The frequency of cricket chirps rises with the heat, and you can use them to estimate the temperature wherever you are—no thermometer needed.
At JBL’s Holiday Kick-Off Sale, you can save up to 50 percent on in-ear, over-ear, and gaming headphones.
To search a song by humming, you don’t need perfect pitch—but you do need the Google app or Google Assistant.
Research shows that the northern lights can be heard as well as seen, but scientists are still looking for the source of the sound.
This ASMR video of a tortoise chowing down on some veggies is as fun to watch as it is to listen to.
It's easier than ever to start your own podcast, but if you want it to sound like a professional production, you'll need the right tools.
Thanks to The Slow Mo Guys, we now know what wine glasses look like when they shatter at 187,500 frames per second.
Cornell University's Elephant Listening Project has captured the sounds of gorillas and other animals in an effort to study their habits and curb poaching.
The ‘crunch’ you hear when you toss a file into your trash folder in Microsoft Windows? Just as satisfying a cappella.
This $9 draft stopper on Amazon can keep heat in and cold air out, helping you save money on utilities in the process.
Your favorite ASMR playlist probably isn’t true white noise—or brown noise or pink noise, for that matter.
The sounds of two LEGO pieces locking together or bricks shuffling in a bin are familiar to many people. Now, you can revisit those aural memories with LEGO's official white noise playlist.
Nature sounds, wave sounds, even city sounds—here’s background noise from whichever vacation you wish you were on.
Zombie, cathedral, and Darth Vader are just a few of the voice filters available through the Voicemod app.
It's so quiet at Orfield Laboratories in Minneapolis, Minnesota, that you can hear your lungs, stomach, and heart working.
If you miss the background sounds of typing, chatter, and even ping pong, this tool will bring you comfort while working from home.
Unsurprisingly, Fifth Harmony’s “Work From Home” is on the list. So is “Don’t Stand So Close to Me” by The Police.
Choose “Bohemian Rhapsody” if you’re feeling extra confident—or stick to one of Queen’s less operatic tunes.
SleepPhones: ASMR Edition come preloaded with more than eight hours of soothing ASMR content to help you unwind.
The urge to pretend you're the lead singer of Journey while bathing is no accident. Showers are ideal places to optimize your vocal range.
Before you audition for 'The Voice,' you might want to spend five minutes making sure you're up to the challenge (or at least won't completely embarrass yourself).
In space, no one can hear you scream ... or can they?