By |January 28th, 2021|

How To “Deep Listen” We all hear selectively, meaning we focus in on certain sounds and out of others. Think of the last time you went on a walk with a friend. You were probably only actively listening to what was right in front of you, perhaps, the person you were talking to, and were probably not [...]

By |July 23rd, 2020|

Creative Minds (Not) At Work Shortly after shelter-in-place orders came down in New York in mid-March, the Acoustiguide creative team cocooned at home with laptops, home studios, spouses, roommates, and in one case, their almost-one-year-old. Meeting weekly to stay connected and track our projects, [...]

By |May 7th, 2020|

Here at Acoustiguide, we’ve been working with museums and attractions across the globe to make our audio experiences available for listeners at home. This month we’re especially excited about Pompeii, a new exhibit at the Grand Palais in Paris!  The exhibit includes high definition AR and VR featuri [...]

By |February 28th, 2020|

At Acoustiguide, we love creating audio guides, tours, experiences—you get the picture—because the best ones connect listeners to art. We learn stuff that sticks with us along the way, because in the end, we’re listeners, too.  Here are a few recent highlights, from funny, to humbling, to freaky! Fr [...]