technology masks distracting
ChatterBlocker uses auditory masking
to reduce the intelligibility of nearby conversations
no longer distract you. Digital sound files
help blur unwanted speech with sounds that
are similar in frequency, but not distracting. The
result is a low, soothing murmur that fades to the
back of your awareness. Many
report increased relaxation and concentration.
better without disturbing others
ChatterBlocker works well at surprisingly
low volume levels in most cases. You can raise the
noisier environments, but
have to “drown
out” sounds to get relief from them. Also, most
people find ChatterBlocker less distracting than music.
your body, focus your mind
ChatterBlocker includes the comforting
sounds of ocean waves, bird songs and
help mask unwanted chatter;
they also relax unnecessary tension so you
can concentrate on your work.
audio tracks for relief in any environment
includes digitally encoded audio loops in three
categories: Voices, Music and Sound Effects.
You can play any number of tracks simultaneously, or
choose from presets designed to neutralize common
noise. You can
new presets or even add your own music files and playlists.
your focus and reduce distractibility
When you need a break, play the built-in
mindfulness meditation tracks. These are designed to
natural ability to focus and tune out distraction.
They’re also a great way to clear and refresh
your mind between work sessions. ChatterBlocker also
includes sound tracks of ocean waves, bird songs and
babbling brooks that not only mask unwanted chatter
but also help ease tension while you work.
loops offer periodic reminders
Activate ChatterBlocker's built-in
bell sounds and get periodic
a deep breath,
take a break or check your posture — whatever
you want them to mean. You may be surprised to find
that you've been holding your breath or sitting in
an uncomfortable position, which increases stress and
decreases your ability to think clearly and creatively.
If you'd like to know more, look
at our Frequently Asked Questions page,
download the demo,
or read our background papers: