Truth In Audio (TIA), a unique academy that has joined forces with manufacturers and a diverse variety of highly experienced professionals from many facets of pro audio to meet provide unique, relevant education, has announced that it will be presenting its Level 1 Foundational Training later this month (January) in Southern California.
Specific dates include:
Tuesday, January 15
Schubert Systems Group
7325 Hinds Avenue
North Hollywood, CA
Wednesday, January 16
Goodman Audio Services
9916 Pioneer Blvd, Santa Fe Springs, CA
Friday, January 18
Mastermind Production Group,
22775 Savi Ranch Pkwy, Yorba Linda, CA
TIA Level 1 Foundational Training provides attendees with a high-level view of important topics of the audio industry, ranging from the purely technical to the anecdotal, in order to better prepare them for the workforce while also providing continuous opportunities to enhance their capabilities. Topics include:
— Proper gain structure and signal flow from analog to digital
— Using ancillary tools (plugins, mics and more)
— The bridge between front of house and sound systems
— Loudspeaker design topology
— Using today’s modern systems
— The art of tuning
— And many more
All training sessions begin at 9 am (sharp), and lunch is provided for attendees onsite. Opportunities to network with peers and instructors are also provided. Cost to attend is $199.
TIA was founded last year by live audio veteran Bernie Broderick, who has served as a trainer for some of the largest manufacturers (L-Acoustics, EAW and others) in pro audio over several decades, and he’s bringing that expertise, plus more, to the new venture.
“TIA is poised to fill the gap that exists between entry-level, internship, and manufacturer-based training,” he explains. “Those who are interested in getting into or advancing in this business now have a clearly defined educational choice, and manufacturers have an ally with a solid reputation upon which they can rely.”
The foundation of the training is based on Broderick’s personal experience and philosophy. Be sure to check out the recent Signal To Noise Podcast (here) featuring Bernie to gain further insights into his training approach.