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This and vaporwave music just does it for me. Not too sure why tho, seeing as these wouldn't seem to mix well. (and they dont haha)
Combining just this slider with some soft piano music reminds me of an empty sunlit room with golden motes of dust floating through the beam of light from the window. In the corner stands an ancient grandfather clock ticking away. It causes me to feel both peace, and the nostalgia of childhood memories long gone.
My heart valves create an audible tick tock due to surgery; thanks to this I no longer tick alone at night
Timemakers instantly turn into Musicmakers as the beat plays.
This is a deep clock-y groove.
Incredible. It remids me of my grandparents flat when I visited them during holidays in my childhood. I guess it's time to sign up on paypal and send you some money because this is just incredible experience. Thank you!
A great sound. Like you have your ear pressed up against the back of your watch.
Pure studying bliss. The methodical ticks, the sporadic bells, it fills every empty area of my mind. No stray thoughts will enter in. There are only my studies and the clocks.
My first 20 years were spent in our home, complete with ticking, chimes and pendulous reverberation. Every night the rest of the world seemed to quietly give way to these omnipresent workhorses. Until now, at 53 years, I'd never found as accurate an assortment of those beautiful sounds that calmed each childhood night. Thank you! This is an incredible project, obviously born of the heart.
O_O This and oblivion makes a really creepy background sound when you are all alone in the middle of the night with all the lights off save for the computer you are using. Just don't turn around... it's watching you!
I absolutely love this Clockwork noise. I love to combine it with the Fire sound to create a wonderful relaxing atmosphere.
This reminds me of a grand old English mansion in the countryside. The setting is the library. Heavy drapes are pulled across the windows to shut out the dark night and keep in the warmth and light from fireplace. Uses the Clockwork - Grandfather clock setting, combined with Fireplace - Pine Log setting. Very relaxing, cozy and safe.
Absolutely peaceful. Play with Osmosis and Cat Purr. I could go to sleep with this. Or, you know, travel in time and watch societies rise and fall in the endless and ruthless sway of time, in a state of total and complete contentment.
This noise is great for studying. It helps keep me calm and focused. It's dynamic enough to be very interesting to listen to but no so much that it becomes distracting.
I'm terified of clocks! Not any clock just clocks that tick. I freaked out when I played this. I'm scared of them because I watched an episode of Doctor Who called 'Girl in the Fireplace'. (There was a girl. The clock in her room was broken and the Doctor said if the clock's broken then what's that ticking noise? And there was a repair robot behind her! It wasn't that scary but i found the robots really creepy.)
I simply don't have words to describe the hours of reading and writing this soundscape has pulled me through. I have tinkered with the settings for days and I have finally found what works best for me. Something about the way these two clocks fight and fail to keep in time with one another, the timer ticking away in the background, and the two chimes, high and low, simply does it for me. Thank you
By far, one of the best soundscapes to work to. Even just one bell and one tick is enough.
Everyone is talking about which slider is their favorite, and the light purple is definately mine. I used to hide a watch in my pillow to give me some sound while going to sleep, and now I can just use this! Wonderful sounds, I love it.
Makes me feel at home!
Blue slider for the win, I've done so much work in a short period of time, it's just like your time it's going to end... yeah... in that meaning, and you have to deal with that.
Sounds like I'm in a clock maker's shop :)
This one sounds like a loud watch.
Reminds me of my great grandma's house. Spent many summers there and it brings back soothing tranquility.
Orange and dark green slider for president!
This is what helped me get through my giant research paper. I find that I concentrate way better with this on then anything else!
Some nice light ticking without the fuller noises to interrupt.
This is a great basic setting. Really helps me to focus when I need to get on with work and not lose track of time passing.
Being in the presence of many ticking clocks makes my worries melt away. But the chimes and gongs that some clocks have can disrupt a meditative state. Definitely best with just the ticking animated. I also find this noise generator a great accent to the Twilight noise generator, animated of course.
I've been a fan of this site for a while now. I listen to Osmosis when I sleep, Healing Trees when I'm stressed and need to get away, etc. I like to listen to this particular sound while I'm studying. The steady ticking gives me something to focus on while I'm working and the occasional chime will wake me up if I start to drift off or get distracted.
Interesting soundscape. Love your enthusiasm guys, keep putting those out :)
This setting is strangely calming, and helps keep my thoughts from drifting too far if I'm working on something. It's like having a piece of gum in your mouth to keep your mouth busy, but for your brain!
This generator is perfect for late night studying. I love it
I always feel like listening to clockwork helps with my concentration, because ever since I was young I would always listen to this clock in my parents room that would constantly tick. At fist it would drive me insane, but after a while I would find myself reading in their bathroom so I could hear the ticking of the clock. Since I can't bring a loud clock to work, this with headphones is thing.
I load "Grandfather Clock" in one tab, the rain noise "Bedroom" in another tab, and just melt away.
The orange slider's 'Ding' is my favourite!
Mamaw's clock - reminds me of quite nights at my grandmother's
This works wonders for trying to write. I love listening to the clock chimes, and the ticking. It's calming, but at the same time helps to remind me that I need to be conscious of the time I'm spending on my essays and stories. It's worth a listen, and it's fun to play with.
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