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"twenty thousand hertz" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

Twenty Thousand Hertz

05:02 min | 8 months ago

"twenty thousand hertz" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

"Whatever sacrifice minor sacrifice we made. It was worth it because it who could have known that that movie would have been in theaters for that long and get us that much positive press it was. It would have been a much different story. Eventually description would be commonplace in movie theaters. But it would've taken probably another year or more for us to sort of advance the cause In that movie really helped us out. How sorry it's just such. It says an incredible feeling to to be sitting across from someone who who made your childhood basically just the hours the hours i spent watching. I don't know harry potter star wars or the lion king or whatever film and just feeling feeling they're listening to this film really being involved with these characters feeling for them rooting for them yelling. No don't jump in that whole can't you stay at. Their involvement is so so important for blind people really feeling they. They're there and like people care that they're there. Thank you. thank you for caring for these total strangers. Who you'd probably never meet but thank you for letting blind people watch movies just like people it really. It means a.

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"twenty thousand hertz" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

Twenty Thousand Hertz

05:58 min | 8 months ago

"twenty thousand hertz" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

"With open captions as we call them. Was julia child. The french chef white sauce base with yours twenty years later in the early nineties w. h. applied for a grant to essentially do a similar service for people who are blind or have low vision and that was descriptive video service. They started with adult program in case john. Thank you myself like three dramas documentaries but by the time. Brian came to w gbh years later. The goal was to reach a much broader audience including kids like me every day. When you're walking down the street in fact the first video description i ever heard was on a show that brian helped describe right here w. gbh called. Arthur it's called the descriptive video service. It's for people who are blind so they can watch. Tv use the remote to choose the sap. Then a voice comes on the tv show to tell you what's happening whenever arthur would come on. I'd run to the television and be transfixed for half an hour. The little girl turns into a crap. Because i knew exactly what was happening funny. My parents weren't very good at describing but these professional describes knew what they were doing. I could trust. I felt in the know and at home like these describes we're talking directly to me. Check it for yourself. On arthur and other. Pbs kids throw band so the the process of description. Maybe i should talk a little bit about that. Tends to be you'll watch the whole program. I normally i would never suggest a harebrained scheme like this. But i think we should follow him so as you can imagine the process they developed at. Wbz h is a little different from what my friend benz. You went inside. You sometimes watch scenes for a long time for many many times. Normally i would never suggest normally okay. Scratch that very different. So you need to in some ways map out in a scene. Say it's a five minute scene. You can think of all kinds of ways to describe it but that's not worth anything until you know how many seconds and when there may be a pause so you could actually describe something you know if it's a new scene with new characters in a new place you need to set the stage. I what was that and sometimes there's only one second you can only say later or at night. Sunlight cross the earth surface as rotates in the milky way. Giant gold letters revolve around the planet spelling universal by the late nineties. Wbz started to expand video description from television to movie. Mardi runs down the fire trails toward him so We developed in an entire business of selling vhs tapes with description on them. He faints and falls to the ground. Arthur was great but the vhs tapes were total game changer. Flag waves on top of castles. Thomas spire when i was five. My mom brought one home from the local libraries. It was the lion king now. In a cartoon giant yellow sun rises into a golden sky. It lights up a huge savannah a flat grassland that stretches as far as the great thing about those matthew. I don't know if you've ever experienced those is that you just put it in the vcr and it plays and has description on it. Don't have to do anything. No menus long no settings just press play. They fly over a waterfall which tumbles over a cliff as tall as a skyscraper..

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"twenty thousand hertz" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

Twenty Thousand Hertz

03:26 min | 8 months ago

"twenty thousand hertz" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

"Ralph volunteered to describe what was happening on. Screen and fifteen minutes in. I had no idea who anybody was and what was going on. Things were exploding. People were yelling. You know the usual superhero style. I don't know what's going on. And he's like i give up. Ben can you do this. And then mid movie takes over and gives pro grade descriptions of what's going on and since then. He's the only person i go to the movies with. I seem to have.

