Zen week : Sleep onboard a starship with these great soundscapes.

The sound of a waterfall, an untuned TV set, or a fan in the background : All of these are examples of ‘White noise’ that help you concentrate or get to sleep. They have one thing in common : They are BO-RING .. How about spending 12 hours inside a Starfleet shuttlecraft. Or lounging around in Deckers aapartmentin the movie Bladerunner ? How about falling asleep to the sounds of Dave Bowmans shuttlepod in 2001 a space odyssey  ? Crynsknife007 has got just the thing for you. On his Youtube channel he has collected an impressive set of geeky 12 hour sound loops that really help you space out .. or focus. So have a slice of sci-fi inspired white noise and spend your day in the ambient sounds of the Battlestar Galactica engine room or fall asleep to the echoes of the death star. Plenty to choose from. Here is an example.

 

 

Link : Enjoy his entire collection here.

Tip : If you want to download these sounds for your phone or your favorite MP3 player (do people still have these  ?) take a peek at our YOUTUBE-DL show to quickly learn how 

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VID : Modem sound, slowed down 700 times makes for scary atmospheres

While looking for content for the next intro tune for the Knightwise.com podcast, I came across this little gem : The sound of a dial-up modem slowed down 700 times. I am not really sure to be completely spooked by this sound or to sit down and have it playing as some kind of background ambient track, because its a bit of both.  If you ever complained dial-up was slow, imagine how beautiful it would have been if it was 700 times Slower.

For those of you who like this kind of stuff : See how the slowing down Justin Bieber’s “Baby Baby” makes for a great ambient track or have a satanic ritual with the TROLOLOLOLO song in the background (slowed down 800 times)

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