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Pure Brown Noise - Block Out Background Noise & Focus More.

Block out background distractions and focus more - with Pure Brown Noise, the awesome new recording from Brain Hacker!

Pure Brown Noise is specially-generated signal noise, which sounds like a large waterfall, or a continuous low-pitched ocean roar. It contains many semi-random audio frequencies, all played at once. This special noise is incredibly effective at blocking out background noise. This recording contains a full hour of brown noise. Play it while working to help mask background distractions, boost your concentration levels, and sooth headaches and migraines. You can also use brown noise to help you relax and enjoy a deep sleep, and to calm nervous pets and children. Also available are Pure White Noise (which sounds more like TV static) and Pure Pink Noise (which sounds more like a waterfall).

How to use this session: Just hit play and enjoy the benefits of this session. You can listen with or without headphones. It's completely safe, non-invasive, and non-addictive. See www.brainhacker.net for full warnings and our disclaimer.

Download the Pure Brown Noise session now to help block out distractions and boost your focus levels!

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good white noise, not long enough!

What did you like best about Pure Brown Noise? What did you like least?

soothing sound, blocked out other noise without being intrusive.

What three words best describe Brain Hacker’s performance?

this is way too short, 8 hours would have been much more usefull