Aviom is continuing the company’s educational initiative with the announcement of its November Applications & Technical Training Program webcasts. This month, Aviom will be offering two types of seminars: one session is designed for contractors, consultants and other audio professionals and a second is a how-to for end users. The featured seminar for audio professionals for the month will be Aviom’s Pro64: The Next Generation of Digital Audio Connectivity held on November 2, 2009 at 11:00 am GMT. November’s featured end-user seminar is Lowering Stage Volume in the House of Worship taking place on November 2, 2009, at 4:00 pm GMT.
Aviom’s interactive online training sessions include a slide presentation, an audio feed and sometimes video. Throughout the sessions users are able to interact with the hosts of the seminar, asking questions via a chat window.
To sign up for one of the upcoming webcasts, visit www.aviom.com/training. Details about the November 2009 training seminars can be found below:
Aviom Training for Professionals
Aviom’s Pro64: The Next Generation of Digital Audio Connectivity
For years, manufacturers have been promising a digital architecture that frees designers and installers from the limitations inherent in analog signal distribution. Yet digital connectivity technologies have largely fallen short of their promise, solving some problems while introducing new sources of complexity and instability. Aviom’s Pro64® Series products and Pro64 A-Net® deliver on the promise of digital audio connectivity with an unparalleled combination of simplicity, flexibility, fidelity and reliability.
During this session, attendees will learn how Pro64 systems can be quickly and easily designed for a host of applications and discover how the Pro64 Series can help them deliver better performance to their customers while making design and installation more efficient. This session will be offered on November 2, 2009 at 11am GMT.
Aviom Training for End Users
Lowering Stage Volume in the House of Worship
This seminar, which is designed for end users in houses of worship, will show consumers how to lower the volume in a sanctuary and improve sound quality by giving musicians and the worship team control over their monitor mixes with Aviom’s A-16II and A-16R Personal Mixers. This session will be offered on November 2, 2009 at 4:00pm GMT.