"twenty thousand hertz" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

Twenty Thousand Hertz

03:05 min | 9 months ago

"twenty thousand hertz" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

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Domestic Symphony - The Evolution of Digital Audio Technology

Twenty Thousand Hertz

02:09 min | 9 months ago

Domestic Symphony - The Evolution of Digital Audio Technology

"For a new home appliance. Let's say a new washing machine or dryer or a dishwasher. We ask ourselves a lot of questions things. Like how much does it cost. Does it come in different colors. What features does it have. What did the review say. Does a refrigerator crisper actually do anything with so much to think about. It could be easy to overlook what the product sounds like For decades thoughtful sound design and music was limited to the world of entertainment specifically movies tv and gains over in the world of manufacturing. Sound design was almost nonexistent. As long as the product worked in looked okay. That was good enough. Sound was an afterthought if it was even considered at all recently though that's all started to change in the last twenty years as smartphones laptops and tablets became more common. Our home started chirping with carefully. Designed sounds but for the most part are home appliances. Still just made noise in decades past devices were limited a cacophony of noise. That's audrey are beanie. I'm the ceo founder and executive producer of audio brain. We are a sonic branding firm. When audrey i started working in sound design nobody was thinking much about the sounds of household products. Nobody really paid too much attention to those alarms. And those buzzers That's what that world was about. It was really not much intention to the sounds. Your heard within your home but these days appliance makers are paying a lot more attention to how their products sound and they're asking sound designers to help them make new sounds. We're looking for sounds that add value not sounds that ed noise but that enrich that experience and make people feel really good

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"twenty thousand hertz" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

Twenty Thousand Hertz

03:00 min | 10 months ago

"twenty thousand hertz" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

"Andrews is also still a big fan of low tech even though he now has a world of entertainment at his fingertips every now and then he still finds himself picking up his nineteen. Fifties russian-made shortwave radio and heaping new. Should out encourage people to get themselves. And all shortwave radio just a dream is that feels good and appropriate in the late night. Good to the bands and listen. What's then.

"twenty thousand hertz" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

Twenty Thousand Hertz

02:20 min | 10 months ago

"twenty thousand hertz" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

"That's clearings not normally diamond shapes in total lewis. Track down thirteen number stations. He published a book that laid out detailed satellite imagery of where they were broadcast from photographic representations of their frequency sections and transcriptions of messages without saying too much faster. It's been interesting to monitor. He's been buying the book in the sense that it hasn't been deeply interested in photography and shortwave radio within various institutions that the book. Some of them who have historically quite close relationships to push intelligence agencies and i mean again could be completely coincidental. But it's kind of intriguing when something happens today. There are at least twenty or thirty number stations still broadcasting but it seems they becoming less common definitely something that is going out style and even as far as working on the project some of the ones that had been live would disappear of the air and now now for the most part it's used by russia show very very much speaking of russia. There's one particular number station. That's gotten a lot of attention in the last decade or so. it's called the buzzer and some people think has a more sinister purpose than communicating with russian. Spies that's coming up after the break. What does great teamwork sound. Like they can be the chatter of a good brainstorm or it could be the total silence of a group of people deep in concentration. But whether you're collaborating or concentrating you need a shared place to get that work done. And that's why. I highly recommend you try out monday. Dot com work. os. It's a customizable platform..

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"twenty thousand hertz" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

Twenty Thousand Hertz

02:28 min | 11 months ago

"twenty thousand hertz" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

"Twenty thousand hertz is hosted by me dallas taylor and produced out of the sound design studios of defacto sound for a little taste of that sweet sweet. Sound design. Defacto sound on instagram. This episode was written and produced by under unson. And casey emmerling help from sam ryan bolt. It was sound edited by soren beijing. It was sound designed and mixed by joel border. Thanks to our guests. Eric bows of pete brown guards and jeff bergman if you wanna stay up to date with what's going on at twenty k. Get some bonus content and help us name episodes. You can find us on facebook on twitter on our separate and you can always get in touch by writing high at twenty k. dot org. Thanks for listening before we go. I want to tell you about a podcast. That movie fans will love. You must remember. This is the top podcast about the history of hollywood and they just finished a season called gossip. Girls it's all about the two most famous hollywood gossip columnists of the twentieth century. Luella parsons and hedda hopper parsons and hopper were single moms in self made women who became rich and famous deciding win to protect the secrets of the stars and when to reveal them but as much power as they both games they were also cogs in a totally corrupt system where studios newspapers and the government worked together to make a few people. A lot of money gossip girl's traces the history of gossip all the way from the nineteen. Ten's up to the present. That explains how celebrity gossip moved from radio to tv to tmz and instagram. It's both juicy. And deep and perfect for summer listening to binge all nine episodes subscribe to. You must remember this right here in your podcast player. The only thing better than brandon all night for your side hustle. Is your roommate. Picking you up with maki days breakfast. The perfect pickup deal bear the deal for every morning at mcdonald's right now tastes breakfast. Perfection when you get a warm and savory sausage mcmuffin with egg for just two. Fifty price and participation may vary cannot be combined with combo meal..

