UK-based audio supplier HD Pro Audio is holding a day of demonstration and evaluation sessions for the KLANG:technologies 3D IEM system at John Henry’s rehearsal studios in London on 13 May, 2016.
According to the company KLANG:technologies allows engineers to create a much more spatial and natural-sounding IEM mix, combined with the option of simple wired or wireless multiple simultaneous user control via the KLANG:app.
The sessions will also introduce KOS2.1 to the UK market. Founder and chief marketing officer of KLANG:technologies, Pascal Dietrich, comments, “We are excited to present major improvements and additional features in our software after recently showcasing upcoming products such as our motion sensor KLANG:vector.
“Our new firmware KOS V2.1 has just been released for KLANG:fabrik and KLANG:vier. As well as an increase of 50% in input channel processing capabilities, the new software supports snapshots and showfile exchange through KLANG:app, and a new workflow for channel configuration making the system more flexible and even faster to work with. The Dante switch configuration has been extended for better integration in complex network setups, ensuring the highest stability. For improved interoperability, AES67 support is enabled.”
Five 60-minute workshops are being held for attendees to choose a convenient time slot. HD Pro Audio is also taking the opportunity to have the 10EaZy SPL monitoring system available for evaluation at the event. 10EaZy, distributed by HD Pro Audio, helps engineers or venues comply with noise regulations.
Online booking is available and further details are available from HD Pro Audio on +44 (0) 1784 433 687 or by e-mail to email@example.com