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Four Environmental Techniques to Reduce the Effect of Music Exposure on Hearing

 
 

Copyright 2017, Mark Alan Wade

Primary Author: Chasin, M.
Journal Title: Medical Problems of Performing Artists
Date Published: Jun-95
Language: English
Category: Hearing Loss
Key Words: environment technique prevention reduce hearing loss music
Full Citation: Chasin, Marshall, and John Chong. Four Environmental Techniques to Reduce the Effect of Music Exposure on Hearing. Medical Problems of Performing Artists 10, no. 2 (June 1995): 66.
Full Abstract: The four environmental techniques for reducing the effect of music exposure on musicians' hearing are: elevating speakers and amplifiers from the floor, placing the treble brass instruments on risers, maintaining unobstructed floor space in front of the orchestra, and allowing small stringed instruments to always have at least two meters of unobstructed space above them.