An ambitious recording project in Cremona, Italy requires quiet in the streets surrounding an auditorium where the town’s famous violins will be recorded. And everyone in town joins in.
Watch this short interview of Steve Orfield, who runs an anechoic chamber, one of the quietest places on earth, as he discusses the importance of stillness.
Robert Twigger, poet, writer, and explorer, writes about how he rejuvenates himself when he is feeling crushed by noise.
Scottish docs to begin prescribing rambling, birdwatching to treat chronic illnesses. Dr. Daniel Fink says being outdoors is good for overall health, including auditory health.
Want to get away from the noise? It’s getting increasingly harder to accomplish, but some intrepid souls try their best to find and map quiet places.
Are noise-filled trains bad for your health? YES!!! So why do we put up with anti-social miscreants who impose their noise on public spaces?