Innovation Culture Bulletin: In search of sound

Innovation Culture Bulletin: In search of sound

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“I was working on a painting and it was a figure in a garden. I heard a wind and saw the figure move.” – David Lynch

The majority of research on the relationship between sound and work argues that a good level of ambient noise can increase creativity and productivity. A paper published by Oxford University Press explains that ambient noise is an important environmental variable, and can enhance the performance of creative tasks. Pleasing, low-level noise — the modern equivalent of a human’s natural sensory habitat — keeps the brain mildly engaged at a subconscious level, without distracting higher function cognitive processing.

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