Dynacord celebrates academy success
Dynacord has reported the successful completion of training academies in Dubai and Straubing, after receiving positive feedback from participants.
Eleven audio specialists from Saudi Arabia, Lebanon, the United Arab Emirates, and Egypt attended a Dynacord Academy in Dubai from July 7 to 9. The three-day workshop, devoted to the Dynacord Promatrix 4000, was based on a new training concept whereby not only the theoretical advantages of a modern approach to hardware and software design but also the practical application of the new technology explored.
The Academy was held in Bosch’s Dubai offices and aimed to teach attendees to design their own systems on short notice, make them operational, and identify and correct any faults.
"The concept proved a total success," reported Nils Schächtele, product manager for Dynacord PI–ELA, who conducted the seminars. "In the course of three days, the participants made tremendous progress."
The same principles were applied at Dynacord’s ProLive Academy in Straubing from July 20 to 22. The academy was designed to provide 11 German customers from the mobile audio sector and rental business an opportunity to broaden their experience and acquire a more profound understanding of the technology behind Dynacord systems like the Cobra and the VariLine.
"We made the most efficient use possible of the available time," said Oliver Sahm, director of the Technical Support team, ProAudio EMEA. "The feedback from customers attending the academy was excellent – especially since the workshops dealt with, and provided solutions to, some of the core problems faced by rental companies in Germany today: how to comply with the increasingly strict regulations on sound emission levels and how to target low-frequency radiation through the use of cardioid bass setups."