Have a sound studio in the backyard, and the Electric utility just cut down numerous trees that buffered the sound from an adjacent highway. Is there a relatively inexpensive way to block sound from the highway along a 200' chain link fenced property line?
The only thing I personally know of, but don't know its name or manufacturer, that works quite amazing is for cyclone fences only & used by Golf Courses. Their version looks & feels like Astroturf & are just slats or strips that you feed into the cyclone netting. Really impressive at a course I used to play, where you're only 40' from a 4-lane highway.
Otherwise, here's one of many companies who handle fence situations. That one's mostly blankets, but many others are slats or strips...Google - cyclone or chain link fence sound barrier. The Home improvement stores also offer aluminum mini-blind type slats, if you want to hide the sound treatment.
Sound Barrier Companies, may not sell for DIY
Priced DIY Sources
Cyclone Inserts, will do privacy and very minimal sound reduction.