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With the live event sector still on lockdown, many engineers are making the best use of their time by investing in their further education. To support this, Sennheiser’s #Dontstoptheeducation initiative is presenting two exciting opportunities: a round table with Sennheiser RF wireless experts on 7 May 7 and a webinar series on digital audio and digital wireless microphones, which will be launching on 8 May.
On 7h May at 16:30 CEST, RF wireless experts Jonas Naesby (Denmark), Vincent Tilgenkamp (Netherlands), and Volker Schmitt (Germany) will describe how to ensure trouble-free operation of wireless microphone systems. Having supported many live audio productions globally, both in the music and the theatrical fields, the panellists bring a vast experience to the table. They are looking forward to answering your questions live and will be illustrating their answers with reference to real-world examples. Registration is now open at https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_CO5-FTfxT1OT494rIlVUMQ
Three sessions are available on 8 May at 8:30, 13:30 and 18:00 CEST to best facilitate access for all time zones. In this webinar, Volker Schmitt will explain the general concepts behind digital audio and digital wireless microphone transmission. He will talk about the advantages and challenges in digital wireless and compare them to analogue wireless transmission, explaining the differences and similarities. Over the two next weeks, Volker will present additional webinars that will build upon this first webinar. Registration is now open at https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Kfuns1YaS_mimF1r_RL1ng
Sennheiser’s SoundAcademy provides a host of popular pro audio training webinars and in-depth product discussions. Please visit https://www.sennheiser.com/webinars for a full, up-to-date list and to register free of charge for a SoundAcademy webinar of your choice. The free training sessions are offered at several different times to allow as many people from around the globe to tune in as possible.
6th May 2020
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