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RME Hosting Audio Networking Solutions Workshop At Westlake Pro

Held in North Hollywood, California this Wednesday Feb. 27, the workshop will take an in-depth look at Dante, MADI and AVB.

RME and Ferrofish will host a workshop titled “Unraveling Audio Networking: An In-Depth Look at Dante, AVB and MADI,” at Westlake Pro in North Hollywood, California, this Wednesday February 27 from 12-3pm PST.

Derek Badala, who serves as director of sales for Synthax, RME and Ferrofish’s distributor, will host the workshop, discussing the new go-to systems and delving into the advantages each system has to offer, explaining how to best employ them in your setup. Additionally, attendees can RSVP and check in for a chance to win an RME Digiface Dante (a $1,499 value). To RSVP, click here.

AVIXA members will receive two Certified Technology Specialists renewal units for attending the workshop.

“RME continues to be on the forefront of audio networking,” Badala says. “While these systems might be new to some users, they offer a plethora of benefits, including minimizing setup times and working with less cables, not to mention they are easy to operate. This workshop will focus what each system has to offer and help you find which system best suits your needs.”

The RME M-32 AD Pro and M-32 DA Pro 32-channel 192 kHz converters with AVB interfaces, Digitface Dante and Digiface AVB interfaces, and Ferrofish PULSE 16 DX Dante compatible AD/DA, MADI and ADAT converters will be on showcase during the Westlake Pro workshop.



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