Proper soundproofing can make a huge difference in an apartment or home. If your bedroom is adjacent to your child’s room, or your study is adjacent to the living room, good soundproofing can be critical in helping you relax and focus. If you’re looking for easy ways to soundproof a room or apartment, you may wish to purchase soundproofing panels or other products from Soundproof Cow. However, if you’re looking . . .
Noise pollution does more than distract or annoy you, according to recent studies. Research in the U.K. and by national parks in the U.S. reveal sound pollution is affecting your health, as well as the well-being of wild animals. Find out more about how and why too much noise affects your health below. How Noise Pollution Affects Your Health Health effects of noise pollution include both your mental and physical . . .
You’re probably aware that different sounds have different frequencies, but what’s the difference between high and low-frequency sounds? And what about middle-frequency sounds? If you’ve been wondering about the differences between sounds of varying frequencies and how they affect you, read on. What Is Low-Frequency and High-Frequency When It Comes to Sound? When we talk about sound, we talk in terms of high and low-frequency waves. Sound waves are movements . . .
When you think about the movie “Jaws,” what comes to mind first? One of the most popular answers is that unmistakable sound — dun dun, dun dun. While only some movie scores become a part of pop culture, as is the case for “Jaws,” all film scores create an ambiance and atmosphere that draws you into the story and creates an immersive experience. How Sound in Movies Affect Us Sound . . .
What’s one of the most common health concerns in the United States? You may be surprised to learn it’s hearing loss. Around 48 million people in the country — that’s 20% of the population — have trouble hearing. So, what causes our loss of hearing, and can we prevent it? Causes of Hearing Loss Hearing loss happens for multiple reasons. In fact, five categories of hearing loss exist: Inherited: More . . .