What Sounds Good?



“A few pieces are monolithic and impossible to ignore. Others are somewhat camouflaged and disappear into their surroundings. As you trek from space to space, you might observe the sea of everyday sounds: a whistling afternoon breeze, a door slamming in the distance, the siren of an emergency vehicle, snippets of overheard conversations, the trudge of footsteps. Yet the transition from this cacophony to strategic sounds can invite a reexamination of your environs.”

My Take: I believe the integration of various sounds can be used as a new “language” within cars. Depending on certain alert sounds, I believe drivers can feel more at ease if they hear alerts that are different from other sounds, for different alerts. This way drivers can keep their attention on the road, and if the right sounds are used, it will keep the drivers happy and peaceful for their rides.