The Meyer Sound education team is launching a summer educational webinar program beginning on Monday, June 22, with content designed to offer a natural progression of subject matter that includes project case studies and specialty tools across all industry verticals.
“We have received overwhelmingly positive feedback to our webinar program over the past few months,” says John McMahon, Meyer Sound senior vice president. “It has been exciting to engage with our global network online while we are unable to connect in person, so we look forward to continuing the momentum this summer.”
While the program follows the same schedule as the spring season with English language webinars hosted Monday, Wednesday, and Friday and Spanish language webinars Tuesday and Thursday, the summer program will add special roundtable discussions including a “Festival Fridays.”
For the English language webinars, the week will start off with “Encores” that revisit past technical webinars, moderated by Meyer Sound senior technical support & education specialist Merlijn van Veen. Webinars such as the upcoming “Meyer Sound Precision Toolset” on Monday, June 22 are designed to provide attendees practical knowledge for honing skills. Wednesday webinars will visit new technical topics not previously covered in past online trainings.
Special guests will be invited to join on Fridays for case studies and to discuss their experiences and knowledge within the entertainment, production and professional audio industries. Tuesday and Thursday Spanish language webinars will follow a similar format, which approach technical subjects and offer discussions with Spanish-speaking industry professionals.
Foraccess to these course offerings, click on the Zoom link (here) at the scheduled times to join the English sessions, and click on the Zoom link (here) at the scheduled times for the Spanish sessions.
Sessions run approximately one hour, are free and no registration is required. Upcoming training sessions are listed in the Meyer Sound Facebook events calendar and the Training page of the Meyer Sound website. The webinars are recorded and archived on YouTube here.