Sound guide

Welcome to our sound guide where we talk about how noise/sounds
does affect us and curate the most inspiring sounds of the moment.

It's all about waves, sound waves.

Noise level chart

Here are some interesting numbers, collected from a variety of sources,
that help one to understand the volume levels of various sources
and how they can affect our hearing.

How does sound affect us

Noise is an underestimated threat that can cause a number of short- and long-term health problems, such as for example sleep disturbance, cardiovascular effects, poorer work and school performance, hearing impairment, etc.

* 40% in EU is exposed to traffic noise at levels over 55 db

* 20%
is exposed to levels exceeding 65 dB during the daytime

is exposed to levels exceeding 55 dB at night.

- consistent evidence that noise exposure harms cognitive performance.

- consistent association with impaired well-being and motivation to a slightly more limited extent.

- moderate evidence of effects on blood pressure and catecholamine hormone secretion.

The maximum safe threshold for humans is 80 decibels. For those who work above the limit, in the long run will have a hearing loss. Therefore it is advisable to conduct a medical examination or hearing examinations periodically in an effort to prevent Noise Induced Hearing Lose or deafness due to noise.

Sounds of the moment

2100 feat. BOOTS

Can I Change My Mind?' 12" out now on Boomkat Editions

友川カズキ ライブ@かき小屋飛梅 2016

CM von Hauswolff: Plays John Cage II, Format: White, Square 7" Flexi disc

Raster-Noto: alva noto. xerrox isola. taken from alva noto. xerrox vol. 3

Fifty Grand takes us to a different place.

Winter is coming... Drop it like its icy by Icy.

Tokyo: Messed up texting in an awesome remix by Japanese Qrion. XXX

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