Date Added:Mar. 30, 2005
Price:Free to try (30-day trial); $5.00 to buy
Downloads Last Week:3
None so far
User un-friendly, annoying reminders, only 3 or 4 tracks to pick, awful interface
Price would be nice if it worked.
White Noise Player did NOT work when installed on Win7-64bit. Simply would not start execution after install.
Can NOT recommend it for Windows 7 64-bit systems.
Decent track listing using looping .wav files
It only lasts about 30 minutes.... Not long enought to use for sleep.
Well if you download this program to get the .wav files, than use winamp and loop that wav file you basically get the full version for free. I would of bought this if it lasted 30 days, but it doesn't so out of spite I'm getting all the advantages for free. The "This is a limited version" pop up and limited use ruined any chance I had of buying this....
was easy to start/stop
deep sound with non intrusive rhythm and short slightly higher pitched notes interceding
without intruding into the general noise
Relaxingwith no break up of the "deadening" sound
Quite a reasonable success in achieving what it sets out to do - as stated get the volume right and it works well
It works. It is not too high pitched. The person who found it "creepy" may have reacted to an initial impression. The listener can imagine a fire roaring and crackling - or hear dripping in a cave. But I got used to it in a few minutes.
The steady drip reminds one of an infamous torture technique. In future versions the developer might consider changing it.
Tiny point: product should probably mention (in the message box that pops up when evaluation version runs) that it is only the evaluation version that turns off after 10 mins.
The cost is only $5.00.
The default white noise is kind-of creepy after a while. At first it just sounds like racket. After a while, it does seem to drown out other noises from other rooms. (I was using it trying to go to sleep with a husband banging around in the kitchen and an active 4 year-old playing in the frontroom.) After a while I found myself concentrating on the sounds and could make out a tick-tock, a jet plane sound, a bubbling brook, and rainfall. Then I started hearing what sounded like an low voice chanting "Just like you". Too creepy, and not relaxing. It was hard to get it to play other white noises, and it's not a plesant interface. It's better than nothing, but barely.
In case you don't know what white noise is, white noise is basically a sound that masks out other noises, and white noise includes static or similar sounds. You can use any sound clip you want, but it comes with a great one that sounds like rain, or maybe a crackling fire. It's very soothing! It's great for masking out snoring, construction noise, or just about any other noise.
This program is only $5, it's tiny and does exactly what is says it does, nothing more, nothing less. Great program!
None. Would be nice if the program was free perhaps, but $5 isn't bad.
This program works as intended.
It sounds terrible. Something akin to a stack of books burning or perhaps someone fanning a large volume book in your face.
White noise is suppose to be easy to ignore - this was not.
Also, when running, it plays over any music player running, unless you turn it off. You can't do both at the same time.
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|Publisher web site||http://www.sardinesoftware.com|
|Release Date||March 30, 2005|
|Date Added||March 30, 2005|
|Category||MP3 & Audio Software|
|Operating Systems||Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP|
|Additional Requirements||Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP|
|Downloads Last Week||3|
|License Model||Free to try|