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If you are looking for Halotea, you have come to the right place. We explain what Halotea is and point you to the official download.

What is Halotea?

Halotea is an audio generator that can be used to create ambient sounds that promote meditation and tranquility in various environments, from home to the workplace. The program begins by taking a particular sound—this is called the sample—and combines these to generate a preset, which refers to a set of samples. Examples of samples would be leaves rustling in the wind, birds chirping, and a babbling brook. These could all then be combined to create a forest- or dell-themed preset.

Presets within the software are further grouped into themes, which users can check for particular presets they might enjoy. Of course, it is possible for users to create their own presets by mixing samples from the program or even by importing sound samples from third parties. The sounds can then be played back later in the desired environment to promote relaxation, wellbeing, or calmness, in line with audio therapy theory.

The program is compatible with Windows 8, Window 7, Windows XP and Windows Vista. It requires at least 200MB of space on the user’s computing system and also requires Microsoft DirectX 9.0 or above.

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File types supported by Halotea

Our users primarily use Halotea to open these file types:

About file types supported by Halotea

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Last updated: : September 9, 2014