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HARMAN Online Training Courses and Webinars


During this unprecedented period HARMAN are offering a series of pro audio training webinars from industry experts. Please note pre-registration is required for most events.  (In addition Martin by HARMAN professional lighting training and webinars are listed here.)

01 June, 20:00 (BST)

Transitioning Between Studio and Live Environments with Mike Sutherland

 LIVE WORKSHOP LEARNING SESSION 

This webinar will focus on best practices for transitioning between live and studio environments. Topics will include different EQ and dynamics settings for each space, as well as how to get in the right headspace for each listening environment.

After attending Musicians Institute, Mike worked as a House Engineer at Total Access Recording in Redondo Beach, California for six years. In 2012, he began touring as a front of house engineer. He is currently the Tour Manager and Front of House Engineer for Sublime with Rome.



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02 June, 11:00 (BST)

JBL | VTX LAC & Performance Manager Module 1 (EMEA)

 HARMAN UNIVERSITY VIRTUAL CLASSROOM TECHNICAL TRAINING COURSE 

This course will cover:

  • A12 and A8 Tecnology
  • Line Array Calculator set up
  • Performance Manager set up

Please note if you don't already have a log-in, you will first need to sign up for a HARMAN Professional University account to view the course catalogue and to register for a course.

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03 June, 11:00 (BST)

JBL | CBT Technology (EMEA)

 HARMAN UNIVERSITY VIRTUAL CLASSROOM TECHNICAL TRAINING COURSE 

This live webinar will cover:

  • Introduction to column speakers and array physics
  • Details on Constant Beamwidth Technology and how it differs from other columns
  • Overview of JBL CBT Series and accessories
  • How to use the CBT Calculator
  • General tips on CBT applications with examples

Please note if you don't already have a log-in, you will first need to sign up for a HARMAN Professional University account to view the course catalogue and to register for a course.

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03 June, 18:00 (BST)

Soundcraft Vi1000 Basic Training, with Gabriel Le Roux

 LIVE WORKSHOP LEARNING SESSION 

Intended for novices with some digital mixing experience, this webinar will serve as an introduction to the layout and workflow of Soundcraft Vi Series mixing consoles.

Gabriel Le Roux is a professional monitor and recording engineer based in Johannesburg, South Africa. Gabriel’s 17 years of industry experience include studio work, large-scale live sound production, broadcast integration for Studer, and training and product support for Soundcraft South Africa.

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04 June, 11:00 (BST)

Soundcraft | Vi Consoles - Module 1 (EMEA)

 HARMAN UNIVERSITY VIRTUAL CLASSROOM TECHNICAL TRAINING COURSE 

Explore the Soundcraft Vi consoles in this session with topics covering technical specification, designs, and software demonstration.

Please note if you don't already have a log-in, you will first need to sign up for a HARMAN Professional University account to view the course catalogue and to register for a course.

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04 June, 18:00 (BST)

Headroom of a Sound System with Jan van Zyl

 LIVE WORKSHOP LEARNING SESSION 

The headroom of a sound system is a deliberate choice made by the mixing engineer. Learn how to achieve ideal headroom by examining audio content characteristics, desired listening level, and the nominal levels and clipping points of equipment.

Jan van Zyl is a South African sound engineer experienced in sound system setup, front of house mixing and radio broadcast. Jan started teaching sound engineering in 2001, developing course content over the years, based on extensive continuous research and his own industry experience.

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05 June, 18:00 (BST)

Soundcraft Vi1000 Advanced Training, with Gabriel Le Roux

 LIVE WORKSHOP LEARNING SESSION 

This webinar will cover advanced features of Soundcraft Vi consoles that improve workflow, speed and the overall mixing experience. Previous Vi experience is recommended, and attendees will need a thorough understanding of digital workflows.

Gabriel Le Roux is a professional monitor and recording engineer based in Johannesburg, South Africa. Gabriel’s 17 years of industry experience include studio work, large-scale live sound production, broadcast integration for Studer, and training and product support for Soundcraft South Africa.

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08 June, 18:00 (BST)

Soundcraft Vi1000 Monitor Training, with Gabriel Le Roux

 LIVE WORKSHOP LEARNING SESSION 

Designed for professional monitor engineers, this webinar will take an in-depth look at how to effectively set up and utilize the monitor section, solo options, input priority and talkback features of Soundcraft Vi Series consoles.

