Buena Park, CA (November 2, 2011)—Yamaha Commercial Audio Training Seminar training sessions will be offered at Overlake Christian Church Redmond, Washington November 8-10.
Open to all audio professionals, free of charge, the three-day session dates are November 8-10 from 8:00 am – 5:00 pm with classes being held for advanced users of the Yamaha M7CL digital console, a workshop for the LS9 digital console, digital network and systems design clinic, and a showcase of Nexo speaker technology (Geo Series, PS Series, 45N12, RS Series Subs, GeoSUB, and NXAmp).
The M7CL advanced training is a one-day course that will discuss how best to utilize the console to the full extent of its capabilities. Attendees will hve an opportunity to apply what is learned using multi-track audio on the new M7CL-ES digital mixing console.
The LS9 workshop is a half-day, hands-on course, learning the basics of mixing on an LS9 digital console. Attendees will become more familiar with the console layout; learn how to navigate the system, setup mix busses as an aux or group, and how to route signal to the effects units, with an opportunity to apply what is learned using multi-track audio.
The digital network and systems design clinic is a full-day course offering an array of audio networking, acoustic system design, and systems solutions workshops.
Registration deadline for all sessions is November 6.
To register for Yamaha class sessions, visit http://www.yamahacommercialaudiosystems.com/training.php?catID=11001.
To register for NEXO showcase, email email@example.com.
On November 10 from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm, an Audio Master Class will be held as part of the Christian Musician Summit at Overlake Christian Church with Yamaha’s Jake Cody, Mark Rush, and Peter Robinson teaching an audio boot camp for church volunteers. Cost: $99 per person. For course syllabus and registration visit: http://www.christianmusiciansummit.com/templates/cuscms/details.asp?id=32393&PID=805358.