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    Quote Originally Posted by Lawrence View Post
    You'd think (I have no idea) that OSHA would be mostly concerned with electrical injuries, lack of grounding, proper disposal of any potentially hazardous materials etc and those types of things. And of course hearing damage I suppose.
    Well, they deal with safety hazards. Damage to hearing from prolonged exposure to loud sounds is a definite safety hazard.
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    Most PA speaker and amp manuals have the OSHA placard on the back page.
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    And when was the last time you saw someone in the studio or at a live gig reviewing those specs?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 3daudioinc View Post
    And when was the last time you saw someone in the studio or at a live gig reviewing those specs?
    Not sure...but we used to call the sound guy at the Channel in Boston "Smilin' Deaf Eddie". He'd always spend 90% of the sound check tweaking the bass drum and then yell at the guitar players that he "didn't like their tone". Since I was a guitar player, I'd do what all guitar players did: bend down, pretend to tweak a knob and listen for him to say, "yeah, that's a lot better". Sometimes you had to do it twice, but he never caught on that absolutely nothing had changed.
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    Never but after 32 years in the Auto industry I try not to overexpose my ears to loud anything.
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    Lynn,

    How about a class or course in studio acoustics and construction? Sound attenuation, isolation, studio design, room treatment, wall construction, etc.

    Another course in itself..

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    Quote Originally Posted by cjbdrmr View Post
    Lynn,

    How about a class or course in studio acoustics and construction? Sound attenuation, isolation, studio design, room treatment, wall construction, etc.

    Another course in itself..
    That will be covered in a cursory fashion. That's most definitely a post-secondary topic of instruction.
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    Hi,I think most people leaving school should have some audio engineering training. It's just a part of our multi-media world.

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