The noises from this noise machine are compacted together creating two dominant noises. The first is repetitive with a low pitch. The timbre is semi-full creating a roundness in movement. The movement is ongoing, steady and somewhat fast. It is a soft scratchy rustling. The other dominant noise is a rhythmic tapping. These tappings are more spread a part than the other noise. They are louder, sharper, and quicker. The tappings are full and short. They sometimes lose its rhythm; yet contain the same shape to each tap.
What is interesting about this noise machine is its softness despite its busyness. I was less interested in the tapping and more into the low pitched noise. When I listened, I saw a series of parallel lines drawing in different directions inside of this concentric form. Although the lines created a scratchiness, it also contained an elegance due to its softness. It was calming and enjoyable to listen to.