The noise reduction system is made up of two concrete hollow tanks. These tanks are built around machines such as stamping presses which have a high degree of noise pollution. In order to counteract this the tanks are filled with water and a blower is used to create bubbles in it by blowing air. These air bubbles absorb the rogue sound waves otherwise known as noise and make them lose their energy. This causes the noise to be suppressed thereby enabling a comfortable work zone. The accessible areas of the enclosure are sound proofed using acoustic curtains. The principal object of the invention is to act as a noise damping (reducing) system for small as well as large scale industries. Another object of the invention is that it is to be cost efficient and easily modifiable for construction according to the industries in which it is to be implemented.