It isn’t often that our Macs cause stress. It happens. Not often. Certainly not as often as our Windows cousins. When you do get stressed, let your Mac be the cause of the solution.
SonicMood can fill your speakers with harmonious melodies in polyphonic sound. It’s mood music from your Mac.
I’m a rock ‘n roller at heart. If the Mac’s not blasting something from my past by Billy Joel it’s blasting something from today by Shania Twain. The key word there is ‘blast.’
Remarkably, the Mac can also provide you with soothing music, chimes, bells, crystals that are totally at the other end of the scale from blast ‘o musicarama. How?
SonicMood from John Hall. This nifty little Mac application sits in the background and fills your ears with sounds from heaven.
If you get overwhelmed by the noise around you, overwhelmed by stress, but still need your Mac to get through the work day, try SonicMood.
It’s always on my Mac and only gets turned off if I need a little Toby Keith and the Dixie Chicks; loud and clear to make me realize the quiet moments are still best with music.
Polyphonic sounds. Think of this as a wind chime without the wind. A chime without having something hang over your head. Unlike some rock and roll, you’ll never get SonicMood’s sounds stuck in your head. Nothing repeats.
There are 22 sets of differing ‘chimes’ that use different instruments. Bells, crystals, kalimbas, violins, and more. 128 total instruments. There might even be some angelic voices in there somewhere.
SonicMood looks like iTunes but it doesn’t play music from iTunes Music Store or your CDs. It makes music. Different music. Music to think by. Music to read by. Music to make love by (unless you’re really hot and bothered, in which case I suggest something by Gary Glitter).
The current version of SonicMood comes with a 30 day free trial. For just a few bucks you’re getting sounds that are worth more than going to the dentist to listen to Muzak. It’s more efficient than riding up and down in elevators just to get rid of the stress with a little elevator music.
Did you ever think of creating your own mood music? With SonicMood, you can. Adjust the instruments, combine instruments, put a large fan in front of your Mac to make the wind chimes sound like they would in a hurricane.
No, that won’t work. But the rest of the personal adjustments will work. Instant serenity from your Mac. Who knew?
To try out SonicMood, Click Here.