Following the success of a similar event in the UK, Lab.gruppen and Lake have announced plans to hold a training and certification event in Singapore on 21st & 22nd June (during SLV Expo 2012), in partnership with local distributor Team 108 Technical Services Pte Ltd. The training programme is designed to introduce key aspects of Lab.gruppen and Lake technologies and develop user familiarity with the companies’ industry-leading tour sound hardware and software platforms. The modular course is aimed at Freelance Engineers, Tour/Install System Designers, Theatre Sound Designers and Tour System Engineers.
The introductory ‘Level 1’ Certification course, being held at SLV Expo near Changi Airport, will introduce participants to the core essentials of Lake & Lab.gruppen technology as well as gaining complete familiarization with the hardware as well as all the class-leading Lake features such as: Raised Cosine Equation, Iso-Float, Ideal Graphic EQ, Processing Modules, and LimiterMax.
“Lake Processing is already well established as the system processing environment of choice in the live sound arena and the recent product developments in the shape of the LM Series standalone processors and flagship PLM 20000Q platform have served to drive this uptake even further,” commented Miguel Hadelich, VP of International Sales for Lab.gruppen and Lake.
“These officially certified training courses will help to standardise and maintain a level of competency throughout the industry, building upon the excellent Lake training programmes carried out previously by Dolby.”
Delegates will participate in practical exercises running Lake Controller Software, gaining hands-on experience of programming Lake Processors for loudspeakers including correct settings for crossovers and LimiterMax / ISVPL for the perfect protection of speaker components. The courses will also cover fundamentals of the Lake platform related to real-world applications, is designed to ease people through the Lake Processing environment and demonstrate how to get the best from Lake LM Series and Lab.gruppen PLM Series in the field.
Successful completion of the course will leave delegates fully certified to program and implement Lake Processing in mid and large-scale live sound systems and qualify admission to more advanced level courses to follow. Those interested in attending these training events should contact Reeve Long