We believe that in order to create truly sustainable futures we must learn to listen to the sounds that are created by the processes that are shaping our world.  Each of these sounds has a story to tell.  Through the creation of bespoke sound and listening experiences, we teach our audiences how to:
– actively listen to the world;
– interpret the messages in the sounds they hear; and,
– use sound to create positive change in the world.
We do this because Sound Matters

Here at Sound Matters, we create sound experiences, to make sustainability an accessible, meaningful, and powerful concept for clients who are looking for new ways of creating positive, sustainable change in the world.  Our aim is to take our clients and audiences – primarily children, students, academics, business leaders, and policy makers – on ‘sonic journeys’ that are designed to make sense of the processes and systems that are threatening life on Earth.  The outcomes of our work are all directed at equipping our clients with new ways of sensing the world which will ensure a bold new definition of sustainability can become a reality – ‘…the possibility that humans and other life will flourish on Earth forever.’
Definition: John Ehrenfeld.

Sound Business

We use sound in innovative, refreshing, and exciting ways to engage staff, from a range or companies, with issues of sustainability that are of relevance to their operations and the concerns of their stakeholders.

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Sound Education

Education is at the core of everything we do. Since our founding, we have been using educational sound experiences, to develop pedagogies which are aimed at creating new ways for our clients to engage with the concept of sustainability.

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Sound Research

We use sound, and the act of immersive listening, to understand the world, identify key issues and collect data about these issues.  We are currently working with a number of universities and think-tanks to explore the sonification of data, linked to sustainability issues, for public engagement and communication.

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Speak to our team

If you have an idea or project in mind or would like to ask us any questions, get in touch and we’ll be happy to help.

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