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NSCA Offers New Online Training

NSCA, the National Systems Contractor Association, introduced a new online, self-paced class that explains how to effectively install sound systems. 9/17/2008 7:25 AM Eastern

NSCA Offers New Online Training

NSCA, the National Systems Contractor Association, introduced a new online, self-paced class that explains how to effectively install sound systems.

NSCA, the National Systems Contractor Association, introduced a new online, self-paced class that explains how to effectively install sound systems.

According to NSCA officials, "Audio for Sound Reinforcement: Levels, Metering, and Gain Structure" focuses on how to correctly set levels, providing technicians with the training to save employers time and money by not needing to return to job sites.

"We're excited to partner with industry expert John Murray for this exciting, new educational opportunity," said Norah Hammond, senior director of professional development for NSCA, in a statement. "Not only will technicians gain invaluable training, but the online aspect also makes it easier for technicians to learn at their own pace, on their own schedule."

Outside of tradeshows, Murray admitted that there were few industry opportunities for technicians to learn gain structure, and that a year-round class available 24/7 is a perfect solution for technicians.

"Every sound system needs its gain structure properly set and, unfortunately, a lot of people don't know how to do it correctly," he said. "Levels, Metering, and Gain Structure," he added, is aimed at those who have to make a sound system work.

To learn more about the class, listen to Murray's vodcast, or visit NSCA to register for the class.



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