10 Hours of Ambient Arctic Sounds Will Help You Relax, Meditate, Study & Sleep




Not too long ago, we featured for you 4 hours of ambient music created by Moby, all of which you can download for free, and use to sleep, meditate, do yoga and generally not panic. Sound timely? Then download away.

Perhaps taking a cue from Moby, the Relax Sleep ASMR YouTube channel has also assembled a “video” offering 10 hours of Arctic ambient music, featuring the sounds of the frozen ocean, ice cracking, snow falling, [an] icebreaker idling and [a] distant howling wind sound.”

Click play above and you can enjoy “white noise sounds generated by the wind and snow falling, combined with deep low frequencies with delta waves from the powerful … idling engines” of a Polar Icebreaker. Very chill.

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