Studio Discipline

Good studio discipline is necessary for the effective use of the studio, and the maintenance of good programme standards.

First production discipline: it is essential that the programme is well planned. Don’t wait until the studio day to sort out your ideas. Studio time is expensive! There must be one person in overall control of the studio operations—the director. All staff must keep to the timetable of studio operations, i.e. meal breaks, rehearsal periods, studio line-up recording time, etc. Good planning should result in few over-runs.

Avoiding disturbance

There should be strict observance of the studio condition, i.e. on rehearsal, the need is for absolute quiet in the studio and minimum staff interruption in the control ...

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