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Soothing Sounds of Jazz... with rain
July 7, 2014 1:27 PM   Subscribe

Jazz and Rain Feeling stressed? Listen to some cool jazz and the relaxing sound of rain.
posted by maggiemaggie (19 comments total) 27 users marked this as a favorite

 
It's 4am here. Thank you.
posted by nihraguk at 1:28 PM on July 7 [1 favorite]


"Jazz" and Rain.
posted by Greg_Ace at 1:47 PM on July 7


Kenny G.'s playing Endless Love. The sky is dark. My roof's leaking.
posted by davebush at 2:33 PM on July 7 [6 favorites]


Interesting. Even after adjusting the volume, I have rain and thunder, but no jazz. Which is fine with me.
posted by BlueHorse at 2:47 PM on July 7


Excellent timing. I was getting slightly tired of Coffitivity as working soundtrack.
posted by kariebookish at 2:54 PM on July 7 [2 favorites]


Hmmmm... the jazz is pretty hit or miss I agree. It was playing some good stuff about an hour ago. I swear!
posted by maggiemaggie at 2:57 PM on July 7


I'm on hold with my bank and I need to pee.
posted by desjardins at 3:05 PM on July 7 [4 favorites]


I have a really, really hard time sleeping in hotel rooms when I travel for work (which is, thankfully, only a few times per year). I got the idea to bring my tablet with a white noise app - it was great, but it wasn't quite able to get to the right volume to block out the stupid elevator down the hallway. I was cranky for the entire stay.

The next time I travelled, I brought my laptop and found a free site (donations only) that had a white noise generator mixed with gentle rain noises (no thunder). It was a really fantastic cover for all the noise - I heard NOTHING. I fell asleep almost instantly.. and BOLTED AWAKE an hour later when the gentle white noise somehow switched to a waterfall with loud, screaming bird sounds accompanying it.

And so, I will never, ever trust a web site to help me relax again.
posted by VioletU at 3:38 PM on July 7 [4 favorites]


VioletU: you should try this one. Procedural, infinite, no surprises and you can customize it quite a bit.
posted by Hairy Lobster at 3:56 PM on July 7 [4 favorites]


It's 2:46 in the am, and you're listening to the Quiet Storm on WXLN. Be safe out there, lovers.
posted by TheWhiteSkull at 4:16 PM on July 7 [5 favorites]


I used to listen to Rainy Cafe once I grew so used to certain patterns in Coffeetivity that I would brace for the one cellphone that went off about 3/4 through. Really helped for NaNoWriMo.
posted by fifteen schnitzengruben is my limit at 5:00 PM on July 7


Ahhh. The rain is nice. I'd like to have a little more thunder, but that's fine. No "jazz," though. I'd prefer jazz.
posted by kozad at 6:51 PM on July 7


Playing coffitivity and jazzandrain at the same time is starting to put me there.
posted by telstar at 8:06 PM on July 7


Kenny G's playing
Music darkens soul and sky
My roof is leaking
posted by Greg_Ace at 8:18 PM on July 7


All of the advantages of christianity and alcohol but none of the defects!
posted by Poldo at 9:39 PM on July 7


Well I went into a jazz bank
To take out a jazz loan
posted by thelonius at 2:15 AM on July 8


I'm now listening to Jazz and Rain, Coffeetivity & RainNoise all at once... The three overlaid is actually quite pleasant, though probably not helping productivity much. Not thundery enough rain noises on Jazz and Rain for me. Quiet computer rain just reminds me of a malfunctioning suburban water feature.
posted by thetarium at 4:46 AM on July 8


someone mentioned kenny g so i won't click on this, but i did wanna say that i've done this for myself a few times -- picked out a none-too-excitable 60s blue note album in itunes, say, and a half-hour rainstorm mp3 in the ol' quicktime player. *perfect* combination for an hourlong writing session.
posted by waxbanks at 6:55 AM on July 8


well this is really quite good! I like that the jazz doesn't end, whereas on Rainy Mood only a single song plays.

My go-to for productivity is Rainy Mood + Hatnote
posted by rebent at 10:22 AM on July 8


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