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Positive Sound Design in Urban Soundscapes – Chicago Tribune

This week, Chicago Tribune Architecture Critic, Blair Kamin and I had a good chat about the positive role of sound in the design and experience of urban spaces. While noise problems at O’Hare Airport and Wrigley Field gain attention, we focused ways that sound reduces stress and enhance. Instead of the negative role, I mentioned […]

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Listen and Watch, Scott Bernstein’s “Revisiting the Potential for Healthy Soundscape”

Listen to “What If Sound Matters Too?: Revisiting the Potential for Healthy Soundscape,” Scott Bernstein’s talk at the Midwest Society for Acoustic Ecology meeting on Wednesday, September 21.

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“What If Sound Matters Too?” with Scott Bernstein, Center for Neighborhood Technology

Scott Bernstein suggests that both reduced noise exposure and increased intentional soundscape enhancement is achievable, affordable, and even good for the economy, providing agendas for research, demonstration, and local policies that can make healthy soundscapes attainable.

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