Further dates set for Studer console training

Half-day seminars ideal for engineers with little to no experience on Vista and OnAir consoles, though further, in-depth training on Vista series is planned for the near future.
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Studer’s Broadcast Academy continues its training programme for Vista and OnAir consoles, to be held 10 May, 12 July and 27 September at the Soundcraft Studer facility in Potters Bar, UK. Former BBC sound engineer Micky Curling will be conducting the sessions, which are a half-day each and free to attend. The training is ideally suited to engineers who have little to no experience with the consoles, though in-depth training is planned for the Vista series consoles in the near future. Sessions will be limited to no more than six people per session to maximize participants’ learning time. Participants will also be given a tour of the advanced production facilities where Studer consoles are manufactured, and visit the company’s on-site museum that houses classic Studer tape machines and Soundcraft mixing consoles dating back to the 1950s. The dates and times for the seminars are as follows: 10 May 2012 – Introduction to Vista (morning session) 10 May 2012 – Introduction to OnAir (afternoon session) 12 July 2012 – Introduction to Vista (morning session) 12 July 2012 – Introduction to OnAir (afternoon session) 27 September 2012 – Introduction to Vista (morning session) 27 September 2012 – Introduction to OnAir (afternoon session) Lunch, as well as morning and afternoon refreshments, will be provided.
To register for a session, please visit the following website: http://www.studer.ch/support/training_UK_registration.aspxwww.studer.ch

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