually used in music to test the acoustics of a venue, white noise has additional, beneficial effects on us. It’s used, for example, to mask the effects of Tinnitus or as background noise to help people focus, relax or sleep. White noise is even said to help children with ADHD since studies have shown that it increases their concentration and performance.
Read more about Finding Good White Noise For Sleeping
A Pink Noise Generator?
Noise actually comes in many different colors. There is so-called grey noise, brown noise, blue noise, … If you want to find out more, check out our article on The Color Of Noise. Here’s a little summary for you though:
- Pink noise
- also known as “flicker noise”
- reference signal in audio engineering
- used to test speakers & microphones
- occurs in nature
- used in psychology
- Brown noise
- also known as “red noise”
- can be compared to a low roar
- used for relaxation & sleep masking
- described as being pleasant to listen to due to low tones
- Grey noise
- altered white noise
- equally loud on all frequencies
- used in research about hearing difficulties
- Blue & violet noise
- opposite spectrum of brown noise
- used in Tinnitus treatment
Benefits Of Using A Noise Generator
Whether you are using a brown noise generator or any other ambient noise, there are many benefits. There are some medical conditions such noise generators can help you with by lessening the effects, such as:
- lack of concentration
Even when you are not suffering from any of the above, white noise or ambient noise, in general, can help you with many different things:
- falling asleep
- background noise for writing, reading, studying
What are you waiting for?
Try using the Ambient Mixer noise generator and see if it helps you too!
It’s completely free!