In the rush to get things done, many computer users do not have the time to take a break and relax. Using the power of soothing nature sounds,
aims to create a comfortable and peaceful working environment or help you unwind at the end of a hard day.
Once Aura starts, you can enjoy listening to a combination of realistic and beautiful nature sounds, choosing from a variety of options and changing the acoustic elements to load as you feel fit. Running in the system tray, it doesn’t interfere with your work.
It comes with two different soundscapes, enabling you to listen to the sounds of the forest both during daytime and nighttime. Furthermore, it can be instructed to read the computer clock and automatically load the corresponding sound set.
No matter what your choice is, you get to customize the frequency of the sounds or even disable the ones you don’t like.
During the day, you can sit back and relax while listening to a flowing river or the sound of the rain and the wind. There are various other elements you can include in your soundscapes, such as birds, grasshoppers, rooks, crows or insects. You just have to close your eyes to imagine the beautiful forest scenery and you’re there!
At night, Aura can be configured to mimic a bonfire or reproduce the sound of owls, wild beasts, nightingales, frogs and more. And if you want to bring the sound closer to the city and out of the forest, you can include guitar, accordion or flute reverbs. Their musicality is sure to offer you a moment of peace.
What is great about Aura is that it offers you the freedom to customize soundscapes to match your preferences. Aside from the aforementioned predefined sounds, it can be configured to include your own sound files into the ‘playlist’. Furthermore, it can mute itself at a specific time or act as an alarm clock.
Aura integrates various options that you can tamper with to obtain the optimum soundscape. Bringing sound straight from the heart of the forest, it is a great way to calm yourself and relax. While you can add custom sounds to the list, some users might find it easier to have additional built-in soundscapes to mimic the seaside or, why not, classical music.