It seems to me that, if you have a layout set in a specific time period then maybe quietly playing music of the era in the background at an exhibition might add to the overall atmosphere of the layout. Just wondering what others think?
I think the music would need to be sufficiently quiet to not annoy neighbouring exhibits.
I think there would need to be a check that the venue has a licence for playing music; I know the NEC hasn't and it would be expensive for an exhibition to buy a licence.
Is there anything else that needs to be considered?
Would there be no point because if the music is at a level that doesn't annoy other exhibitors would it be too quiet for visitors to notice?
Is this just a bad idea or might it work? What do exhibition visitors think?
One potential problem is that we would all like to hear the music we like but not the music we don't like.
Edited by Chris M, 16 April 2018 - 09:20 .