[JPL] Programmers....Sit or Stand?
tomthejazzman at earthlink.net
Mon Jun 18 23:03:29 EDT 2007
Our new studio allow for sitting on high stools or standing. Like you
doing a five hour program lends itself to sitting most of the time. We
also had new Wheatstone Consoles in our control rooms. These controls are
really great in that you can set the EQ for each individual presenter
using the mikes.
Hope this helps. Come visit and see for yourself. Wheatston is located in
New Bern, NC so you could also tour their facility.
> [Original Message]
> From: Jae Sinnett <jaejazz at yahoo.com>
> To: Jazz Programmers Mailing List <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
> Date: 6/18/2007 10:38:27 PM
> Subject: [JPL] Programmers....Sit or Stand?
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> Okay.....something certainly not important but I am curious.........We
are getting our studio's remodeled and the question was asked if we want to
sit or stand....so to determine how to physically structure the equipment.
I know the reasons why some programmers want to stand....mainly in terms of
how it affects the voice but I'm curious to programmers opinions on this.
Do you like to sit or stand when doing your show? How does either way
affect your delivery? I personally like to sit but I do straighten up the
back when time to go on the air. I do a four hour show and the way the
equipment will be designed hopefully won't be for one way or the other.
Most studios I've been in are set up where you can have both options.
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