The Washington Post recommends The World According to Sound: “Sometimes the episodes are spine-tingling; sometimes they make me squirm. But they’re always interesting.”

Hyperallergic reviews the listening series: “The World According to Sound’s listening series has breathed new life into stagnant stay-at-home days and given me a meditative tool for coping with ever creeping anxiety.”

The New York Times recommends the listening series: “Venture off to a salt lick popular with elephants in the Central African Republic, an Arctic iceberg and 1950s-era New York City with ‘Transposition,’ a live, travel-inspired audio show.”

New York Magazine / Hot Pod: An Inside Look at Three Cases of Audio Art

A conversation about The World According to Sound with HowSound host Rob Rosenthal, Short is Beautiful , and a return interview about the listening series, A Night of Ear Candy.

KQED’s Earful: ‘The World According to Sound’ Lets Listeners Create Their Own Experiences

An interview on WBEZ’s Morning Shift: “Chris Hoff and Sam Harnett are on a mission to bring listeners the most unique and interesting sounds on the planet.”

Happy Mag: 10 of the Best Sounding Podcasts You’ll Ever Hear

The Slowdown: How Two Audio Producers Are Using Sound to Bring People Together

Cornell Chronicle: ‘Cornell According to Sound’ Offers Sonic Look at Campus: “Listening in the dark, and collectively, can be an almost revolutionary act in a world that responds to increasing noise with the isolation of noise-canceling headphones.”

NPR All Things Considered: “The folks at “The World According to Sound” podcast take listeners to a place where you can hear the sound of the website being edited.”