15 minutes each sound
Tinnitus Relief Masking Sounds - Wolf Calls - Wolf Pack: The solitude of the arctic is broken by the wind and the mesmerizing call of the grey wolf, alone and in packs, howling and moving through the landscape of enchantment. A babbling brook adds to the feeling of calm. The constant and steady flow of water plus the mournful cries of the wolves make this recording a perfect relaxation and sleep aid, with the added benefit of noise masking for those with ringing in the ears. --Wind and Ocean Surf: Waves roll onto the shore in a cascading surf. Steady and pulsating, growing louder as they approach the shore as they break apart, then disappear. Sea gulls squawk as the wind ebbs and flows. The combination of wind and waves creates a tonal sweep of audible frequencies, making this recording a good sleep aid and masking sound for unwanted noise in the home or workplace.
Whale Songs: The oceanic singing of the whale is captivating. In comparison with music, male humpback whales have been described as inveterate composers of songs that are strikingly similar to human musical traditions. This recording also has low levels of water noise, some splashing and lapping sounds. An excellent relaxation and sleep aid. --Thunderstorm: Soft rain cascading from the tin roof of your front porch and dripping water from the gutters. A summer thunderstorm leaves a rain shower with gently-rolling thunder in the distance. The lightning strikes are scattered throughout this recording with the rain sounds ebbing and flowing. Very peaceful, very relaxing. If you suffer from ringing in the ears you will appreciate the masking effect of these sounds.