[JPL] Programmers....Sit or Stand?
rwsfin at hotmail.com
Tue Jun 19 00:41:54 EDT 2007
WSHA is set up so that one can easily do either, but I prefer to stand most
of the time. Most of the time I like to jump around to the music and crank
the monitors, which is why I prefer working late at night when I've got the
building to myself. To most observers I'm sure I look like a crazy person
when I'm doing a show. But that's what works for me. Sitting just wouldn't
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>Subject: [JPL] Programmers....Sit or Stand?
>Date: Mon, 18 Jun 2007 19:03:30 -0700 (PDT)
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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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