Audio Production in Large Office Environments
In an increasing number of radio facilities, large office open plan environments are used for audio production. Program material is prepared, edited, and finished ready for broadcast on DAWs without using studio acoustics, studio microphones, level or loudness metering, loudspeaker monitoring and even audio engineers. In many aspects this affects the sound quality. In this paper the drawbacks are discussed and suggestions for technical solutions are presented.
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