This exposition is an investigation into software tranquillity through sound. One second of activity on a laptop was recorded by tracing the function calls within the Linux kernel. Can software be wild or calm? If so, what would calm software be like? Imagining that the software could experience its own existence, is the nature of its tranquillity or activity apparent to it? Can we as humans experience the tranquillity of software, if it indeed exists, and can we experience it as tranquil? Listen to fragments of one second worth of real software (in)activity while we present and reflect on the outcomes of this investigation.