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"twenty thousand hertz" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

Twenty Thousand Hertz

01:48 min | 11 months ago

"twenty thousand hertz" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

"This episode possible. Thanks for listening. Hey twenty thousand hertz. friends. I'm molly bloom. And i host a kid's science podcast called brains on. We answer questions like how airplanes fly is time travel possible and why do dog sniff. Other dogs butts. Oh and like the show. You're listening to right now. We're also obsessed with cool sound Ch- that lasts by the way that's a haring fart. Just one of the surprising sounds of science. You'll here on rains on. Plus we've got kids interviewing awesome. Scientists songs about biology engineering whether themed game shows skits with talking molecules and boatloads of mind-blowing facts. And if you like mystery. Sounds we've got those too so check out brains on anywhere. You get your podcasts or had to brains on dot org stay curious. I want to tell you about a really exciting collaboration. We did that. Just launched the project is a short film called the sounds of space a sonic adventure. Two other worlds. It was made in collaboration with melody sheep. Which is one of my all time favorite youtube channels. The twenty minute film is roughly based on our space episode but it was re recorded with tons of new material it has brand new music and sound design and truly amazing visual effects. I think it's incredible and it's definitely one of the things. I'm most proud of to see it. Click the link in the show description or visit the melody. Sheep youtube channel. While you're there tap the subscribe button..

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"twenty thousand hertz" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

Twenty Thousand Hertz

02:55 min | 11 months ago

"twenty thousand hertz" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

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"twenty thousand hertz" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

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03:22 min | 1 year ago

"twenty thousand hertz" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

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"twenty thousand hertz" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

Twenty Thousand Hertz

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"twenty thousand hertz" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

"Chris and alison perform. These sounds on a fully stage outside of los angeles which is also where they recorded. This interview and the fully stage is probably the size of two full-sized garages put together to capture. All of the different footsteps sounds they need. The fully staged is filled with all kinds of surfaces and materials. There's a big piece of concrete next to the concrete are too large pieces of wood so these would pieces sound different one. Sounds like a nice house harwood. The other one sounds a little more hollow. Maybe like an upstairs. Would ed or an old house and these services are large enough so that we can walk together side by side but we can also direct props onto those surfaces to make them sound heavier all around the room. There are monitors. And projectors that show chris and alison the scene. They're working on so they know exactly what to do at exactly the right time. We have some pits. Their calls foley pits. Line has some broken glass in it for breaking glass. Another one has some metal pieces laid on top. That sound like a fire escape. We have a water pits for water. Sounds swimming bath. Tubs are dirk. Pitt is the largest pitt. Maybe a third of it is another gravel. an another third is sand. Chris and alison have worked together on lots of different projects. Their partnership was born out of a long tradition of having fully artists. Work in pairs. I know a lot of supervisors back in the day would prefer a man and a woman fully artist because they preferred women to walk women characters and men to walk men characters. Because there's obviously a different way. They walk having a partner also helps to lighten the workload. Fully is very physical. You're moving all day for an eight hour time period and for one person. It's draining both mentally and physically because you're creating all day long and it gets very taxing and so the ideal situation in my opinion is to have to foley artists to create minds working. I don't even think so much. It has to be a man and a woman because we've gotten so good at changing roles. My idol was a woman named kim alone and she was a tiny little dancer. But she walked. Mr t. in the a team this on your brain and so that always stuck in my head you know this small petite woman could do that chris. Allison don't work alone. There joined by another critical member of the team. Hi my name. is darren man. And i'm fully mixer at warner brothers. And what my job is. I run the computer in the microphones and capture. What artists are doing. Darren works in a recording booth adjacent to where chris and work. He communicates with them through a talkback which is just a microphone. Built into his audio console. Darren is a key part of our team because he makes sure that it sounds like dirt. It sounds like high heels. It's instinct some things i do. Is i tell them. Oh that doesn't quite sound right. Can you change your shoes. I also changed sink. I can add room for doing car. Crashes things like that body falls. Darren really can add some heft to it so that we're not killing ourselves performing these sound effects but one thing i always say is garbage in garbage out. I can't make the foley artist better..

