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Calming Noise

Calm Collective

Available in 48 kHz / 24-bit AIFF, FLAC audio formats

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Deep White Noise
Calm Collective
2:59
2
Relaxing White Noise
Calm Collective
2:59
3
Calm White Noise
Calm Collective
2:59
4
Deep Pink Noise
Calm Collective
2:59
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Relaxing Pink Noise
Calm Collective
2:59
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Calm Pink Noise
Calm Collective
2:59
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Deep Brown Noise
Calm Collective
2:59
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Relaxing Brown Noise
Calm Collective
2:59
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Calm Brown Noise
Calm Collective
2:59
10
Grey Noise
Calm Collective
2:59
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Violet Noise
Calm Collective
2:59
12
Soft Noise
Calm Collective
2:59
13
Shortwave
Calm Collective
2:59
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Longwave
Calm Collective
2:59
15
Cassette Noise
Calm Collective
2:25
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Relaxing Analogue Noise
Calm Collective
2:59
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Wide Analogue Noise
Calm Collective
2:59
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Soft Ambience
Calm Collective
2:59
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Relaxing Ambience
Calm Collective
2:59
Total Playing Time    56:07
Calm Collective produces a series of relaxing, atmospheric, and ambient music to set the listener deep into reflection and meditation through a series of moods and settings.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Decca Studio Masters

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