Shure Wireless Workbench School
The Shure Wireless Workbench Certification Program is more than an excellent training course. You'll also earn 4 renewal units (RUs) toward InfoComm CTS accreditation through successful completion of the course.
Frequency selection and coordination is critical to the successful design of wireless microphone and in-ear systems. This will become more so as the pool of available frequencies diminishes in coming years due to the digital dividend reallocation. Frequency coordination tasks become more complex as the number of systems increases, often to the point of requiring a dedicated RF engineer on large productions.
Shure have lifted the veil on the dark art of frequency selection with the release of version 6 of Wireless Workbench (WWB6), their software application for configuration, control and monitoring of wireless audio devices.
Recommended for any audio professional involved in the design and / or operation of wireless audio systems. Attendees should have previous experience with wireless audio systems and be familiar with technical terms and concepts.
Classes sizes are limited. We recommend that you register now to ensure your place!
Presenter: Mitchell Lockyer-Lane, Jands Audio System Specialist
Bio: Mitch has been with Jands for over six years working within the core support team, the Technical Resource Group. He provides support, demonstration and training across Jands’ range of distributed audio and communications products. Prior to Jands, Mitch worked as a freelance sound technician at night and a high level customer service officer by day.
Sydney Office: Building C Training Room, 40 Kent Road, Mascot NSW 2020
Melbourne Office: Unit 11, 21 Sabre Drive, Port Melbourne VIC 3207If you are interested in Jands' Shure Wireless Workbench Training in your capital city, please contact us.
4 July 2013
12 September 2013
14 November 2013
20 June 2013
15 August 2013
10 October 2013
12 December 2013
- One Day: 9.00am – 2.30pm
(Morning Tea and Lunch during the training sessions is provided)
Participants must bring their own laptop computer for the installation of the software.