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  • Try SoundSelf Free for 48 hours!

    Are you ready for multi-sensory meditation

    powered by your voice? Try it with SoundSelf!

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      • 48 hours of Free Access begins at first launch.
      • No need to download again when you decide to buy, just activate here and we'll send you a key.
      • After that, you'll have lifetime access, no subscription necessary. 

      Or, if you're ready, you can

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        Supported HMD:

        VR Optional.

      • Windows System Requirements

        OS: Windows 10
        Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
        CPU: Intel i5 2500 equivalent or better CPU
        Memory: 6 GB RAM
        Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 460 equivalent or better Storage: 3 GB available space
        Microphone and Headphones Required
         

        macOS System Requirements

        OS: macOS 10.9 or higher.
        Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
        CPU: 2.5GHz Intel Core i7 or better.
        Memory: 6 GB RAM
        Graphics: Radeon Pro 255 or better. Intel graphics cards not recommended. 
        Storage: 3 GB available space
        Microphone and Headphones Required

        Supported Headsets

        Oculus: Rift, Rift S
        HTC: Vive, Vive Pro, Cosmos

        Valve: Index

        OpenVR: any OpenVR supporting headset.

        Windows Mixed Reality: any Windows Mixed Reality headset.

        OpenVR: any OpenVR supporting headset.

        Windows Mixed Reality: any Windows Mixed Reality headset.

        VR is not required to play

        Note: you can run SoundSelf on your PC monitor or projector as well, just dim the lights and sit comfortably.

      • "ZERO. FACE. LEFT."

        — Anonymous hippie in our guest book, Burning Man

        "I saw, for just one moment,

        the glimmering shadow of God."

        — Jared Rosen, Indie Statik

        "It's hard to describe the intensity of the experience ... Absolutely sublime."

        — Chris Person, Kotaku

        "I was blissfully lost."

        — Ben Kuchera, Penny Arcade

        "The game induced a beautiful and seamless trance that made me forget that I was in virtual reality."

        — DJ Pangburn, VICE

        "SoundSelf may be the hardest VR project to describe. Maybe it's the hardest thing to describe, period."

        — Caty McCarthy, Versions