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A Sound Effect on People

A Sound Effect on People is a show that explores how we're all affected by sound, or to use a technical term, by acoustics. We'll investigate how poor acoustics can be disruptive, even harmful, while good acoustics can help us learn, work productively, even heal. We'll discover that our responses to sound are both psychological and physiological. And we'll learn about how people with different personalities react in different ways to the same sounds. A Sound Effect on People is produced by Saint-Gobain Ecophon, a manufacturer that specialises in developing and producing materials that improve room acoustics. www.ecophon.com/uk/podcast www.ecophon.com/uk
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Oct 21, 2016

Good acoustics changes lives. It facilitates the successful delivery of education in schools and universities. It enhances productivity and wellbeing in offices. And in healthcare institutions such as hospitals and care homes it aids recovery, healing and rest. In this episode of A Sound Effect on People, presenter Salma Cranefield is joined by Ecophon concept developers Shane Cryer, Paige Hodsman and Andrea Harman as they explore the impact of acoustics on our lives.

A Sound Effect on People is produced by Room 7540 in partnership with Saint-Gobain Ecophon, a manufacturer that specialises in developing and producing materials that improve room acoustics.

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