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How to get around the fadeout/in I find the lower pitch much more conducive to sleep (partially masks vibration-inducing sounds, like my psychopathic neighbors SLAMMING their door between midnight & 3am),than higher pitched sounds like white noise, rain, etc. And it is constant, unlike recordings of the ocean, etc. Great deal for a buck– but if you want it to play continuously through the night, it can be a challenge. Here’s what I did:First, you need a smartphone or tablet with an music app such as PowerAmp. I…

Anonymous says:

Much better than anything else I found I sleep at home with a fan on, have a hard time without it. When I travel, I need something portable, either a CD or an MP3 player or my laptop playing a file.I spent an hour or two poking around the web checking out various white noise, pink noise, and brown noise files. (I have used pink noise in the past but had lost my old recording.) I found that brown noise, which I hadn’t tried before, is the most appealing to me – it best emulates the rich sound of the fan without a lot…

Anonymous says:

Brown Noise Lullyby This is the best audio sleep aid I’ve come across. I’ve tried white noise machines, sound machines, and always have a fan on, but now I can finally turn off my fan (which is nice since its winter). I downloaded about 5 other tracks here on Amazon, including White Noise, Rain, Thunderstorm, Waterfall, and Waves, however, this is the one that permanently stays in my bedside CD player.I thought I preferred white noise, however, the white noise machine I had and the CD’s I made from…

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