Hey all, this is my first post and i need some professional advice. Our church is moving to a new building which already has some equipment installed. However the mixer is recessed in a room at the back behind two doors which fold out to leave a window for the sound technician to see and hear the service from. This space is five and a half feet wide and will have to be shared with a computer operator so the sound operator will be positioned tightly to one side of the opening. I'm worried that this will make life very difficult for the sound technician as it will not sound the same as actually being in the main sanctuary. We use a full band and singers so it is important to get the mix right. The main sanctuary is a multipurpose hall and is used for sports so it is unlikely that a permenantly protruding desk would be allowed. Would a desk that slides in and out of the doors be a reasonable solution or is it acceptable to work from a recessed room?