Meyer Sound has released four online video tutorials to support users of the LYON
â„¢ linear sound reinforcement system, the newest addition to its LEOâ„¢ Family of line array products. Covering topics that range from system design and rigging to optimization, the video modules are available for viewing on meyersound.com and Vimeo.com.
The comprehensive overview outlines the system’s coverage patterns, rigging features, connections, and integration with the 1100-LFC low-frequency control element and the GalileoA® Callistoâ„¢ loudspeaker management system.
The video gives a step-by-step tutorial for presetting splay angles, lifting and locking an array, and pullback techniques. It also shows the rigging calculator features in the MAPP Online XTâ„¢ acoustic prediction software.
The module shows the user workflow for optimizing a LYON loudspeaker array, featuring presets in the virtual Galileo Callisto array processor, array configuration in zones, integration of 1100-LFC loudspeakers, and the U-Shapingâ„¢ filters for output equalization.
The video demonstrates the use of array processing and correction and delay integration for Meyer Sound line array systems.
These training resources complement Meyer Sound’s industry-leading education program, which includes in-person seminars and online resources for all aspects of sound reinforcement, from audio theory and mixing workshops to in-depth courses on the design and optimization of complex systems.