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It's not just a problem 'normal people' have to deal with. Here you'll find artists, audiologists and industry professionals detailing their first-hand experiences with tinnitus, and offering advice for those looking to protect their hearing (with a little bit of music thrown in for good measure).
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From campaign updates and partnership announcements to tinnitus breakthroughs, find the latest All Ears news here.
All Ears heads to Elrow Town in London this month in effort to protect attendees’ hearing with high fidelity ear plugs.
Not only did we attend our first festival (Junction 2) but it was also our best event to date. Over the day we protected over 125 people’s ears with high-fidelity earplugs.
We head to Boston Manor Park to keep your ears safe at the highly acclaimed techno festival.
All Ears will head to Leeds for Inner City Electronic to promote safe listening practices.
We're proud to announce our second festival partnership, with one of the UK’s longest running small festivals.
Announcing our first festival partnership with one close to our hearts - Farr.
Personal accounts from people suffering with tinnitus. This series aims to help the wider community cope with the condition and convince those fortunate to not have it protect their ears. If you suffer with tinnitus and would like to share your experience please email oli [at] watchthehype [dot] com.
Matte // Blackmatte gives some advice after suffering and coming to terms with his tinnitus over the past 6 months.
Phil once used to take his ears through serious innings at Subdub in Leeds. Now his tinnitus plays up a lot, and he's using the Alpine PartyPlug from here on.
Alex Lendon credits the All Ears campaign in helping him discover his tinnitus and guiding him on how to prevent it getting worse.
Kevin McHugh aka Ambivalent had a frightening incident in the DJ booth when he decided he didn't need his earplugs for that set.
Susan Gillespie shares her struggles with tinnitus and warns us of the damage we do to our bodies when we are young.
Armon Bazile has had tinnitus since 2012. Here, he talks about how this has affected his music career & gives tips on producing with the condition.