Studio Ergonomics

Weiss, David
May 2007
Mix;May2007, Vol. 31 Issue 5, p72
The article discusses the suitability of proper ergonomics in audio production. It is mentioned that ergonomics addresses the biomechanical and cognitive factors that influence on-the-job comfort, wellness and performance. Ergonomic office environments include supportive, adjustable seating, and a properly configured computer set-up. Sound engineers considers the vital role of proper ergonomics to perform and have excellent result of recording.


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