Lectrosonics’ Karl Winkler and Kelly Fair tapped for Panels and Training Sessions for the Entertainment Wireless Academy at AES@NAMM - BassPlayer.com

Lectrosonics’ Karl Winkler and Kelly Fair tapped for Panels and Training Sessions for the Entertainment Wireless Academy at AES@NAMM

Anaheim, CA (January 10, 2018) — In conjunction with this year’s annual NAMM Convention to be held here from January 25-28, 2018, the NAMM Show and the Audio Engineering Society have teamed up to present the inaugural AES@NAMM Pro Sound Symposium, a four-day series of educational sessions and training programs designed for working professionals in live sound, recording and performance audio. Lectrosonics will be participating in several panels and sessions as part of the Entertainment Wireless Academy during the four days of AES@NAMM, including information and training programs for the Duet digital IEM wireless monitor and IFB system, Venue2 multi-channel receiver system, and Wireless Designer coordination and management software.
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Anaheim, CA (January 10, 2018) — In conjunction with this year’s annual NAMM Convention to be held here from January 25-28, 2018, the NAMM Show and the Audio Engineering Society have teamed up to present the inaugural AES@NAMM Pro Sound Symposium, a four-day series of educational sessions and training programs designed for working professionals in live sound, recording and performance audio. Lectrosonics will be participating in several panels and sessions as part of the Entertainment Wireless Academy during the four days of AES@NAMM, including information and training programs for the Duet digital IEM wireless monitor and IFB system, Venue2 multi-channel receiver system, and Wireless Designer coordination and management software.

Lectrosonics’ product training sessions will take place on Friday, January 26 and Saturday January 27th from - 1:00pm to 3:00pm. Karl Winkler, Vice President of Sales and Service at Lectrosonics and Kelly Fair, Western Regional Technical Sales Representative, will provide an interactive discussion on the current and future state of wireless microphone technology and use, the RF Spectrum, and best practices for optimizing your systems for the real world. Tradeoffs between various technologies will be covered, including Analog vs. Digital wireless and IEM systems and the issues involved with using both types of systems on the same stage. The latest products from Lectrosonics will be demonstrated and discussed, including the Duet digital IEM, Venue2 multichannel receiver system and Wireless Designer software.

On Thursday, Friday and Saturday, January 25, 26 and 27from 11 am to 12 pm, Karl Winkler will be presenting a session called Wireless In-Ear Monitors and Spectrum Update, a discussion which will explore the issues of using analog and digital wireless, including in-ear systems, on the same stage. Also covered will be a review of spectrum changes.

Winkler will also be featured as a panelist on two other sessions during AES@NAMM including one on the state of the post-auction Wireless Spectrum, to be held Thursday January 25, Friday January 26 and Saturday January 27 from 10 am to 11 am. Winkler will also be a panelist on Friday January 26 and Saturday January 27 from 5 pm to 6 pm on the Entertainment Wireless Q&A Panel, an open format question and answer panel featuring industry experts on various entertainment wireless topics.

"Lectrosonics is delighted to be able to participate in panels and training for professionals during the Entertainment Wireless Academy,” says Karl Winkler, “Kelly and I are committed to continuing to share ideas with the audio community during AES@NAMM and look forward to meeting everyone in Anaheim.”

“Our program has been carefully developed to anticipate the learning expectations of working professionals that want to bring themselves up to speed with what is happening in these critical technology areas, and learn more about how to use high-tech systems in their day-to-day activities,” says Mark Frink, AES@NAMM Program Director and Manager, Live Sound Content. “AES@NAMM will focus on offering no-nonsense tuition on a range of key topics."

For more information and to register for AES@NAMM, visit: aesatnamm.com.

About Lectrosonics

Well respected within the film, broadcast, and theatre technical communities since 1971, Lectrosonics wireless microphone systems and audio processing products are used daily in mission-critical applications by audio engineers familiar with the company's dedication to quality, customer service, and innovation. Lectrosonics is a US manufacturer based in Rio Rancho, New Mexico. Visit the company online at www.lectrosonics.com.

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