Gabriel Le Roux is a professional monitor and recording engineer based in Johannesburg, South Africa. Gabriel’s 17 years of industry experience include studio work, large-scale live sound production, broadcast integration for Studer, and training and product support for Soundcraft South Africa.

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09 June, 11:00 (BST)

JBL | VTX LAC & Performance Manager Module 2 (EMEA)

 HARMAN UNIVERSITY VIRTUAL CLASSROOM TECHNICAL TRAINING COURSE 

This course will cover:

  • VTX Subs
  • Sub Management
  • EDS, LAC and PM set up

Please note if you don't already have a log-in, you will first need to sign up for a HARMAN Professional University account to view the course catalogue and to register for a course.

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10 June, 11:00 (BST)

Audio Architect | Module 1 - How to set up a venue

 HARMAN UNIVERSITY VIRTUAL CLASSROOM TECHNICAL TRAINING COURSE 

This course will include a walkthrough on how to set up a venue in Audio Architect.

Please note if you don't already have a log-in, you will first need to sign up for a HARMAN Professional University account to view the course catalogue and to register for a course.

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11 June, 11:00 (BST)

Soundcraft | Vi Consoles - Module 2 (EMEA)

 HARMAN UNIVERSITY VIRTUAL CLASSROOM TECHNICAL TRAINING COURSE 

This course will cover: Snapshot Isolation use Tielines User pages VCA AUX use

Please note if you don't already have a log-in, you will first need to sign up for a HARMAN Professional University account to view the course catalogue and to register for a course.

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12 June, 17:00 (BST)

Getting Started in Live Sound with the Soundcraft Ui24R with Pete Alcock

 LIVE WORKSHOP LEARNING SESSION 

This webinar will explain how to set up the Soundcraft Ui24R for live mixing with an in-depth exploration of the interface, optimization tips for clarity and speed of operation, suggested outboard equipment, and how to cope with the unexpected.

Based in Bournemouth, UK, Pete Alcock is a veteran sound engineer who trained with BBC Radio in the 80s. In recent years, Pete has focused on live sound, recording and mixing for some of the UK’s foremost jazz musicians such as Nigel Price, Jason Rebello, Derek Nash and Chris Rand.


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16 June, 11:00 (BST)

JBL | VTX LAC & Performance Manager Module 3 (EMEA)

 HARMAN UNIVERSITY VIRTUAL CLASSROOM TECHNICAL TRAINING COURSE 

This course will cover Line Array Theory and advanced LAC and PM usage

Please note if you don't already have a log-in, you will first need to sign up for a HARMAN Professional University account to view the course catalogue and to register for a course.

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17 June, 11:00 (BST)

Installed Audio | Hi Impedance Speaker Lines (EMEA)

 HARMAN UNIVERSITY VIRTUAL CLASSROOM TECHNICAL TRAINING COURSE 

This live instructor-led course will cover the factors concerned with running low voltage speaker systems.


Please note if you don't already have a log-in, you will first need to sign up for a HARMAN Professional University account to view the course catalogue and to register for a course.

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18 June, 11:00 (BST)

Cinema Audio | Product Overview (EMEA)

 HARMAN UNIVERSITY VIRTUAL CLASSROOM TECHNICAL TRAINING COURSE 

This course will deliver a technical overview of the Harman Professional Cinema portfolio

Please note if you don't already have a log-in, you will first need to sign up for a HARMAN Professional University account to view the course catalogue and to register for a course.

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22 June, 11:00 (BST)

Soundcraft | Vi Consoles - Module 2 (EMEA)

 HARMAN UNIVERSITY VIRTUAL CLASSROOM TECHNICAL TRAINING COURSE 

This course will cover:

  • Snapshot Isolation use
  • Tielines
  • User pages
  • VCA AUX use

Please note if you don't already have a log-in, you will first need to sign up for a HARMAN Professional University account to view the course catalogue and to register for a course.

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23 June, 11:00 (BST)

JBL | Intellivox, Theory & Deployment (EMEA)

 HARMAN UNIVERSITY VIRTUAL CLASSROOM TECHNICAL TRAINING COURSE 

This instructor-led course will cover the Theory and Deployment of the JBL Intellivox speaker systems


Please note if you don't already have a log-in, you will first need to sign up for a HARMAN Professional University account to view the course catalogue and to register for a course.

