What YouTube Lacks Is A Way To Tune The Sounds To Match Your Partner's/Spouse's Snoring Sounds
You can use the tone adjustments that are already available on your device or install any one of your choice of equalizer apps from the App Store or the Google Play Store
Equalizers allow you to filter out unnecessary volume in specific frequency ranges and boost volume in frequency ranges that are more in line with the snoring sounds that you are exposed to.
This is a key component, because you'll want to use as little overall volume as possible to completely blend away all traces of the snoring sounds starting and stopping.
There Are Many Media Player Apps Available That Include An Equalizer
Both the App Store and the Google Play Store have several media player apps available with built-in equalizer functions. Or you can install a stand-alone equalizer app and continue to use your existing music app.
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One of the many advantages of SnorEraser is that you won't have to purchase anything expensive, in order to be able to sleep totally undisturbed, right next to your snorer!
The most expensive component is a mobile device of some kind and you probably already have that taken care of. Anything that plays a YouTube video and allows you to adjust bass and treble, will do nicely.
Just like music. SnorEraser won't be at it's best if you play it through a mobile device speaker, a notebook speaker or even most PC's. And the deeper your partner's snoring is, the more you will want to use equipment that can pump out some bass, to get a good match (matching is the name of the game).
If you don't give it a fair shot, equipment and settings wise, you may mistakenly believe that SnorEraser does not work and that would be a big tragedy.
Because SnorEraser is the only thing that can allow you to lay right next to someone who is snoring, without being disturbed at all (when used as recommended) and we can prove it.
We recommend using reasonable quality earbuds, earphones, speaker pillows, etc..
And always keep in mind that any masking sound will work it's best when the sound is coming from a point that is between you and the offending sound.
Soft foam earbud boots can make a big difference by adding better sound isolation, by keeping earbuds in place better, and by making them more comfortable for all night use.
That being said... You still need to use adequate volume to blend away nearby snoring.
However, people mistakenly believe that it is the timbre and volume of the snoring that is keeping them awake, but the main culprit is the erratic on and off nature of the snoring.
When you replace that fluctuation with a smooth, continuous sound, you will be pleasantly surprised by how easily your thoughts will drift away from that sound. Which is not very likely when you can hear the snoring turning on and off.
There are just a few things that will influence how much volume you will need to use, in order to reach "the magic point".
So... Initially, you'll just want to gradually increase your volume to a point that you feel is near the remaining volume of the snoring that is making it through your earbuds, etc.. and into your inner ear (usually about half of the original volume, but this varies). Noise isolation and cancellation devices can help to reduce the volume requirement somewhat, but are not usually necessary.
Your goal is to eliminate or greatly reduce ALL unnecessary frequencies. Because it is the combined volume of the individual frequency ranges that constitutes the overall volume.
That is why using an equalizer is so critical to this process.
You may be thinking... "Well if that's the case, then why can't I just use plain old white noise?"
The answer is that white noise has far to many unnecessary frequencies and lacks the other timbre qualities that are needed (causing you to use way too much overall volume, to get to the necessary volume in the right frequencies).
Your brain and auditory system pick up on tiny timbre differences very easily, that's where SnorEraser comes in.
So... Step 2 involves a little experimenting on your part.
You want to pay close attention to which of the individual frequency bands seem to be making past the masking sound. Is it high pitched hissing sounds or low rumbling sounds? (this is key).
Because you will want to reduce the volume of the other (unnecessary) frequencies slightly and then slightly increase your overall volume.
Literally all you have to do now, is keep repeating step 2 (usually 2 -4 times) until the snoring blends away into the masking sound and you're free for the rest of your life!
You'll know when you are there because you are going to have an irresistible urge to chuckle a bit.
If you are like me... You will probably think something like "Damn, after all this struggling, it's THAT easy?"
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