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Do You Know Your Sonic Brands?

Yeah, That's Probably an Ad

01:33 min | 1 year ago

Do You Know Your Sonic Brands?

"Gives us the first one donald donald donald all right was kind of the modern gold standard. I'm lebanon it for mcdonald's we're as i mentioned we're gonna be talking to dallas taylor from twenty thousand hertz. they didn't entire episode about strongly. Recommended is listening because that episode. We'll give you the deep dive into the bizarrely complicated. Backstory that jingle And just how huge stakes it was but it really did bring together the global marketing of mcdonald's which had always been scattershot and there really was nothing consistent except the golden arches All right so we're all primed warm. Nick gives an excellent flex net. Flex that flakes. Has anyone made it through the last year without hearing that seventeen times. So yes the netflix. But also has its own episode on twenty thousand hertz. Where i think they were the first to hear the back story of how that was made and how was originally or at one point was going to feature a goat get to the end and then like like that almost made the cut. But it didn't quite. I part of me misses the go that we never knew. And yes brianna mentioned in the in the chat here as we talk that It's also kind of law and order which boiler law and orders not here but like the two great bottoms and there's some weird stat right. That like the law and order is seventeen sounds mash together. It's like jail doors clanging it's a gavel. It's like all of a sudden. I that's that's another.

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Musical Note Perception Can Depend on Culture

60-Second Science

02:35 min | 2 years ago

Musical Note Perception Can Depend on Culture

"Music music but what shapes our perception of music to candidates are the limits of the human brain and the exposure. We've already had to music during our lives. If we only test participants with expense with best music than we'd really can't know whether the speeches come from the experience or from the biological constraints psychologists noory Jacoby of the max-planck-institute for empirical aesthetics during the past few years he and his colleagues have visited a remote area of Bolivia took investigate this question so we traveled there by taking canoe ride or it can Cessna plane or a couple of hours track to communities. Don't have running water orange. The CIMINI are an indigenous people who live in the Amazon Basin we specifically recruited participant from the believe in Amazon because this this participant had relatively little exposure to music for example octaves are a staple of western music but Jimani musical instruments don't feature them as an acoustical go phenomenon. An octave is defined as the interval in which the vibrational frequency of the bottom note is half that of the top note. They're considered the same note inactive apart for example Middle C. N. Nine High C. for the study she money participants pence were asked to listen to simple melodies and sing them back to the researchers. This exercise revealed that the money don't perceive tones that are knocked of apart as the same note on the other hand participants from the US did recognize octaves other musically trained Westerners were better at it than those with no musical training ansel Hansel what is exciting years highlights the importance of experience and exposure on the mind the researchers in the journal current biology in an earlier study Jacoby Bubis colleague Josh Mcdermott and his team from mit found that the chimney don't find an unpleasant to hear notes sight-seeing f sharp played together but there are distant Combo. That's particularly grading too many western years. Despite the evidence that experience influences pitch perception biology college is also a factor. Jacoby says the new study also revealed the both Westerners and the Toumani have trouble distinguishing between really high notes above four thousand thousand Hertz even though human hearing goes all the way up to twenty thousand Hertz and that may be because no matter where we're from we hit the limits of our brains before we reached the limits of our ears. Thanks for

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"twenty thousand hertz" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

