In open-plan offices, sound masking is used in an attempt to compensate for constant fluctuations in sound levels, for example caused by technical equipment or telephony, by means of digital sound reproduction or to make it more pleasant for the people concerned.
Sound masking is the use of natural sounds (e.g. bird song) or artificial sounds (e.g. ambient noise) to superimpose other sounds. This method can be used, for example, to mask noises containing information if the other background noises are too weak to mask them.
Although direct contact with colleagues speeds up communication and promotes synergies, constant noise levels can often become a disturbing factor, especially when total concentration is required.
Sound masking therefore refers to the possibility of masking unwanted noise by means of acoustic masking, as open-plan offices can be a real challenge.
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