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I have a theory that people like those sort of white noise sounds due to plesant memories associated to them. For instance, maybe the person is into sci-fi or, for the coffee shop ones, maybe it's someone who often goes to coffee shops with friends. I, particularly, like absolute silence. The quieter it is, the more relaxed I get. Is there any scientific explanation as to why some people like white noise whereas other people prefer silence?
If you like this I can’t recommend Brain.FM enough. I use whenever I need to deep work/think about things and I find I have long stretches of incredible productivity combined with noise isolating headphones
They also boast a lot of actual research that backs up why they play the sounds they do and such.
It’s been a life changer for me, really. I hope I never see the day they go out of business cause I am heavily reliant on it to maintain productivity at this point (thanks ADHD)
My favorite is still, with `sox` installed, some variation on
play -q -n -c1 synth whitenoise lowpass -1 400 lowpass -1 300 lowpass -1 200 lowpass -1 100 gain +10
and tweaking the number of `lowpass` filters and their values appropriately
This is fantastic!
My goto for the last few years has been the Faster than light video game soundtrack.
I recently found this youtube channel which reminds me of your app:
From the style/content of the credits, it looks like another variant of a concept that has already been posted twice here in just the past few months.
The credits can be seen/compared here:
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