For the longest time, I’ve wanted people to hear my music
and be moved. To feel connected… to heal… to feel good.

And when I discovered meditones – I knew I’d finally
found the perfect way to help cultivate this form of
sonic transcendence. And SONESENCE was born.

I’m Tahlee Rouillon. A Melbourne music mistress, science geek, happy mutant and transformation addict.

Music leaves me in total awe. Those mathematical patterns that explode into dopamine-coated-brainwave-bliss-bombs. How it has the power to move you to tears, to cover you in frissons from head to toe, or make you jump around like crazy with 50,000 total strangers who now feel like friends.

There’s nothing else in the world quite like it.

So imagine my delight when I was introduced to meditones – an audio phenomenon that actually stimulates relaxed neural activity with a simple pair of headphones.

Soothing modern music + meditones = an exquisitely powerful personal transformation tool




So why is transcendence and transformation so important to me?

Well, I believe that we are all here for connection. And what causes suffering (from internal to global) is the sense of separation.

But when you transform your brain to be more peaceful, you feel connected. And when you feel connected, you can more easily and gracefully help others. And when you’re being of service, the whole world benefits.

You see, by operating as a global collective, united through peace – we can solve the multiple crises of our planet and evolve to the next stage of humanity. The fancy-pants name I give that is ‘transcendent unity’.

Imagine that.

It’s totally possible.

And it all starts with you.

Or more specifically, with your brainwaves.

Start making yours more peaceful now!


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This is my story of how music has been the golden thread throughout my whole life.

At 5 I saw my friend’s mother play the flute. The elegance and purity of its sound captured my imagination and I knew it was the instrument for me. 5 years of pestering my parents ensued.
At 10 my parent’s bought me a flute. I began lessons and fantasised about becoming the next Jane Rutter (my super-nerdy role model).
At 16 my subject electives were Music, Dance, and Drama. My parent’s bought me my first guitar (which I still own and love) and I formed two bands. When I graduated high school I told my mother I’d be happy to play in a band for the rest of my life.
At 17 I was accepted into the Queensland University of Technology as a jazz vocalist. It was here I met my tribe and developed incredible friendships with kindred spirits. Plus my subjects were things like ‘Jazz Quartet’ and ‘Mouth Orchestra’!
At 18 I changed my major to New Media to learn more about electronic music composition, recording and production. I completely adored what I was doing and began composing music for film and multimedia. I also lost my religion and went on a spiritual quest to understand my place in the universe. I was in a band with an ex boyfriend, his cousin + my brother – called ‘Breathing Autumn’.
At 20 I submitted my portfolio of electronic film music and graduated from uni. I took 3 months off to recover from creative burnout.
At 21 my 3 month hiatus had turned into 12. Even though I had no regular job, I moved out of home and was on welfare benefits to pay my rent. I struggled with depression, panic attacks and self medicated with drugs and alcohol. I also met the love of my life plus began a creative endeavour with a friend to compose ‘music to heal anxiety’ – an issue obviously close to my heart. It was a big year.
At 22 a psychologist introduced my creative partner and I to an audio guidance technique (which I call meditones) that made meditation effortless. We were able to incorporate this technique into our music and saw incredible results in ourselves and our clients. For the next 6 years I composed music, facilitated meditation workshops and felt I had found my calling.
At 28 I lost all my passion for music. I was tired of being a ‘struggling artist’ and the creative conflict I had with my business partner. I left the business to her and got an office job with a government owned corporation.
{TANGENT} Over the next 3 years, I retrained to become an Environmental Project Manager. I worked on amazing community projects and had some incredible mentors, but I also suffered a massive existential crisis… Who was I without music?

By 31 the heart strings began to tug. I liked my job but longed to help people one-on-one. So I became a Personal Trainer. A year later, my own healing journey from an eating disorder led me to establish my first blog – The Attitude Revolution. I wrote about food, exercise, and (most importantly) self love. At 33 I took a coaching course called Playing Big. I leapt into offering my own coaching service and…

{BACK HOME} I reconnected to my long lost music practice. It was like reuniting with an old friend you haven’t seen in years, but you feel like they never left.
I began offering my coaching clients personalised meditation music. This became the seed of what is now my Affirmation Amplifier service. Plus one track in particular was the seed that blossomed into my most popular track to date – Allied Forces
At 34 my beloved life partner and I broke up. The heartbreak honed my spiritual practice. I began trusting my glorious intuition again. This divine guidance revealed the entity of Sonesence and has steered every decision – from branding colours to who to work with.

I have come full circle into the spiritual, musical, purposeful, joy-filled Self I was meant to be.
My enduring hope for you is that you will connect to your Self too. Always.

Big love,


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Tahlee Rouillon is music composer extraordinaire at Sonesence. She offers peace seekers an easy way to achieve inner peace with a sonic shortcut called meditones.

After going through many difficult changes, Tahlee also created The Gentle Transition e-course for other sensitive souls struggling with change (who want to feel a whole lot better).

When she isn’t blissing out to music, you can find Tahlee wandering about the rainforest, eating good food with good friends and laughing out loud. Really loud. When you hear it, you’ll know.

She also creates bespoke meditation music for other wellness entrepreneurs and hangs out on Instagram a lot.