We don’t normally view noise as having intrinsic value. We tend to take it for granted and don’t take interest in any properties of it other than sonic. Valuable Noise aims to demonstrate that there is alternative value in noise and attempts to explore this argument of value from two distinctly different perspectives. On one hand, it is discussing the values we may not even realize we attribute to noise such as, for example, that sound can be a manifestation of our individuality, self-worth, status, power, trend and wealth. Another perspective sets aside materialistic or subjectively attributed properties of noises, looks into their social value having to do with such issues as health and well-being, relationships, time and current global issues of ecology, war and peace.