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Once the BAL has Peaked and started to go down people have been drinking believe they are much more blank than they really are?

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  • Once the BAL has Peaked and started to go down people have been drinking believe they are much more blank than they really are?


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Answer #1 | 04/11 2015 06:15
You can put the control room wherever you want as long as you can still see what is going on in the studio.
Positive: 64.705882352941 %
Answer #2 | 07/11 2015 01:43
They should be on the same floor. You apparently never thought of the idea that people might have reasons to pass from one room to the other, but it is extremely common for them to do it, so it's best to set things up accordingly.
Positive: 60 %
Answer #3 | 06/11 2015 17:43
They should be on the same floor. You apparently never thought of the idea that people might have reasons to pass from one room to the other, but it is extremely common for them to do it, so it's best to set things up accordingly.
Positive: 53.846153846154 %
Anonymous51164 | 13/01 2018 03:46
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Answer #5 | 04/11 2015 07:11
the control room is just the location where the equipment controls are located, it can be remote to the performance by a long distance. i have worked in some television control rooms that were elevated to the second floor above the studio, and that is not uncommon. also you don't need a window in studios that have talkback/ifb, that is a throwback to the early days of radio where the "engineer" would give hand signals to the talent.
Positive: 46.666666666667 %
Answer #6 | 04/11 2015 14:15
You can put the control room wherever you want as long as you can still see what is going on in the studio.
Positive: 46.153846153846 %
Answer #7 | 04/11 2015 15:11
the control room is just the location where the equipment controls are located, it can be remote to the performance by a long distance. i have worked in some television control rooms that were elevated to the second floor above the studio, and that is not uncommon. also you don't need a window in studios that have talkback/ifb, that is a throwback to the early days of radio where the "engineer" would give hand signals to the talent.
Positive: 42.857142857143 %

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