Description: The Sensiri player is a sound controller, designed to load and play nature sounds from our online database. What's the big deal you might be asking yourself? Well the big deal is that you can control and play up to seven separate sounds at once. If you download all three different player models you can play up to 21 separate sounds at once. That seems like allot but consider this. The Sensiri player repeats each nature sound over and over again, creating loops. You can utilize the players random setting to add a silent pause at the end of each loop. You just type in the maximum length of the pause and the computer will repeat the sound with a different pause each time. This simple setting will bring the sounds of animals, birds and whatever else you want to life. I like to get seven birds going all at once, with a 600 second random delay. Each of the seven will sing after a random pause somewhere between zero and 600 seconds. It's like some kind of bird sanctuary paradise. There is no time limit, you could set an sparrow to sing sometime throughout the day, or even just once a day using the manual setting. You are in complete control of the timing.
Have you ever wanted to be a nature sounds DJ. Now is your chance. Start your session by opening Sensiri, then just start a recording with your operating system sound recorder. Record an hour or two, whatever you want, then upload your creation to your portable mp3 player or burn it to cd. Take your nature sound ambient reality with you on the go. Bring it with you camping if you are a little weird or the woods just aren't natural enough for ya.
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