Las Vegas, NV (June 14, 2005)–Illustrating its ongoing commitment to training for its systems, BSS Audio recently completed its second group training session focused on the remarkable BSS Soundweb London range of products. The second Soundweb London Certification Training session took place at the Church of the Living Word, in the North Hills section of Los Angeles. 28 members in this class underwent comprehensive training by BSS product specialist/application engineer and technical instructor Dan Lynch, assisted by product specialist/application engineer Will Fraser.
28 satisfied BSS Soundweb London Certification Training graduates give a “thumbs up” at the Church of the Living Word, in the North Hills section of Los Angeles.
Additional Soundweb London Certification Training classes are being planned on an ongoing basis in multiple cities throughout the U.S. in the coming months. Each one will provide extensive coverage of all the capabilities of the Soundweb London range of systems. As digital systems become ever more sophisticated, and venues requiring advanced audio systems and processing increase in number, the importance of training has become greater than ever. This is precisely the confluence of issues that the Soundweb London Certification Training is designed to address.
Training on the Soundweb London series of systems is a continuation of the intensive training that BSS has always provided for the original Soundweb system. An online Soundweb London training course is also available which covers this advanced system, including a three-part “Certified London Architect” training course. For more information about BSS Soundweb online training visit: www.soundweb-london.com/training/.
The BSS Soundweb London is a major step forward in audio networking, matrixing, control and processing, offering enhanced I/O configuration, dual-redundant CobraNet audio networking with greater capacity, matrix sizes and options for low latency and 96 kHz operation, more efficient DSP using Analog Devices SHARC processors, and a new core system design written completely from the ground up.