Twenty Thousand Hertz

05:02 min | 3 years ago

"twenty thousand hertz" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

"Industrial noise was solved with brand. New acoustic materials in the early. Twentieth. Century today designers are redoubling their efforts to make spaces that not only look good. But sound good to you have things like trick furniture? Now like these booths with these really tall Bax to sort of isolate sound and gives both visual and sonic privacy. There's all these colorful artworks that are now like acoustic panels like they architecture features and not just like things that you tacked on because he's screwed up the sound in your space. The acoustic ceiling does no longer have to be dropped ceilings from elementary school with like fluorescent lights built in. Now. They have these sculptural ceilings with acoustic backing and micro perforated surfaces that allow sound to be absorbed behind them. But they'll look just like wood or metal or anything else that you really want it to look like because a lot of them are screen printed. And they're really really really really high def screen printing. So you really can't tell that. That's not real would. So if you're version is like horribly loud and you want to remodel. There's lots of options for you. We're really fortunate to be living through this time of couse stick innovation and unprecedented flexibility with materials and design. But ultimately, it's up to us the consumer to make it clear that something needs to change. Now. They're these apps that are like sound print isn't app that's devoted specifically to like having a sound meter you open up sound print, and you record some noise for a little bit. And it'll capture and enter the state Abass of restaurant noise. It's basically yelp. But for loud restaurants. So they'll tell you what restaurants are loud. They'll give you kind of sonic profiles restaurants like you want it to be like Brock Bauer loud. Do you want it to be like coffee shop loud or casual conversation led? You want to be like, very, quiet and private. These days we have unprecedented control over our lives with almost unlimited choice in what we eat where we eat and who we with. So why shouldn't we be making choice better acoustics experience to our sins of hearing is chronically under appreciated, but it's one that has surprisingly lasting impact on our culture. I wanted to work in making spaces that sounded better because I felt like that had a longer legacy than anything else because we still go to listen to music in the music Ryan in Vienna. And it was built in the nineteenth century. We still go to Boston symphony hall, and it's in like nineteen hundred. I mean, you have an influence of centuries one hundred years from now, I doubt we're going to be longing for the soundscape of our minimalist wine bars. So if like me, you're infuriated by the almost unavoidable assault on our ears in restaurants. How about we make a stand it won't take much? Maybe just ask them to turn the music down or start contributing restaurant noise to the sound print up till? Tell your friends and get them to make sound based meal choices to I'd love to make it to the end of the night. Without my ears ringing and still having my voice. I'd really really liked to make this thing. Perhaps we can start a new trend of actually being able to hear each other whore. Eating out. Twenty thousand Hertz is produced out of the studios of defacto sound an insanely talented sound design team, creating beautiful sonic landscapes for television, film and games here. Sound design excerpts at Instagram dot com slash defacto. Sound episode was written and produced by Layla Battiston and me Dallas Taylor with help from Sam Snead Lii was edited sound designed mixed by calmed the Varney thanks to our guest, Kate Wagner. You can find Cates. Well-crafted opinions on poorly crafted houses at mcmansions, L dot com. You can also find her on Twitter and Instagram that McMahon hill all of the music in this episode is from our friends at music bed. Check them out at music, bed dot com. Thanks to Sara old on Facebook for naming this episode. Finally, if yours is outraged Kate nine or about noisy restaurants. We'd love to hear from you. You can reach out on Twitter on Facebook four by riding high at twenty K dot org. Thanks for listening. You probably like twenty thousand Hertz because you're a curious person who loves to take deep dives into the unexpected corners of the world sound is all around us. But it takes a lot of work and expertise to point out all of the joyful complexities of it. Well, I want to tell you about another show that does just this. But for human experiences in general. Hi fi nation is philosophy podcast from slate. That does for philosophy. What this show does for sound every week berry lamb tells a story from everyday life and open up the Pandora's box of big ideas that the story contains it's beautifully produced in sound design, and it finds philosophy and everything from using and family life to laws in science the show provides insights into everyday experiences that

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"twenty thousand hertz" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

