Training

Audioversity

“Audioversity” is our new label for Yamaha Pro Audio Education and Training activities.

We have always been proactive in developing and maintaining education and training programs that provide the information and know-how our customers need to make the most of professional audio products and systems. In 1990, we established our first Pro Audio training facility in Japan and spread similar facilities all over the world. Since 2004, we have reinforced our training programs and provided education and training that are matched to customers’ technical demands. Through these types of activities, we have reached around 100,000 people in more than 50 countries.

We hope that Audioversity will provide the skills and knowledge to enhance many customers’ business activities.

Upcoming Events

Commercial Installation System Design Level 1 & 2

Commercial Installation System Design Level 1 & 2

Yamaha Music Australia, in conjunction with AVA Distribution, is pleased to announce a series of Audioversity training events designed for AV system designers, integrators, consultants and students looking to expand their application repertoire in the commercial audio industry.

Training topics covered apply to integrated audio solutions relevant to many environments including classrooms, boardrooms, auditorium and lecture spaces, multi-zone hospitality venues, shopping centres and the majority of other spaces with a requirement for audio mixing, routing and amplification.

The Yamaha Commercial Installation Solutions System Design Level 1 course will focus on introducing participants to the MA/PA-series of amplifiers for single/dual zone applications plus integration with the XDA-series MultiCast products. Level 2 offers an in depth discussion of the MTX-series digital signal processors, programming of the MTX Editor software and designing a user-interface using ProVisionaire. Integration with other devices using Audinate’s Dante digital audio network protocol is also covered.

At the end of the training, participants are encouraged to submit their own MTX Editor configuration files based on the scenarios discussed during the sessions for validation testing on the actual hardware. Successful participants will have demonstrated sufficient knowledge of scoping, designing and programming MTX-series DSP’s and will receive Yamaha Audioversity certification.

Three dates are scheduled for this Audioversity series of events and, with places limited, registration to attend is requested in advance.

Melbourne – Wednesday 24 July

Brisbane – Thursday 18 July

Brisbane – Wednesday 17 July

Sydney - Thursday 11 July

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