Soulsound is teaming up with D.A.S. Audio to deliver a four-day seminar programme that will explore ‘Calibration & Design Techniques for Modern Sound Systems’. The programme, which is aimed at intermediate and experienced sound engineers, will be held at The Crypt, Christchurch Spitalfields, London.
DAS Audio is highly committed to raising standards of audio education throughout the world. To that end, DAS Audio and their UK distributor, Vortice AV are endorsing this excellent seminar. Delivered by Merlijn Van Veen, Calibration & Design Techniques For Modern Sound Systems is widely recognised as one of the most instructive courses in the world for up and coming system designers. As part of DAS Audio’s commitment to the next generation of engineers, they are proud to sponsor and endorse this seminar.
The seminar is intended to remove the ‘magic’ surrounding sound systems. They will provide participants with the means and physical insight necessary to create predictable sound system designs, regardless of brand and type of speaker, and then verify the results using the dual channel FFT analyser.
Merlijn will thoroughly investigate the complete transmission path from source to receiver in the acoustical, electrical and psycho-acoustical domains. He explains: “After completion of the seminar programme, sound engineers will be able to provide themselves with the same reference over and over again, like a painter who begins each painting with a blank canvas. The system engineers will be able to design a system that delivers the mixing position sound to the entire audience.”
Soulsound founder Darryn de la Soul adds: “We presented this seminar in London last year and it was a huge success. It was great to see lightbulbs switching on in people’s heads and misconceptions being replaced with demonstrable fact.”
The ‘Calibration & Design Techniques for Modern Sound Systems’ seminars take place 20-23 February 2017, between 9am and 6pm each day. The cost for Soulsound members is £375 and for non-members it is £450. Members should email email@example.com for their discount code.
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Soulsound is dedicated to getting people working in sound engineering. Soulsound Resource Centre provides skill improvement and continued professional development for audio engineers.
Merlijn van Veen was born on April 5, 1978. After high school, he studied studio recording and jazz piano for 4 years at the Royal Conservatoire in The Hague. After his studies he worked for 4 years at the Dutch Broadcast Company, later called Dutchview, where he was the sound engineer for television reality shows such as 'Big Brother' and 'The Bus'.
He has been with Harlekijn Holland, the company of renowned European singer Herman van Veen, for more than eight years, and is responsible for all live concert sound. He mixes more than 150 performances a year, both indoor and outdoor, in the Netherlands as well as abroad. He has had the privilege of working with national and international artists in prominent and acoustically challenging venues.
DAS Audio is one of the world’s leading audio system manufacturers. Since their inception in 1970 through to now, they have been market leaders throughout. From the very first ‘70s studio monitors and systems designed for discotheques to the present day, class leading concert line array systems used in some of the biggest venues and events around the world.
DAS Audio remain one of the only premiere tier audio system manufacturers that builds almost everything in-house at their 24,000 square meter state of the art factory and headquarters in Valencia. As well as speaker cabinet and system design, DAS Audio also design and manufacture the transducers as well as many of the amplifiers and DSP units as well as the physical hardware and rigging systems incorporated into their products. This in-house approach delivers quality control beyond the reach of most other audio manufacturers and ensures that every component is perfectly matched, while also delivering extremely competitively priced systems.