WATCH: The Making of LEGO White Noise

LEGO White Noise

If you recall earlier this month, The LEGO Group has launched its very first LEGO White Noise album aimed to promote mindfulness and general wellness among LEGO fans. The playlist – which can be found over at 15 different music streaming platforms including Spotify and iTunes – features a collection of ASMR (Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response) tracks that helps listeners to slow down and be relaxed while doing their next building project or any mentally demanding task in particular.

This time around, LEGO brings us behind the scenes to see how such amazing, one-of-a-kind tracks were made and engineered using the various sounds created from more than 10,000 LEGO pieces. Watch the video below.

Practically created for LEGO grown-up fans, the track was initially designed to accompany the LEGO Creator Expert Botanical Collection but it can eventually be listened to whatever task you are working on.

I can just imagine the level of meticulous detail (not to mention the arduous tasks of cleaning up 10,000 LEGO pieces, lol) that went in designing, experimenting and engineering this LEGO White Noise playlist. To be honest, I never thought hearing the sound of LEGO clicks to be so relaxing.

The LEGO White Noise album and playlist runs for almost 3 hours and a half of pure LEGO soundscape that consists of clicking LEGO bricks, swirling studs, falling LEGO pieces, and much more.

Be sure to check with your favorite music streaming service to find out more about this beautifully crafted mindful mix.

Author: Albert Balanza

Teacher, student, dad, AFOL, psych geek & everything in between. :)

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