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SFL Group Announces 2017 Yamaha Console Training Dates

SFL Group Announces 2017 Yamaha Console Training Dates
SFL Group Announces 2017 Yamaha Console Training Dates

UK – Reading-based SFL Group has announced three new training sessions for Yamaha CL and QL series digital mixing consoles, aimed at sound engineers and potential console purchasers. Taking place on 29th March, 28th June and 11th October 2017, the sessions include comprehensive, hands-on tuition on designing, configuring and mixing with CL and QL-based audio systems.

“Yamaha has arguably contributed more to our appreciation and expectations of the workflow of a modern digital mixing console than any other manufacturer, with the Centralogic interface forming one of the most established and widely recognised benchmarks of the industry,” says SFL project manager Pat Smith.

“During these seminars we will simulate an event environment with live multi-track recordings. Once the basic console functionality has been explained, participants will be mixing live shows in the classroom.”

Alongside the consoles themselves, participants will be introduced to Yamaha’s R-series Dante I/O and network interfacing products, including how to design and configure large, multi-console networks, and a unique session on Dante networking. Use of Yamaha’s StageMix iPad control app and PC-based interfaces and editors is also covered.

The sessions take place at SFL’s premises at Unit 5, Headley Park 10, Headley Road East, Woodley, Reading, RG5 4SW, with each session costing £30 per participant. Demand for SFL training courses is always high, so advance booking is essential via http://www.sflgroup.co.uk/courses/yamaha-console-training/

Please note: Students should be familiar with the basics of live sound mixing using either analogue or digital consoles. The focus of this fast paced training will be to familiarise engineers with the Yamaha CL and QL series user interface and to investigate product features, rather than teaching generic mixing techniques.

21st February 2017

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