Calrec Audio Launches Training Tour in U.S.
Following the recent success of a series of free training sessions held in London, Calrec Audio announced that it will launch a similar training program in the United States.
The sessions, run by U.S. Regional Sales Manager Dave Lewty, will be free of charge, and space is limited. The program will consist of operational training on Calrec’s Bluefin2 range of consoles, including Apollo and Artemis. It is aimed at freelance audio engineers and employees at broadcast facilities who have had no formal training on the platform, as well as those who simply wish to refresh their knowledge.
“We are aware that many engineers don’t have the opportunity to attend training courses, so we are making a concerted effort to invite anyone who is interested to come and learn at no expense,” Lewty says. “This program is part of a larger educational drive we have been promoting over the past few years, which also prompted the creation of our popular Audio Primer and Network Primer.”
Calrec has previously hosted many successful one-off training sessions around the U.S. run by Calrec and Studio Consultants Inc., Calrec’s New York-based distributor, but this is Calrec’s first educational tour. The first sessions will be held Aug. 21-22 at the Glendale Media Center in Glendale, AZ, where Calrec held a similar event in the past.
“We are delighted to welcome Calrec back to the Glendale Media Center,” says David Rainey, the center’s chief broadcast engineer. “The last session was a great success, and we’re sure the next one will be just as popular. We have a Calrec Zeta console installed currently, so this is a great opportunity to learn more about Calrec’s latest platform.”
Training is by appointment only on Aug. 21, with an open-house walk-in session on Aug. 22. To attend the session in Glendale, contact David Rainey at 623-930-4512 or email [email protected]. For details about upcoming sessions, or to suggest a location to host an event, email [email protected].