Just completed the How Sound Systems Work training with Synergetic Audio Concepts. It did an excellent job at covering industry terminology that is sometimes confusing. For example, is it called a Driver, Speaker, Cabinet, Transducer, etc.
Went to Atlanta to attend Crestron Technical Institute’s Programming 101. This training focused on SIMPL & VisionTools Pro-E software.
Here’s the Certificate of Complete for Microsoft Surface Hub Installation and Configuration. We had a few of these come through the shop. They are HEAVY! four man lift. But a real nice piece of tech once it’s hung.
Yes, this is the Occupational Health and Safety Administration training 30 hours. It required a full thirty hours – there was a timer and many quizzes. Now I know all about cranes, trenches, ladders and I-beams. Grab your PPE and get to work.
This was a hugely network oriented training which included how to use Wireshark for SIP tracing. I’ve done a few traces already.
Yes, it’s just as the name implies – a Quick Start to the AV Industry. InfoComm has been great in providing a logical and thorough training. I had large and crippling gaps in my knowledge before InfoComm showed me all the things I didn’t know. It’s a great framework upon which to build.
Just hired at AVI-SPL to build some awesome audiovisual systems. I’m looking forward to working with this great organization and interacting with the many talented people on staff. This is going to be an adventure.
AVI-SPL is the national leader in collaborative telepresence integration.
The TesiraForte is a digital signal processor “DSP” that offers AEC among other features for audio. It’s installed after a mixer in live environments. But mostly this unit is used in room installations for teleconferencing.
I took this online course during the interview process with AVI-SPL. Whew! That was helpful.