Audio Dynamic – Meyer Sound Demonstration, LINA LINE ARRAY SYSTEM
Date : 15th Nov (Wed)
Venue : Yuet Ming Auditorium, CYM Cultural Centre, HKU
Tentative Date : 16th & 17th Nov (Thurs & Fri)
Venue : TBC
Seminar Content :
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Mauricio Ramírez Senior Technical Seminar Instructor Mauricio “Magu” Ramírez, Meyer Sound’s first full-time seminar instructor, is known on both sides of the Atlantic for his wealth of technical expertise and his engaging instructional style. Prior to his career in audio engineering, he earned a degree in computer management in his native Mexico. After working with several sound rental companies and artists, he applied his experiences to form a study program for training professionals in sound reinforcement. In 1992, he established the Dynamix School to instruct students from Mexico and South America. Ramírez attended SIM School in 1993, and three years later agreed to open a Meyer Sound school in Mexico. In 1997, Ramírez was named coordinator for Meyer Sound Mexico’s educational effort, and two years later received certification as a SIM Instructor. Currently he conducts seminars (in English or Spanish) throughout Europe, Asia and Latin America.
The five-day intensive seminar integrates course materials from several other training sessions into a single seminar that gives participants a solid working familiarity with all aspects of Meyer Sound’s technology. The course builds a solid understanding of measurement, covering concepts such as FFT analysis, filters and phase relationships at an advanced level and with practical reference to use of the SIM 3 audio analyzer system. Other main topics covered include system alignment, basic array theory, applications for Meyer Sound MAPP Online, use of Meyer Sound line drivers for optimizing performance, and an in-depth look at line array theory with specific and detailed reference to a broad spectrum of M Series array applications.
This seminar is designed for acoustical consultants, sound contractors working with complex systems, touring and theatrical system designers and system techs, and advanced audio students. Attendees should have prior education in audio fundamentals and acoustics, or equivalent experience.
Participants should bring their own Internet-ready laptop computer.
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