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L-Acoustics Announces Slate Of 2009 Product & System Training Seminars
The training seminars offer a blend of theoretical knowledge and installation procedures
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L-Acoustics has announced its new 2009 training seminar schedule, with seminars designed for both technicians and mixing engineers, and encompassing the fundamental aspects of Wavefront Sculpture Technology (WST), system integration, setup, and design. 

Specifically, the training seminars offer a blend of theoretical knowledge (day 1) and installation procedures (day 2) in order to operate and optimize WST systems in a safe and controlled environment. 

System seminars can be extended to a third day dedicated to the SOUNDVISION 3D simulation software, used exclusively to model L-Acoustics systems.

Seminars also cover KIVA, dV-DOSC, KUDO and V-DOSC as well as the LA amplified controller platform and the LA Network Manager software. 

Seminars will take place at L-Acoustics headquarters in Marcoussis (France) and are available in both French and English. At the end of each training seminar each participant will receive a certificate of attendance.

To find out more about the L-Acoustics training seminars schedule and costs, go to

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