They really don’t make music like they used to. Music today is louder as measure of sound within a recording, even as audio pros worry about aural fatigue.
An exciting new product out of Sweden promises to deliver noise abatement with an attractive, chemical-free, and biodegradable product made from plants.
What is sound tourism? It’s a branch of tourism for people who like to seek out places with unique sounds. Click here to learn more!
The CDC has started a campaign to educate the public about the dangers of noise at sports events. This is good news, but real change will require government regulation.
Silent airports on the rise? Dr. Daniel Fink hopes so. Travel is stressful enough, he writes, and the few quieter airports he’s been in have made the wait more pleasant.
Listen to a sea organ make music via waves. A clever installation using wave energy to make mesmerizing sounds.
Dr. Daniel Fink recommends an article at NoisyWorld that reviews ear muffs used for hearing protection. It’s a noisy world out there, and you should know about the options to protect your hearing.
March 3rd is World Hearing Day, and this year the World Health Organization’s theme is early detection of hearing loss. Be sure to keep an eye out for the WHO’s new hearing testing app that is launching today!