An interesting thing about nature sounds is that people actually like them more than the music produced by a billion dollar industry. If you think about it, music is very subjective – usually people like some genres and dislike others and there is no music that everybody likes. However nature sounds get much wider appreciation – it is hard to find a person that does not like the sound of beach waves crashing against the shore.
Why is that? Perhaps because being in nature, surrounded by pure acoustics of the environment, gives a feeling of overwhelming calm that is hard to experience in urban surroundings. Probably that is related to a human brain reacting positively when exposed to nature sounds. Actually, nature is our ancient environment, so the emotions it produces in our brain with its sounds are among most pleasurable and feels somewhat like “returning home”. So being in nature or listening to relaxing nature sounds can be a great stress relief for the brain, since it is basically coded and shaped at times deep in prehistory when human communities were living in an environment of such sounds.
However with nature sounds being as much appreciated as they are you might still find some sounds a little annoying, too loud, too quiet or too rhythmic. Therefore I have made this nature sounds mixer so that you could create a sound composition exactly by your liking. Each person is different and so are the reasons for using it. But most commonly people use this tool to relax, fall asleep, study (noise blocker) and meditate.
How to use Sound Mixer
1. Choose a sound
In order for nature sounds to start playing choose a sound from drop-down box for one channel and drag the volume slider up.
2. Add more sounds
You can add more nature sounds to composition by choosing other sounds in other channels.
3. Adjust balance
Pan the channel (with horizontal slider) to the left or to the right for stereo effects.
4. Adjust continuity
If you want the sound volume to fluctuate instead of playing continuously, click on a drop-down box with a green line and choose one of interrupted lines.