We are happy to announce that SC Sound has joined the growing group of companies supporting our effort on the sound system alignment education front. They certainly will help making sense of the noise.
The Scandinavian Smaart Partner Program has been developed to help provide local training and product support to Smaart users and interested sound engineers throughout a network of Smaart Partner companies in Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Iceland.
We all work closely together coordinating the intensive courses and class program planned for the upcoming year.
We at rational acoustics are very excited to welcome SC Sound to the Smaart team.
2-day Smaart class on February 2. & 3. @ Legoland in Billund
The class will be taught by Jamie Anderson, founder of Rational Acoustics.
Jamie has been teaching and working in the field of sound system engineering, measurement and alignment since the early 90´s. Over the course of his career he has worked as a technical support manager and SIM instructor for Meyer Sound Laboratories, as a system engineer on tour for A-1 Audio (kd Lang) and UltraSound (Dave Matthews Band) and as a product manager and instructor for SIA and EAW.
A very interesting year, was it a good one for you?
This year has been filled with some great and some very strange events. From the Rio Olympics to Brexit, and the American Election you can’t say this year hasn’t been eventful!
For rational acoustics it was a very exciting year. Smaart v8, the most powerful, flexible and adaptable version of Smaart to date, was released on March 15th, 2016. The new product was phenomenally well received by the marked.
The distribution and customer support in Scandinavia was revamped with a totally new concept run by long time friend and supporter Thomas Züllich. The Scandinavian Smaart Partner Program started in fall this year.
Stay tuned and follow www.rationalacoustics.no for upcoming classes and workshops. There´s lot´s of activity in the pipeline.
He uses Smaart since 2002 and is beta tester since 2006. Definitely a person to ask should you want to integrate lake processing with Smaart. On top of all this he is very nice chap and students just love him.