PLASA 2016 hosting Dante seminar

PLASA 2016 will feature a unique opportunity for audio professionals to learn more about Audinate’s Dante, with a training event hosted by Kieran Walsh, regional manager of Global Support Services at Audinate.

Taking place on Tuesday 20 September in the Apex Room, Olympia London, the seminar is recommended for anyone involved with the installation of networked audio systems; including design consultants, system integrators and live sound engineers. Certified Technology Specialists will earn four RU credits for attending.

The seminar, which will run from 10.00-15.30, is sponsored by a number of leading audio technology companies, including Audinate, Focusrite, Solid State Logic, Roland, Yamaha and XTA. With an introduction from PLASA’s managing director Peter Heath, it will include Dante Level 1 and 2 training from Audinate’s Kieran Walsh, live table-top displays and a session on deploying Dante networks in live events from Liam Halpin.

“Audinate is pleased to co-present a day of seminars in cooperation with PLASA at PLASA 2016,” said Walsh. “The seminar day will give a great opportunity to gain a greater insight into Dante Audio Networking Technology, which has become the de-facto standard in connecting uncompressed, highly synchronous, low-latency audio network devices.

“Attendees will be able to get training that will help in taking the Dante certified exams, discover how some of the largest live productions have used Dante to deliver audio, in combination with rich control all over a standards-based IP network, get hands on with Dante enabled equipment provided by our sponsor manufacturers, ask questions, and experiment with setups at our table top demo sessions.

“The seminar is suitable for all sound engineers, commissioning engineers, installed and live sound systems designers, and consultants. There will be ample opportunity to ask questions to audio networking experts in private and also in the public forums.”

PLASA 2016 takes place from 18 – 20 September at Olympia London.

Prospective attendees can register for the free-to-attend seminar here.