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Signal To Noise, Episode 177: Hearing Health Matters

Three music-based audiologists cover topics that include what an audiogram can tell us, further defining tinnitus and its effects, the use of corrective EQ based on audiogram results, and more.

The conversation about hearing health continues in Episode 177 with three music-based audiologists — Dr. Laura Sinnott, Dr. Frank Wartinger and Dr. Juan Vasquez — who address a variety of topics. They talk what an audiogram can tell us, further define tinnitus and its effects, if we should use corrective EQ based on audiogram results, and more. This episode is sponsored by Audix, Allen & Heath and RCF.

Episode Links:
Talking Ears Podcast 
Episode 152, Dr. Heather Malyuk
Dr. Laura Sinnott, Sound Culture
Dr. Frank Wartinger, Earmark Hearing Conservation

Co-host Michael Lawrence has published “Between the Lines,” a new book about tuning sound systems for live events, and more importantly, about making decisions. Find out more here.

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The Signal To Noise Podcast on ProSoundWeb is hosted by Live Sound/PSW technical editor Michael Lawrence and pro audio veterans Kyle ChirnsideChris Leonard and Sam Boone.

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