Cosm lets you quickly and easily create your own ambient soundscape to relax and refocus. We believe music and creativity have an important role to play in improving our minds and souls.
People are using Cosm to help with:
• reducing stress
• improving concentration
• falling asleep
• reflecting on thoughts and emotions
# How it works
Cosm combines concepts from cognitive psychology and a style of 'minimalist music' pioneered by composers such as Steve Reich & Brian Eno. You simply tap or swipe to create melodies that combine to create an ever evolving soundtrack to immerse your mind.
Inspired by organic tones such as gongs and the sounds of the natural world, the sonic palette has been carefully crafted to be atmospheric and calming. Each layer of sound evolves over time creating a non-linear piece of music that is both relaxing and captivating.
Once you’ve created your soundscape, save it to your journal along with notes for future listening and self reflection.
Cosm was created as part of a collaboration between brothers Jonah Fox (Electroacoustic Composer), Alex Fox (Technologist/Producer) with guidance from Dr Chris Howard (Computational Psychology MIT).
• Save and load sessions to your journal
• Sleep and meditation timer
• Background mode (no screen time)
• Change between scales and pitches
• Inter App Audio (IAA) support [note: Cosm must be opened manually]
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Simply Gorgeous Soundscape Generator
This app generates stunning soundscapes based on the parameters you select and the notes you enter when touching the playing area. With 30 different sounds to choose from you can create an endless array of soundscapes and it is IAA compatible, which makes it very useful for iOS musicians. There is an “undo last step” feature which is very useful. Soundscapes can be saved in the Journal to listen to later. I’m giving it 5 stars but there is one thing I’d like to see the developer implement. With its large supply of 30 sounds I would prefer a pop up menu to select the sounds I want to use versus the way you have to advance through them now. Maya comes just before Zendo so if I’m using Zendo and decide Maya would sound wonderful with it I have to advance through all 29 other sounds to get to Maya. It’s a small criticism and something I can certainly live with, but am hopefully to see this changed. I’m listening to one of my creations as I write this and am very happy with my purchase!
Problem using with AUM
It doesn’t load properly in AUM. And sometimes won’t play sounds when you can get it loaded. Could you please add more sounds and a pop up menu for the sounds rather than having to scroll through every sound. I wish there were more apps like this. Please fix. Thanks so much.
Please allow a way to turn off the text prompt
The sounds are great, and I love the visuals, but I find the texts popping up telling me to “feel how the sound affects my body” very distracting and frankly rather patronizing. I would much rather experience how the visuals make me feel, without being reminded to do so every other minute!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.