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L-Acoustics certification comes to South Africa

L-Acoustics certification comes to South Africa

L-Acoustics certification comes to South Africa

South Africa:

DWR Distribution recently hosted an L-Acoustics Certified training for a select group of technicians at the company’s offices in Johannesburg. Led by DWR’s Richard Smith, the two-day internationally recognised training course provides technicians with both the technical and practical skills and certification needed to operate a range of L-Acoustics professional sound systems.

Richard Smith of DWR Distribution
Richard Smith of DWR Distribution

‘In the past, L-Acoustics took a highly structured, standardised approach to its training programmes,’ explained Smith. ‘However, in recent years, they have adopted a more modular “A la Carte” approach. Participants start out with Level 1 training, which consists of two modules. Once they have completed the compulsory System Fundamentals module, covered on the first day of training, they are able to stipulate which system they would like to specialise in for the focused “K-Day”, which is delivered on the second day. Once a trainee has completed the K-Day course in a specific system, such as the Kara, they are able to return to learn about other systems, such as the Kiva II or K2, without having to repeat the first day of training. This provides operators and engineers with the opportunity to become certified in a range of L-Acoustics systems.’

L-Acoustics Level 2 Training consists of a Variable Curvature Line Source module, which takes an in-depth look at line source system concepts started in Level 1 and more advanced SoundVision techniques. The manufacturer has also recently added a brand-new module called Loudspeaker System Calibration, which deals with the practical approach to system setup and calibration with a particular focus on the new P1 Controller and its M1 Measurement and tuning tool.



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