Your Hearing: Why You Lose It and How to Protect It: A Webinar

I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: your hearing is your most important piece of gear because it’s the only thing you can’t replace. Our next webinar will inform you about protecting your greatest asset as a musician.

Your Hearing: Why You Lose It and How to Protect It

All musicians rely on the ability to accurately hear what they are playing or singing, but they are routinely subjected to unsafe sound levels onstage, in the studio, and while rehearsing or practicing. Over time, this can lead to irreversible hearing damage. The good news: it’s never too late to save your hearing. All it takes is a little knowledge and smart listening strategies.

Our special guest is Dr. Michael Santucci, president of Sensaphonics, audiologist, and expert in hearing loss prevention. Dr. Santucci will explain the causes of hearing loss (you might be surprised by some of these!) and discuss the best ways for musicians to prevent injury and maintain hearing wellness. We will also cover the often-misunderstood topic of safe listening with in-ear monitor systems. Whether you make music, mix audio, or simply enjoy listening, you will want to attend this webinar.

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Cheryl Jennison DaProza

Cheryl Jennison DaProza

Cheryl is a Media Relations Specialist at Shure with previous experience in the customer service department. She is also a professional singer involved in several tribute, cover, and original bands in the Chicago metro area. In what little spare time she has between work and music, she can be found reading or hanging out with her parrot. Cheryl’s favorite mic is the KSM8 and her Twitter handle is @TheUnsungDiva.

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  • Jack Kontney says:

    Has the Sensaphonics hearing health webinar been posted yet? Still can’t find it…

  • Chase Hunter says:

    How can I listen to a Webinar I.E. the one on hearing loss I listened live but along with myself I know several of my friends that didn’t who would benefit and have an interest.

  • Adam says:

    Great webinar today! Thank you!

    Couple questions:
    1. Are low frequency sounds equally as dangerous even though they don’t “hurt” like 3K sounds? Should I turn off the subwoofers in my trunk?

    2. Is it true that discoveries are being made now showing that repeated exposure to sound levels for short enough duration so that they are deemed “safe” according to OSHA every day can add up to hearing loss over time anyway?

    • Cheryl Jennison DaProza Cheryl Jennison DaProza says:

      Thank you for the questions! I’m checking on them with our support team and will get back to you.

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