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LMC Audio partners with Shure Academy for Wireless Mastered session

The latest in RF specialist Tuomo Tolonen's series of training events comes will take place on 3 March

British pro-audio dealer LMC Audio Systems has announced the launch of its first Wireless Mastered seminar, to be held at the Shure Academy Centre in Waltham Abbey, Essex, on 3 March.

Presented by Shure Distribution UK pro audio group manager and RF specialist Tuomo Tolonen, the free event, held in conjunction with the Shure Academy European Audio Network, is aimed at “all LMC customers and live sound users, including FOH and monitor engineers, production staff, venue technicians, installers and anyone that regularly uses wireless technology”.

The session will provide an in-depth look into all aspects of RF technology and wireless microphone operation, including RF coordination and frequency planning. Discussions will also cover RF spectrum changes, availability of RF spectrum use for live events and the effects of the changes on live sound users. Attendees will have the opportunity to gain hands-on training using Shure wireless technology, including PSM900 and PSM1000 in-ear monitoring, UHF-R, ULX-D, Axient and new QLX-D wireless microphone systems and Wireless Workbench 6 and ShurePlus Channels software.

JP Cavaco, LMC’s London sales manager, James Lawford, Birmingham sales manager, and the rest of LMC team will be on-hand throughout the day to discuss Shure wireless products. The event will take place in the LiveRoom at the Shure Academy Centre between 10.00 and 15.30 with a break for light refreshments.

The “biggest and best Wireless Mastered yet” took place in August at the Emirates Stadium in north London (see Shure wireless workshop finds good reception). “Very, very good. Very in-depth description and explanation of the RF wilderness!” commented Amber Sound’s Tom Oakes at the time. Ian Barnard of Stage Sound Services added: “It’s excellent. Everyone should do it!”

To register for free, visit the LMC Audio website.