Twenty Thousand Hertz

06:16 min | 3 years ago

"twenty thousand hertz" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

"You're listening to twenty thousand Hertz. I'm Dallas Taylor. One of my biggest pet peeves is overly loud. Places. For some reason. Our society has confused loud places as fun places. They're not I'm usually the first person to leave a party when it gets too loud, in my opinion. Nothing productive happens. When you have to start yelling at each other. Just to be heard sadly this perception of louder is better stretches across all of our society, concerts, parties restaurants, clothing stores, and even churches have jumped on the bandwagon of uncomfortably loud music. Ironically, though, public restrooms are way too, quiet. Honestly, that's the one place. I wouldn't mind a little death metal. For the longest time. I felt like it was just me a ninety year olds who cared about this. Well, that was until I met Kate. I'm name is Kate Wagner in architecture and design critic based in Baltimore, Maryland, you might know of K through MC mansion hell, which is our website. It deconstructs some of the Crecy in modern suburban house design. However, her other intense passion is sound I was working as a recording engineer and was a music student as well. And it was very concerned about hearing loss paranoid more like it. I was always a frayed that one day would wake up and not be able to hear. I was developing these oral skills to be able to listen to sound at very specific frequencies to be able to hear things like the overtone series and whatnot and all of the sort of ear training. You do when you work in recording. And I was afraid that if I listen to music too loud, or if I went to a bar, and it was too loud that I wouldn't be able to do that anymore that I would lose those skills. And that was like scary for me. Because at the time that's what I wanted to make a career out of. Became hyper sensitive to the loud sounds that could damage your hearing and actively tried to avoid them. But that's easier said than done, especially if you wanna live a little. I think that since the dawn of electro-acoustics probably it's been cool to be loud. It was just about the raw visceral power of electronic sound. And I think that that's translated to some extent into rock and roll rock and roll hip hop. Pop almost all genres, there's this sort of culture of if it's too loud. You're too old. And I think that there's a point of proud. It's like it's attributed to youth in the Rokkas -ness of youth the untamed unwieldiness of adolescence and whatnot. It's cool to listen to music really loud in your car. It's cool to listen to music really loud. When you're a teenager in your parents house. It's cool to listen to music really loud when you're in a rock concert, or when you're at band, practice, etc. We all know what she means. Some music just isn't meant to be played at anything less than eleven. But sometimes we don't get a choice about the loud noises assaulting are eardrums when the sound is unwanted then it becomes more irritable. Loud music is about this weird like sort of sublime pleasure in sort of SADO, masochistic pain pleasure thing with music, but loud, noise, I think is different than that. I think it's just irritating. And then you start to sort of worry. And then you start to think about what about my health or it's just like God, I wished the bulldozer would stop bulldozing at seven in the morning. I think the unwanted characteristic is a key qualifier there. There are so many sources of sound in the world today that we have no control over. And once you start to notice them, they can really get under your skin some like, the busy background home of a coffee. Shop seemed to blend together to create a white noise that a lot of people like and will actively seek out. But other sounds regardless of setting. We're time of day are always unwelcome. I think that part of the reason why people listen to music so loud on headphones ear buds, especially is because they're trying to drown out. The other types of environmental noise. Sounds like the bus, for example, people listening to podcasts and music on the bus. It's like the bus sounds are irritating. The other people are irritating. The air brakes irritating. But what they're listening to even though. It's too loud. Maybe a comfortably so is somehow less irritating than the sort of ambient sounds around them. On busy streets on public transit and in public spaces. You can see the truth. In cates. Words, more and more people are turning to the music and podcasts in their headphones. Just drown out the otherwise, inescapable noise. But there are places where headphone listening can't say this places that can be louder than construction sites. But that we choose to go to on a regular basis restaurants. If you haven't noticed it before, I'm sorry. But you'll almost certainly notice that now, actually I'm not sorry. More people need to be angry about it. I've got a serious problem with it. And so does Kate. I personally have a beef with it because you know, eating out is a lot of fun, right? It's social you get to eat delicious food, but you don't have to cook. You could have delicious drinks, and desserts and eating out is a good time. But the fact that it's so loud makes it much less of a good time. There's no getting away from it. Today's restaurants are loud. It's hard to hear yourself think. Not to mention have a conversation. There's music thumping the clatter of machines cutlery glassware, and people shouting just be heard over well, all of the other people. So we ask ourselves. Why restaurants so loud allowed restaurant seems like it's more popular like it's more funky. That's why restaurant tears in the nineties and two thousand started pumping loud music in their restaurants, even though no one was there. And that's just now a big good. It's like you can't go anywhere without like a loud restaurant like the bagel shop. I go to in the morning. They're just playing like riana like in basin. It's like eight AM, and I'm just like Mike God. Do we need to play club music at eight AM at the bagel store.

