After over a year away from typical concert volume levels, the hearing of band members and sound engineers has “adjusted to a controlled listening lifestyle.” This means that “getting the band back together” will require some extra care when it comes to the ears.
Sensaphonics, a hearing conservation company that designs custom-fitted earphones and electronics to achieve safe, high-resolution audio, held its first Gold Circle seminar of 2016 in Chicago on May 20-21.Read More
Sensaphonics donated a one-of-a-kind, signed guitar from Dave Matthews to the Auction 4 Audiology fundraising auction benefitting the American Academy of Audiology Foundation (AAAF). The auction is hosted by biddingowl.com and is live now through Friday, April 15.Read More
Sensaphonics introduced on April 1 its new EARbags, an Excess Audio Reduction system for musicians and others that makes in-ear monitoring safer. When secured to in-ear monitors, headphones or earbuds, the ear bags protect the user against dangerous spikes in sound levels.Read More
Sensaphonics’ two-day seminar on in-ear monitoring teaches audiologists the specifics of working with musicians and sound engineers.Read More