The noise starts with a noise repeated a few times, separated each time by only a few milliseconds. After a few repetitions of this noise, its becomes constant. It is a very rough and phat sound, and is generally a low pitched noise with a general undertone sustained through the entire time the sound lasts for. There is a rumbling tone over the drone. It is also rough, unlike the drone, and is a higher pitch as well.
After a few seconds a high pitched noise is heard. It is short and sharp. Soon after this sound occurs, another noise begins, a short and sharp click. It comes from in front of me. The noise is lots of individual sounds, lasting less than a second each. It is a mid-pitch sound, and has no distinct tonal quality.
After many minutes of the sound lasting, it stops suddenly, leaving a silence and a slight reverb behind it. The clicking noise can be heard, very faintly. As I move away from the source of the noise, it becomes fainter and fainter, until it can no longer be heard.
A large room is filled with many noises, coming from all around me. I sit in the middle of it listening to all that surrounds me. A high pitched screeching comes every few minutes, both in front and behind me. This sound lasts a long duration of around 30 seconds before ceasing to exist. It sustains this high pitch for the whole time, shifting around between different tones, but stays mostly consistent.
Another noise comes from many different sources. They don't have a particular rhythm or tone. They are all different. They pan from left to right, right to left, behind to in front, and in front to behind. It is too difficult to pick where each source of sound is coming from.
A constant mid to low pitch noise also surrounds me. This sound also pans across from where I am sitting. Each sound lasts less than a second but repeats itself at a constant rhythm. Each one again is different, some more quiet, some louder. They also have different timbres, light, heavy, etc. But because there are many of the, they merge together to create a cacophony of the same noise.
With all of these sounds, they merge together to create a very dense soundscape. An individual sound cannot be isolated amongst the total amount of sound coming from this area.
The space is generally quiet, kept to a very low pitch and tone. However, there are many more layers of noise around me. There are short and sharp low pitched noises, medium-high pitched rings which pierce the ear with force, and very soft, consistant taps, that as they get closer, become more recognisable, before fading away as they move away from me.
There is one overlaying noise however. It comes from a variety of directions, from right next to me, to tens of metres away. The closer ones, are louder, easier to recognise, but the ones further away require much more concentration to pick up. These ones have a clear undertone. The noises all sound different as they all have different qualities; some are high pitched, some low.
Below everything, there is one drone, which doesn't stop. It sustains a single tone and frequency. As other noises come, this one seems to fade out into the background, although it is still there, it is just not being focused on.
Through all of this, there is a very slight echo, where each noise is given not even a second to ring around the very large room. The many layers of noise continue to come and go, showing that they will never stop.
A gentle hum sustains a drone and never changes. It can only just be heard sustaining a low frequency. In the distance a quiet roar passes from left to right. It doesn’t sustain one pitch, but many as it rumbles between them. It is a very smooth sound, and as it centres, its gets louder and more dense, before it continues to pass right and fade out to nothing.
The gentle hum returns before a sharp and loud mid-range pitch startles the relaxed hum that continues to sound. It continues for a second before dissipating into nothing. It also sustained one general pitch, but had a much higher frequency. The gentle drone slowly starts to come back into hearing after the sharp sound echoes for a few seconds after.
A new sound comes in, a peaceful howling, at a high pitch melds in with the low drone, creating a new texture. The howling starts and stops, crescendo-ing and decrescendo-ing in and out of existence. With this howling brings a disjointed sound, hundreds, or thousands of little, light objects creating a quiet timbre. Each one stops and starts, creating a rippled sound that stops soon after the howling ends. Throughout all this, the low drone can still be faintly heard in the background.