Audio Fatigue is Real

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We’ve all experienced it: sitting in a conference room or huddle space, struggling to make out important information through stilted voices, unintelligible speech, echoes, reverb, voices fading in and out, and variations in loudness from one voice to the next. We’re tired at the end of the call, but we don’t know why. The answer is audio fatigue, and it’s a very real phenomenon that happens because we have to work hard to make sense of what we’re hearing. String together several calls in a day, which is typical for many executives, and it really wears you down.



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