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"twenty thousand hertz" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

Twenty Thousand Hertz

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"twenty thousand hertz" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

"And I'm curious to know, what kinds of sounds it. You think you might have an unconscious reaction to tell me on Facebook Twitter or by riding high at twenty K dot org. Thanks for listening. Here's to more podcasts. I think you should check out. I is house owned which outlines what it takes to tell compelling stories on the radio and on podcasts. Rosenthal's the host can every episode. Rob poles apart stories to find out what makes them tick. He also interviews. The best of the best about the craft voicing writing sound design scoring reporting house provides the backstory to great radio storytelling. It's produced by PR ex and transom dot org. You can find how sound wherever you listen to podcasts. So be sure to subscribe today. The other podcast I want to tell you about is called moonshot. It explores the world's biggest ideas, and the people out there actually, making them happen. They've covered ideas like moving to Mars supersonic travel and jet packs and in this season there speaking with a company that's actually operating a real life drone delivery service in. I don't know if you remember, but Barbara Streisand cloned her dogs, what if you to clean, your favorite animal moonshot takes a deep dive narrative look into all the technology that you need to know about so head to your favorite podcast. App and subscribe to moonshot I'll put a link to both house ound and moonshot and the description also don't forget the head to ZipRecruiter dot com slash twenty K to find the next great candidate for your job. Opening also had two lights dream dot com slash twenty K to save money on your credit card interest payments. If you think, you know, this week's mystery, sewn tell us at mystery dot twenty K dot org. If you get it, right? You'll be entered to win a super soft twenty thousand Hertz t-shirt. And if you still want the t shirt or an ad free feed or a pin or all kinds of swag and wanna help us just go to twenty K dot org slash donate. And set up a recurring monthly donation every bit helps, thanks.

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"twenty thousand hertz" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

Twenty Thousand Hertz

03:20 min | 3 years ago

"twenty thousand hertz" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

"Twenty thousand Hertz is produced out of the studios of defacto sound a sound design team that makes commercials. Documentaries in trailers sound incredible. To hear some of this sonic goodness. Visit defacto sound dot com. This was written in produced by Mike Babe Ruth there and me Dallas Taylor with help from Sam Snead -ly it was edited sound designed and mixed by jive burger, thanks to our guest legendary coach dick ver- meal coach meal. What is your favorite sound? I know it used to excite me. When you hear a great hit. But now, it's a fifteen year personal file. Thanks also to LA Rams head coach, Sean McVay as well as Matt Rui, Dan Gager and Alexandra Smith from bos- Robert Baker played the part of our coach throughout the episode. He's an incredible actor who's been in tons of movies and television shows that you've probably seen the also just happens to be one of my oldest friends in the world if you'd like to send them a nice note for being on the episode you can find. Him on Twitter Instagram as sly Huckleberry the music in this episode is from our friends at music that go listen at music, bed dot com. Finally, are there any other cool sports focus sound stories that you know of. Well, I'd like to hear all about it. You can chat with me and the rest of the twenty K team through our website Facebook Twitter, whereby riding high at twenty K dot org. Thanks for listening. Okay. So I have to tell you about another podcast I adore. It's called the truth. I've been listening to it for years, and it's amazing. They make short scripted audience stories and every episode is different. Sometimes it's dark, sometimes thrilling. And sometimes it's funny. The writing is always thoughtful surprising. The acting is always great in the sound in creates a vivid picture in your mind. It's clear that the people who make the truth love sound just as much as we do personally. I think the best thing about listening to the truth is how you never know what you're going to get. So my personal suggestion is just a subscribe and just go along for the ride. But if you're someone who wants a suggestion go start with the four episode mini series called the off season. I don't wanna really tell you anything about it. I'll just say if you like audio fiction or podcasts or movies or TV you'll love the truth. Honestly, if you like anything, you're gonna love the truth. Subscribe now to the truth wherever you get your podcasts or go to the truth podcast dot com. Congrats to Adam Lerner forgetting last episodes mystery sound, correct. That was butter on toast about three fourths of everyone who wrote in got it. Right. So we're going to attempt to make it a little bit harder. Congrats Adam you win a super comfy twenty thousand Hertz t-shirt. If you wanna teach your a pin a sticker, and and add free feed, go to twenty K dot org slash donate and set up a sustaining recurring ten dollar a month donation listener support is critical for our show, and if ten dollars a month as a little too much for you right now, we have some lower monthly tears as well all with really cool swag anything. You can do helps a lot again, you can find that at twenty K dot org slash donate. Lastly, don't keep twenty thousand Hertz all to yourself. This podcast is better with friends family and colleagues so be sure to tell everyone to subscribe. Thanks.

