Rain & pink noise
Pink noise uses a consistent frequency, or pitch, to create a more even, flat sound, like a steady rain, wind rustling through trees, or waves on a beach. Its added depth and lower waves filter out higher sounds. As a result, you hear more relaxing, lower-frequency sounds.
As you can hear, artificial pink noise sounds a lot like rain, and for a good reason: the sound of rain can be classified as pink noise. The sound of rain, therefore, works the same as other colorful noises: it is a constant sound that masks other disturbing sounds. This ensures that our brains don’t get stimulated as much by sudden sounds and allows us to relax. All we hear is rain, and rain sounds good.
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Siv is a composer, producer, and sound designer. He incorporates digital sound synthesis,
field recordings, found sounds, and samples and straddles multiple musical worlds without
identifying with any genre. Drawing on his formal training in Indian classical music and Sound Design,
he combines ragas with raving synths and evolving pads pulsing to nature's rhythms to create unique compositions.
To him, every song has a narrative and music is anything that can touch a soul, comfort it and heal it