Rain and fire noises represent natural sources of White Noise and Impulse Noise combined. Compared to Rain Noise , the noise of a fire offers sharper transients - the crackles - and a darker, warmer, level of white noise, only audible in the lower register. Instead of listening to pure white noise, some people switch to natural rain noise to perceptually cool down during summer time, and fire noise when days are getting darker and colder. This sound generator is calibrated and outputs a pink-like spectrum when the sliders are horizontally aligned. Calibration is unique to this website, and can be used to compensate for your own hearing, audio equipment, and listening environment deficiencies: follow our Calibration Procedure once, then access Your Hearing Curve from the right column. And I definitely do what it says in the description- I listen to this in Winter, Rain noise in summer and the walking tracks in Autumn and Spring! I made a visual simulator, but having this in another tab open, makes it just way better. Calm and relaxing, just how I like it! Sleeping under a lean-to shelter, trusting the person watching after the fire, and feeling the warm breath coming out the fire pit.
2. The Sound of a Fireplace is Relaxing
A fireplace is relaxing and one of the hottest amenities in a home. Ask any realtor and they can tell you that home-buyers want to find a home that has a fireplace. Many times, the fireplace goes unused even if it was a feature that was sought out. If your home has a fireplace, there are so many reasons why you should be using it. Read on to check out just some of the reasons why hanging around the fireplace and getting cozy can be the perfect source of relaxation for you.
1. A Fireplace Provides Natural Heat
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