Powersoft Confirms Next Webinar Programme

Powersoft continues its successful series of Webinars, with a new programme that commences on 4-5 October at 3.00pm GMT.

Following on from the successful training forum presentations by Dave Rat and Steven Kemland, the next sessions will highlight all aspects of designing an audio system for TV programmes such as X Factor Italy, where live music and broadcast audio are the key fundamentals, and how to overcome them. It will also look at how Powersoft can invigorate the PA on the live touring circuit.

Both Webinars will follow the same format as previously, with each host explaining the use of the technology followed by a live Q/A session where attendees can ask questions.
How to reinvigorate the PA with X Series amplifier platform in live tour of Australian Pink Floyd. Wednesday 4 October from 3.00-4.00pm GMT; conducted by Robin Conway, Capital Sound project manager. Registration is at https://attendee.gototraining.com/r/5619219485672278786.

Over the past year, Capital Sound has been using Powersoft’s new X Series amplifiers to drive its passive systems. Conway explains how their newly configured Dante returns rack ensures that Powersoft’s new Dante-supporting platform is finding increasing popularity with sound crews.

How to design live music and speech system for X Factor Italy TV show broadcast. Thursday 5 October from 3.00-4.00pm GMT; conducted by Massimo Faggioni, X Factor Italy FOH. Registration is at https://attendee.gototraining.com/r/6355177593724165378.

FOH engineer for the 10th edition of Italian X Factor, Massimo Faggioni, explains how the system has been designed and the complexities faced by himself and sound designer Roberto Scioni setting up in the Linear 4 Ciak Theatre, with lasers, videos and Spider cam intervening. In addition, they had to deal with issues such as weight loading of the loudspeakers and maintaining an SPL of 94dB(A). The Webinar will be conducted in Italian but with English subtitles.

Info: www.powersoft-audio.com

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