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Procom heads back into the classroom

Procom heads back into the classroom

Procom heads back into the classroom


Procom is resuming its in-person training for Avolites and Madrix as restrictions in Dubai continue to be relaxed. The exclusive sessions, limited to just six participants, will give students the first chance to get hands-on with the consoles since training was suspended back in April.

“We are thrilled to announce that our training sessions are back,” commented Procom’s Anro Schroeder. “We believe that hands-on training is an essential part of the AV industry and we are dedicated to help restoring it. We are excited to welcome back participants in person with all the appropriate safety measures and if you register now you can and benefit from a 30% discount.”

So far, three training sessions have been announced: foundation and mastery courses for Avolites Titan running from 19-20 October and 21-22 October, respectively, and a Madrix workshop on LED pixel control and mapping software taking place from 25-26 October.

The Avolites academy at foundation level covers everything the attendees need to know to build a show file from scratch on the Titan range of consoles, from patching fixtures into the console through recording playbacks, palettes and some of the effects engines that are built into Titan. This level also covers cue lists, which are used for everything from corporate to circus, and theatre to gigs. The mastery level covers advanced programming options available already within Titan. As well as networking, the course covers ways to speed and aid programming, external triggering and working with timecode.

The Madrix session includes an overview of the hardware, hands-on training on the software and tips and tricks to learn how to use the Madrix range of products and design LED lighting solutions. The session is geared for both beginner and advanced users who would like to expand their knowledge in pixel lighting control. After two days, students will have received an extended overview of the Madrix software in order to be able to create a basic LED show and operate the software comfortably within this scope.

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