Harry Hearsmart will be at Martin Place on World Hearing Day, 3 March 2020, to measure headphone listening levels and promote good hearing health!
Safer sound levels for live music
We published new research looking into the pros and cons of using a software-based sound level management system to help reduce sound levels in live music venues.
At the frontiers of science
Check out our new research in Frontiers in Psychology. Reducing the hearing risk in music venues might be best achieved not by telling people what to do, but by listening to what they actually want…
HEARsmart on the world stage
The World Health Organisation invited us to present our research looking at the laws and regulations that govern sound exposure at music venues around the world.
Official selection at Overcome Festival
Our tinnitus video, Bee HEARsmart, has been officially selected in the Overcome Film Festival, which celebrates stories of survival and triumph over adversity – like tinnitus!
David Rose tells it like it is
Comedian and writer David Rose has a message for millennials who think that hearing loss can’t happen to them. It’s time to listen up!
Talking acoustics with Jos
Have a listen to HEARsmart’s very own Jos Mulder, lecturer in Sound at Murdoch University, in conversation with Matthew Ottley.
How old are your ears?
HEARsmart PhD student Siobhan McGinnity stars in a new ABC News video that shines the spotlight on how loud sound can affect your hearing.
Bringing our message to Chicago
June 2018: Jos Mulder presented the latest HEARsmart research at the AES 2018 International Conference on Music-induced Hearing Disorders.
Sound Smart Strategies
March 2018: Our friends from Good Music Neighbours asked us to talk about Sound Smart Strategies for live music venues.