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d&b audiotechnik delivers inaugural training seminars at One Systems Global

The sessions with the company's Thai distributor range from seminars exploring electroacoustics to one-day workshops on line arrays and the d&b Remote network

The first official d&b audiotechnik training seminars recently took place at the new premises of its Thai distributor, One Systems Global.

The company’s chief operations offer, Alfonso Martín, explains the rationale behind delivering d&b-specific training: “The structure and content of the training sessions created by d&b audiotechnik makes them accessible to all our customers, both current and prospective. The participants were a real mix of people with different skill levels and different reasons for attending: from some of the most respected and senior sound engineers in the country to audio guys just starting their careers at local rental companies.

“We also welcomed a good number of people who were considering joining the d&b family and appreciated the opportunity to learn more about the brand’s systems and its value.”

The sessions range from a seminar exploring clectroacoustics to one-day workshops on line arrays and the d&b Remote network.

“I have attended some of the other training offered on the market, and must say that there are quite significant
differences on how d&b audiotechnik approaches “sound issues” and applies clever solutions,” comments attendee Suttipun Youneck, who works in technical sales. “I really enjoyed the way the training is delivered, with lots of
experiments that make the participants see and understand things clearly and explicitly.

“The ‘hands-on’ approach is refreshingly different and effective.”

“It’s great that we have been able to host these first official d&b audiotechnik training sessions in Thailand
and have had such a positive response,” concludes Martín. “The One Systems Global team is looking forward to go ahead with the next set of training events, probably in January 2015.”