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#41 OFFLINE   trainman

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Posted 10 March 2012 - 01:57 PM

Isn't there some way to mute the audience while they tape?


Even if they didn't have the audience area miked, some sound would still get picked up by the mikes being used for the actors -- and the actors would pause anyway to wait for the audience reaction.

I guess, instead of having someone warm up the audience before the taping, they could instead have someone cool down the audience, maybe tell a story about his dog dying or something like that.

But if you don't want a live audience's reaction to be heard, then there's no point to having a live audience.
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