T-MINUS

Sounding Out Tinnitus

T-MINUS

Sounding Out Tinnitus

The tinnitus wellness app

Set to become the UK’s leading online self-help sound therapy provision, T-Minus is the first app designed to help alleviate the symptoms of tinnitus, as part of an overall wellness approach. This astonishing breakthrough app is the brainchild of professional musician, producer and long-term tinnitus sufferer, Rupert Brown who has travelled around the world collating an incredible, captivating and unique music library of what he calls ‘Mind Environments’ – each one meticulously crafted to suit the individual specifications of those looking to take back control of their auditory environments.

The T-Minus app offers:

  • Tinnitus Specific Music Library
  • Audio and masking controls to personalize the user's sound experience.
  • Carefully designed frequencies tailored to combat the full range of tinnitus noises.
  • Daily provision of tinnitus related news and links, tips for managing tinnitus and inspirational quotes.
  • A curated FAQ’s section written from the perspective of Audiologists and ENT consultants.
  • A definitive hub for accurate tinnitus resources providing invaluable information.
  • A tinnitus journal for expressing good and bad days.
  • An easy to use and beautiful user interface.
  • An ever evolving, carefully curated list of features and content, specifically for tinnitus sufferers.

 

A constantly evolving library of sound therapy music and sounds

Listen to the collection and take back control

The T-Minus music can be accessed for free within the T-Minus app by all of those with a Spotify Premium Account – new customers can access a 3 month free trial of Spotify premium here. T-Minus will also be offering a standalone subscription option soon.

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ABOUT T-MINUS

The T-Minus project is founded by musician, producer and tinnitus sufferer Rupert Brown. Having simultaneously experienced 8 different tinnitus sounds and hyperacusis, Rupert was able to turn his life around by developing his own sound therapy. Recognising a lack of quality recordings and a host of cynically designed sound offerings, Rupert took it upon himself to create a library of deeply relaxing and evocative, tinnitus specific sound and music.

 

Rupert Brown

When I embarked on this journey, there really wasn’t anything of any quality around for tinnitus sufferers, that’s why I felt I had to take this project on, not just for myself but for anyone else who found themselves in the same position as me. It was important to formulate, catalogue and properly conceptualise the music therapy by putting various sounds together to create tinnitus ‘mind environments’. The goal and motivation was to make the most unique and extensive tinnitus sound library in the world.

T-Minus is now also available as an app for anyone looking to take a positive step toward managing their tinnitus.

ABOUT T-MINUS

The T-Minus project is founded by musician, producer and tinnitus sufferer Rupert Brown. Having simultaneously experienced 8 different tinnitus sounds and hyperacusis, Rupert was able to turn his life around by developing his own sound therapy. Recognising a lack of quality recordings and a host of cynically designed sound offerings, Rupert took it upon himself to create a library of deeply relaxing and evocative, tinnitus specific sound and music.

 

Rupert Brown

"When I embarked on this journey, there really wasn’t anything of any quality around for tinnitus sufferers, that’s why I felt I had to take this project on, not just for myself but for anyone else who found themselves in the same position as me. It was important to formulate, catalogue and properly conceptualise the music therapy by putting various sounds together to create tinnitus ‘mind environments’. The goal and motivation was to make the most unique and extensive tinnitus sound library in the world."

T-Minus is now also available as an app for anyone looking to take a positive step toward managing their tinnitus.