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"twenty thousand hertz" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

Twenty Thousand Hertz

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"twenty thousand hertz" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

"If I had one takeaway to leave you with it would be this. Appreciate the quiet times in places in your life. They really are increasingly hard to find as for silence. If you have the opportunity to experience it, I don't know if I would recommend it while I didn't go crazy. You never know what you might hear or see in that complete nothingness. twenty thousand Hertz is pretty set of the studios of defacto sound a sound team that works in foam covered rooms and makes television film and game. Sound incredible? Find out more at defacto sound dot com. This episode was written and produced by Colin Devaney and me Dallas Taylor with help from Sam Snead daily was edited sound designed and mixed by Kanda Varney the music in this episode is from our friends at music bed. Go listen at music, bed dot com. Thanks to our guests. David alvord and Nick Breen from the Georgia Tech research institute. So David last question, what is your favorite sound in the world? I think my favorite sound is actually ambient wilderness, noise, very calming, and it kind of pulls me back to where we all came from. What's your favorite sound of the world? You can tell us through our website Facebook Twitter or by riding high at twenty. Kate dot org. Thanks for listening. Don't forget to head. The light stream dot com slash twenty K to consolidate your high interest credit card loans to a lower fixed rate. That's lice dream dot com slash twenty K. Also, if you have a guest to what this episode's mystery sound was let us know at the web address mystery dot twenty K dot org. And if you get it right, you'll be entered to win twenty thousand Hertz super soft T shirt, if you think the show is important and wanna help finance only go. Visit twenty K dot org slash donate to set up a recurring monthly donation. In return Wilson's you some twenty thousand Hertz swag again. That's twenty K dot org slash donate. Finally, one of the best and easiest ways to support this show is just by simply telling your friends, family and coworkers about it doing. So will not only spread the joy of new podcast. It'll also help us keep the show going for years to come. We just posted a brand new trailer a few days ago. So go to your podcast player and find the share button, then share it via text or social or vinyl snail mail it to your most artsy friend. Thanks.

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"twenty thousand hertz" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

Twenty Thousand Hertz

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"twenty thousand hertz" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

"When was the last time you thought much about the things you hear? Sound surrounds us, but we rarely take the time to appreciate what we're actually hearing. I'm Dallas Taylor host of twenty thousand Hertz. A lovingly crafted podcast that tells the stories behind the world's most recognizable and interesting sounds in every episode. We explore sounds that you've heard, but probably never really thought much about anybody heard that in the fifties or sixties would instantly note was NBC for animal, roars, under engines growls, really kind of brings a few full life. But Jesus very high comes out of the nose as weird British thing. But if I take the scratch out of it, and then Nick it not as British. Then I've got like this guy named job is like this totally dorky guy. This is actual fem-. And it's icon expound is everyone knows that coin picked up sound is we also go inside our brains to figure out exactly how sound can move us. So deeply. Let's say we're having a conversation. And I stop in the middle of your you really want me to finish that phrase or that sentence, it feels unresolved and the same thing happens musically. The sound of a broken stick means that something's walking towards the creaking floors like a broken stick its cue that someone else's out there, and if someone else's out there, you're going to look around and pay attention to that. I loved the knowledge that audience as no idea what it is that I've done to get them to feel a certain way or get them to experience a moment in the way, we've crafted because we've done our job so quietly the mission of twenty thousand Hertz to open up your sense of hearing when you open up your ears. You'll discover a whole new way to experience the world around you music and sound I think how this ability to sort of tweak you emotionally in a way that visuals. They say pictures worth a thousand words, I would say a sound is worth a thousand pictures. My favorite sound is the sound of you tapping your subscribe button so subscribed to twenty thousand Hertz now. And if you're already a fan of the show tap share in your podcast player and send it to someone. You know will love it.

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