Allen & Heath has announced that it will have an expanded presence at the upcoming NAMM 2020 Show at the Anaheim Convention Center, presenting the full breadth of its product line-up at booth #11110, including an array of I/O and audio networking hardware as well as a range of new compact 48 kHz/96 kHz Dante interfaces.
Live sound console training will be offered this year as well led by veteran FOH and monitor engineer Michael Bangs (Aerosmith, Eric Clapton, Katy Perry, et al.) hosting hands-on interactive sessions on mixing techniques for festivals, houses of worship, and other live applications. Multiple dLive certification sessions round out the training, all held in Room 209A.
The company will also present TEC Tracks sessions on Saturday, June 4 in Room 204A. Allen & Heath USA marketing director Jeff Hawley is addressing “Selecting the Right Sound System and/or Installer for Your House of Worship” at 11 am followed by Allen & Heath USA manager – commercial audio samantha Potter presenting “Dialing in the Mix: FOH, Streaming and Beyond for Houses of Worship” at 12 pm.
Allen & Heath systems will be deployed across NAMM, including an Avantis at the NAMM Loudspeaker System Showcase mixing loudspeakers from several different companies in a demo room in the North Hall. In addition, the ADJ Arena Plaza stage will be outfitted with a dLive S5000 and DM48 MixRack at FOH and Avantis at monitors, provided by Akroz Professional.
The company has also been selected as a finalist in the 37th annual TEC Awards with the dLive CTi1500 in the Small Format Console Technology category. And, Avantis is nominated for in the Indispensible Audio Technology category in the Parnelli Awards.
“We are all thrilled to be back with all our friends and colleagues in Anaheim this year,” says Hawley. “We’re all ready to show off new tech, mingle and hang and catch up—and kick our presence at NAMM up a few levels for the big return to in-person for 2022.”
Find out more at the Allen & Heath NAMM home page here.