Soundcraft Si Training

Soundcraft launches Mixing with Professionals program for Si Series Consoles      30/08/13
Soundcraft Si Training
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In response to popular demand, Soundcraft has launched a new 'Mixing with Professionals' program for its Si Series of digital mixing consoles. They say that, building on its successful program for the Vi Series, these Mixing with Professionals sessions will offer fully hands-on training, focusing on Soundcraft's Si Expression and Si Performer consoles.

Mixing with Professionals Si Series training sessions will be held throughout the United States and hosted by factory-trained Soundcraft sales representatives. Guest engineers will join them to share their experiences with Soundcraft consoles and to provide additional training. These 3-hour sessions will follow a classroom format of six "stations", with one to four people per station, working on either an Si Expression or Si Performer console.

Katy Templeman-Holmes of Soundcraft Studer, told us, "Our 'Mixing with Professionals' training programs have been so overwhelmingly popular that, combined with the success of our Si Expression and Si Performer lines, we have received considerable demand to expand our training to include these products. Training is free and open to anyone wanting to learn, or to more advanced users looking for additional tips and tricks to get the most out of their Si consoles!"

Anyone interested is invited to register online at http://usa.soundcraft.com/mwp/events.aspx. Guests are asked to bring their own headphones to the sessions (mini or ¼").


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