Allen & Heath say that they will be offering free live sound training at NAMM 2023. Here's their press release on the subject:
Allen & Heath will present an expanded presence at the upcoming NAMM show -- with an enhanced booth featuring their pro audio product line (ACC North Level 1, #14102), a dedicated DJ mixer display area (Hall A, #11110), and multiple free live sound mixing training and certification classes (ACC Level 2, #209A).
The live sound mixing training sessions, led by veteran Live Sound and Touring Manager Michael Bangs, will cover a range of subjects useful for anyone working in the live sound industry. Different sessions offered throughout the show will focus on dynamics and frequency control, mixing high channel counts on a compact console, quick festival mixing changeovers, house of worship mixing, and modern workflows. A full schedule of training sessions is available on the NAMM Show website, www.namm.org/thenammshow/sessions.
During the training courses, attendees will have the opportunity to sit at an Allen & Heath dLive console surface and follow along with the instructor.
"We are so excited to be a key NAMM 2023 console training partner," said instructor Michael Bangs. "Giving back to the community is an honor and essential for the ongoing quality of our audio world. Allen & Heath is very passionate about education and never misses an opportunity to serve the industry. I love meeting and interacting with anyone that has an interest in audio and we're all so very thankful to be a part of this training."
Show attendees will also have the opportunity to see Allen & Heath's full product range at the new booth. With an expanded footprint, Allen & Heath will be showcasing different dLive hardware configurations, the SQ series, the growing AHM series of matrix mixers for installation, and highly popular Avantis--a finalist for both the TEC Awards and the Parnelli Awards this NAMM season. The company's 'Everything I/O' ecosystem will also be on display, which offers I/O expansion to all Allen & Heath digital mixers.
"The NAMM Show is a must-attend event for anyone in the live sound industry as far as we're concerned," remarked Jeff Hawley, Marketing Director for Allen & Heath USA. "We've had the pleasure over the years of connecting with so many engineers and performing artists who rely on A&H gear to get the job done. 2023 is jam-packed with fun events like the Worship Musician Pre-NAMM Hang, the TEC Experience, the Parnelli Awards, fun TEC Tracks sessions--and of course the Live Sound Console Training, presented by Allen & Heath. It's going to be an amazing show and we are excited to see you all there!"
White iLoud monitors and a new modelling guitar pedal
CV controlled mixing console and some distinctly dirty effects
Mix transitions made simple, yet so nifty
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Cheap as chips too