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originally posted by: AmericanRealist
Also, is it me, or do many of you guy's shows lack background/ambient music? Like many of the shows are just dialogue only and whatever sounds from the environment, and I dont usually notice a score of any kind.
originally posted by: DISRAELI
On the contrary, there is FAR TOO MUCH background music. This is a long-standing grievance for many people. Anyone who tries to watch historical documentaries, for example, will have noticed it. Producers seem to operate on the theory that the spoken word cannot be allowed to operate on its own, and MUST have a distracting musical background while the presenter is speaking, to set the "atmosphere". CRASH BANG WALLOP, there has to be a loud musical background underneath the words. Only the news programmes really escape it.
originally posted by: SlowNail
a reply to: CharlieSpeirs
I always wondered that. I think they have the idea that deaf people are nocturnal or something. Like they don't watch TV in the daytime.
No-one watches 3am Casino TV, why subject the deaf to it?
They need an option to switch that little dude on or off at will.