You may be wondering how sound masking works, and/or whether it’s the same thing as white noise. Sound masking generates a specially tuned, ambient background sound that is different from white noise in that it targets the sound frequency of human speech to make it less intelligible. In a “more is less” twist, sound masking adds noise to reduce noise, specifically making the unwanted noise less noticeable.
- Prevent confidential discussions from being heard beyond a radius of distraction, thus maintaining privacy
- Lower the amount of noticeable noise in an office or other setting (clinic, hospital, etc.) for better concentration & productivity
- Increase employee morale by creating a workspace that is less distracting and more private, despite the number of staff present
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