So when we do a DJ event most of us have backup equipment incase a piece of equipment stops working or becomes damaged but one thing we can’t do that with is our hearing, once it’s damaged there is very little we can do and as DJs that is a scary concept.
So, how can we find out if our hearing is damaged?
What can we do to help protect our hearing whilst DJing?
What is tinnitus?
In this episode of The Online DJ Podcast, our guest is Audiologist Gemma Twitchen from Action on Hearing Loss, Who today will be discussing hearing loss and how it can be prevented, diagnosed and much more.
Find out more about Action on Hearing Loss at https://www.actiononhearingloss.org.uk or call their helpline (charges may apply) 0808 808 0123
Check out their online hearing test HERE
If you are in the market for some earplugs we here at Online DJ we recommend Thunderplugs as they filter the music well but still allow you to hear the music, wear headphones and have conversations.
Action on Hearing Loss’s Favourite Song (Opens In iTunes): Timeless – Goldie
Action on Hearing Loss enables them to take control of their lives and remove the barriers in their way, giving people support and care, developing technology and treatments, and campaigning for equality.