1. Open your window
Open your window and turn the volume
of your hi-fi system to max.
2. Mobile phones
Use your mobile phone to listen to loud music on public
If you attach importance to high fidelity,
sub-bass, and style, use a classical boombox
instead of a mobile phone.
4. Mobile Booster
Build your own „Mobile Booster“.
5. Pimp your car
Put as many speakers and subwoofers as you can
inside your car and cruise
around your neighbourhood.
6. Acoustic weapons
Join the military and get your hands on acoustic weapons.
7. Mosquitos and classical music
Use the so-called Mosquitos to prohibit young people and dogs
from hanging out in public spaces (has been used in the UK). Use
classical music to prohibit older people from hanging out in public
places (in use at the main station in Hamburg).
Organize your own noise demonstrations.
Protesters have to bring pans and pots with them and make a
hell of a noise.
“Krachdemos” are a very popular way in
Berlin-Kreuzberg to protest against gentrification.
9. Human mic
If police forbid using microphones and amplifiers, make use
of the human mic to amplify your voice like it was shown at the
occupy movements in NY. The words of the speaker are repeated
by the masses around him like an echo until they are heard in
the last lane.
Produce absolute silence by inventing a
Ballardian Sound-Sweep. Alternatively,
produce a vacuum; unfortunately that
wouldn’t be a very friendly environment
to live in.