I learned so much from the Internet, and I still do every day. It is amazing to realize how many high quality resources are available, free, just a few keywords and clicks away (thank you Google). We do live in an exciting era of shared and easily-accessible knowledge. However, one easily forgets that those resources do not come about spontaneously, and are the result of passionate and knowledgeable people, giving a lot of their free time to the community. When I realized this, the time had come for me to pay back...
Internet's largest collection of Online Sound Tests
AudioCheck.net started in 2007. Over the years, it has become a treasure trove of information for audio enthusiasts. As of today, AudioCheck.net offers the largest collection of online sound tests and audio test tones on the Internet. Each page is designed to be concise, easy to read, simple to understand, yet always scientifically correct. This particular combination makes AudioCheck appealing for both novices and experts: the former are using AudioCheck pages to grasp a better understanding of audio principles; the latter are bookmarking our site as one of the best repositories of sound test-related audio files available online. Each month, the site serves 100,000+ unique visitors.
The Ultimate Online Noise Generator
myNoise.net started in 2013, and offers a unique collection of online noise generators shaped to the listener's hearing thresholds. Noise generators have many uses, from sound masking to hearing therapy. myNoise.net is the only place on the Internet where one can produce true Grey noise online. Each month, the site serves 250,000+ unique visitors.
World's Most Relaxing Music Generator
CalmyLeon.com started in 2016. Like the colors of a chameleon, the sounds you hear on Calmy Leon slowly change over time, and are ideal to calm down or meditate.
Internet adopted a cat!
Purrli started in 2017 and tries to recreate both the sound and the presence of your very own virtual cat through a custom sound engine modelled after real purrs. In its first month of presence, the site served 500k visitors. The Internet loves cats, indeed!