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Want a More Stress-Free Drive? Try Buick’s “Sound Bath”

Sometimes the car can be a sanctuary, a place where no one can reach or touch you. Behind the wheel is your time. Naturally, some music makes the drive better, calmer, more relaxing. That’s where Buick things they can sell you a luxury SUV with their “Envision Quiet Tuning.” From the press release:

Today, Buick is proud to release a new piece of video content inspired by the Buick Envision featuring Carolyn Murphy entitled “Buick Envision Quiet Tuning.”

Buick’s signature Quiet Tuning is a process designed to reduce, block and absorb noise to develop a quiet, inviting, and distraction-free cabin. Elements including acoustic laminated glass, triple door seals and active noise cancellation make the Buick Envision one of the quietest SUVs on the market.

Influenced by a sense of wellbeing, calm and comfort, the Buick video explores the vehicle’s connection to the world outside the car. The Buick Envision Quiet Tuning video explores the importance of sound in influencing a sense of wellbeing and focus for the driver and passengers. The video also gives a taster of a special downloadable sound bath created specifically for Buick Envision. Sound specialists Jarrod Mayer and Melody Balczon designed a sound bath with Carolyn Murphy to help alleviate stressful driving situations that can be part of a daily commute.

Download the Buick Envision Quiet Tuning Sound Bath Track. This custom track can be downloaded for use on your next drive. The track supports calming and enhances focus of the mind.

“This sound bath was curated with the intention of creating a calm and focused mind to alleviate the stresses of noisy commutes that cause tension in the body,” said Jarrod Mayer. “Sound waves are absorbed by the body and have the power to adversely or positively affect the mind and body, making sound baths and the Buick Envision’s exceptionally quiet cabin so impactful.”

New Age driving music? Okay, but don’t fall asleep out there.

Alan Cross

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