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10 yrs from now, what sound will transport you straight back to 2020? Clapping Our NHS Heroes? Louder birdsong during lockdown?   In this episode, we explore the first-ever Sound o...

In this episode, we explore the future sound of hospitals, with ambient electronic musician and the founder of Sen Sound, Yoko Sen. In a recent episode, Marcia Jenneth Epstein, aut...

Sound Walking into 2021 - Taking strides to improve urban sound designIt’s reported that app usage has surged 40% during the pandemic, reaching an all-time high of over 200 billion...

A terrific trio of guests joins our host, Simon Gosling, for Episode 13 of The Quiet Mark Podcast. Jessica Smith and James Mills from ROCKWOOL, the UK's leading manufacturer in sus...

HOW TO CONTROL REVERBERATION TO CREATE HEALTHY BUILDINGS In this episode, we explore ways to equip architects, designers and specifiers with best solutions to solve the major probl...

Musicologist and Historian at The University of Calgary, Marcia Jenneth Epstein has recently released her latest book, Sound and Noise: A Listener's Guide to Everyday Life, on McG...

On Sept. 29th 2020, ABC.net was one of many global publications to highlight a study by our guest on Ep. 10, Acoustics PhD Candidate, Mahmoud Alamir of Flinders University, Adelaid...

If clever audio branding can influence our behaviour and drive our purchase decisions, what impact can good acoustic architecture and sound design in the built environment have on ...

Together, building and construction are responsible for 39% of all carbon emissions in the world, and alongside air traffic and road traffic, construction is one of the biggest sou...

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