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No driving range white noise? Or maybe New Yorkers "colorfully vocalize" too much about their wayward shots that it is no longer a soothing background?

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On 11/8/2017 at 4:52 PM, iacas said:

Your phone is a portable microphone.

Yup, a couple of those in the playlist are via my smartphone, the mic isn't that great though, but good enough.

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On 11/8/2017 at 4:13 PM, RandallT said:

No driving range white noise? Or maybe New Yorkers "colorfully vocalize" too much about their wayward shots that it is no longer a soothing background?

That's a great idea. Should have recorded the range when I went to the PGA Tour event. Will record the local range next time out. Should record a subway trip as well. 

Have also since added hiking backgrounds and a sports event stadium background. This list is getting really good. 

The irony of listening to white noise to drown out conversations at a cafe/cowork/library doesn't escape me. 

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On 11/11/2017 at 2:33 PM, David in FL said:

What's wrong with quiet?


Open air working environments suck. Can't think because people talking doing whatever. Must drown out. This is a fact of life of the modern working space. All those companies espousing modern workspace setups are just trying to squeeze as much money as they can given the space there is. They're not trying to help the typical office worker, they're making it worse.

Just try getting complete silence in a working environment if you don't have your own office door to close.

Believe you me, I want silence.

The list grows.

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On 12/11/2017 at 1:15 PM, nevets88 said:

Added some PGA Tour range audio and now can listen to golf shots as white noise.

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I'm not sure what this audio content is.Are you talking about the random people hitting golf balls? TV announcers ?

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