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24 June, 11:00 (BST)

Audio Architect | Module 2 - Design Tips and Tricks (EMEA)

 HARMAN UNIVERSITY VIRTUAL CLASSROOM TECHNICAL TRAINING COURSE 

Looking at some lesser known design tricks with Audio Architect


Please note if you don't already have a log-in, you will first need to sign up for a HARMAN Professional University account to view the course catalogue and to register for a course.

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25 June, 11:00 (BST)

Cinema Audio | Design & Specification (EMEA)

 HARMAN UNIVERSITY VIRTUAL CLASSROOM TECHNICAL TRAINING COURSE 

This course will cover the Design & Specification requirements for Cinema Audio

Please note if you don't already have a log-in, you will first need to sign up for a HARMAN Professional University account to view the course catalogue and to register for a course.

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Archived Previous Sessions

29 May, 18:00 (BST)

The Evolution of Digital Audio Signal Transport with Thomas Hejnicki

 LIVE WORKSHOP LEARNING SESSION 

This webinar will detail the most popular digital audio protocols from the last 35 years, outlining the characteristics of standards like AES3, AES10, AES67, Dante, AVB and more, to develop a concise overview of the field.

27 May, 13:00 (BST)

BSS | Soundweb London programming basics with Audio Architect (EMEA)

 HARMAN UNIVERSITY VIRTUAL CLASSROOM TECHNICAL TRAINING COURSE 

This Online class offers an opportunity to become fluent with Audio Architect for tackling new and existing projects.

This course provides a useful supplement to the existing Harman  Professional University resources

Topics Include

  • Application installation
  • Application options
  • Venue Explorer
  • Adding devices
  • Configuration view
  • Wiring
  • Signal Name Following
  • Wire Tags
  • DSP usage
  • BLU Link digital audio bus
  • Links
  • Presets
  • Control ports
  • Going online
  • Saving the Venue
  • Dante digital audio
  • Dante and BLU Link
  • External word clock

27 May, 11:00 (BST)

Installed Audio | High Impedance Speaker Lines

 HARMAN UNIVERSITY VIRTUAL CLASSROOM TECHNICAL TRAINING COURSE 

This course will cover the factors concerned with running low voltage speaker systems.

26 May, 19:00 (BST)

Digital Audio Conversion - "Let's Go Digital" with Al Crain

 LIVE WORKSHOP LEARNING SESSION 

This webinar will lay out the basics of digital audio conversion, including how analog signals are converted and processed, why digital audio is converted back to analog before reaching the loudspeaker, and the importance of DAC quality.

Al Crain has worked in the AV industry for more than 20 years, including roles at SeaWorld and various AV integrators before becoming a Technical Trainer for HARMAN in 2008. With a passion for high-fidelity sound reproduction and course instruction, Al holds CompTIA CTT+ and AVIXA CTS certifications.

22 May, 17:00 (BST)

The History of Live Sound: Part 2 with Andy Coules

 LIVE WORKSHOP LEARNING SESSION 

This two-part webinar will document the key developments and visionary innovators that paved the way to the modern sound system. Part two will cover the modern pioneers who helped usher in the golden age of live sound.

Andy Coules is a sound engineer who tours the world with a diverse array of acts in a wide range of musical genres. He also writes articles for various print magazines and created a live sound course that he's taught in London, Hong Kong and Algeria.

22 May, 11:00 (BST)

Soundcraft Vi Consoles, Module 2

 HARMAN UNIVERSITY VIRTUAL CLASSROOM TECHNICAL TRAINING COURSE 

This webinar will cover:

  • Snapshot isolation use
  • Tielines
  • User pages
  • AUX VCA use

20 May, 17:00 (BST)

The History of Live Sound Part 1 with Andy Coules

#LIVEWEBINAR

This two-part webinar will document the key developments and visionary innovators that paved the way to the modern sound system. Part one will cover the 90-year period from the invention of the microphone to the first stadium concert.

19 May, 17:00 (BST)

STI & Speech Intelligibility with Nick Screen

Speech is an essential part of everyday communication. But what is speech intelligibility, and why is it important for sound systems? In this webinar, we will investigate this in detail and discuss the prediction and measurement of STI.