Konsertsystemer, a renowned sound company in Norway, recently held a smaart class in their state-of-the-art recording studio, Studio A. For those unfamiliar, smaart is an acronym for “Sound Measurement Acoustical Analysis Real Time Tool,” a powerful software used by sound engineers to optimize and troubleshoot sound systems.
The class was led by Thomas Züllich, a certified Smaart instructor with years of experience in sound system design and optimization. The class covered various topics, from acoustics and sound system design to advanced measurement techniques using the smaart software. Participants were able to use the studio’s equipment and facilities to gain hands-on experience with the software and learn how to optimize sound systems for different environments.
The engineers at Konsertsystemer are taking the exams to pass the Level 1 certification, a mark of expertise in using the smaart software and highly valued in the sound industry. The class was a valuable learning experience for the engineers and demonstrated Konsertsystemer’s commitment to providing high-quality sound systems and services to their clients.
Konsertsystemer is a well-known company in the Norwegian sound industry, providing sound systems and services for concerts, events, and festivals. Their expertise ranges from small corporate events to large-scale festivals, and they are known for their commitment to high-quality sound and professional service.
Are you looking to upskill your audio engineering knowledge and gain certification in just four days? You had to look no further than the Smaart Operator Fundamentals and Operator Application Practicums at Riksteatret in Oslo!
Timis County Youth Foundation, Timișoara, Romania in Timișoara, Romania was buzzing with excitement as 12 students gathered for the Smaart class taught by Thomas Züllich from March 20th to 23rd, 2023. The course was divided into the 3-day Smaart Operator Fundamentals and the 1-day Smaart Application Practicums Class.
The Smaart Operator Fundamentals provided an in-depth understanding of setting up a Smaart measurement rig and using Smaart to make single and dual-channel FFT measurements. The course also covered the fundamentals of system alignment, phase measurement, transfer function analysis, and more. The students were thrilled with the knowledge they gained and appreciated the hands-on experience.
The Smaart Application Practicums class focused on the practical use of the Smaart measurement platform in real-world professional audio engineer work. The course provided students with a wealth of knowledge on how to optimize sound systems and overcome challenges that arise during live events.
The Timis County Youth Foundation in Timișoara, Romania provided the perfect venue for the Smaart class. The students enjoyed the vibrant atmosphere and the opportunity to learn from Thomas Züllich, a renowned expert in the field. The course was a great success, and the students left with a newfound understanding of Smaart and its practical applications in professional audio engineering.
Overall, the Smaart class taught by Thomas Züllich was an incredible learning opportunity for anyone interested in professional audio engineering. The students gained valuable insights and practical experience, and the Timis County Youth Foundation provided the perfect setting for this exceptional course. Don’t miss out on future Smaart classes – sign up now and take your audio engineering skills to the next level!
and another one in the box. 9 eager engineers sat through 4 intense days of Smaart training. First a 3 day operator class followed by a full day of practice sessions. The dinner after the last day was well deserved.
Kristian Dørum, Espen Mjøen, Eivind Dahl, Stian Strander, Christer Amundsen, Ole Jørgen Kjørholt, Erlend Stein, Rune Sundby, Lars Andersen & Thomas Züllich
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