22/1/2013 [Professional Audio]
Yamaha offers workshop and training program that aims to provide a basic understanding and knowledge on analog and digital systems. This is a full day course that will let you experience hands-on and familiarization of various sound system concepts and usage of a digital mixing console.
This workshop seminar welcomes all staff and members from all churches, musicians, sound technicians to worship service providers, religious songwriters, church ministers, worship music committees, volunteers and interested members of different congregations and everyone else along the way who wants to learn basic sound reinforcements.
This seminar will empower individuals to assist in the design, equipment outlook and proper operation of a sound system. It will impart basic knowledge and information that is most needed. A great way for better understanding on setting up, configure and fully optimized your sound system on a group learning method where interaction and exchange of ideas are open and everyone can learn with each other.
Yamaha seminars aim to bring together worship professionals and volunteers to create a wealth of knowledge, information sharing and networking opportunities for the whole worship community, and every faith.
The learning with this seminar and workshop provided by Yamaha comes free of charge.
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NOTICE: Schedule for 23rd Jan 2013 was postponed due to facility and equipments availability. The schedule has been tentatively rescheduled as above.
Yamaha - Dante Audio Networking Seminar. All seminars start at 10am and end at 3pm.
Interested participants please email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the following details:
1. Company Name
2. Company Email Address
3. Contact No.
4. Learning expectations, and why you need to attend the course.
Incomplete details will not be accepted. Once your seat reservation is confirmed, we will revert back to you through email.
Please be reminded that the above schedule is tentative and is subject to change. We recommend end-users who have knowledge on sound basics, Yamaha analog and digital mixers.