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Karl Winkler

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Making Wireless Work - Syn Aud Con Seminar in September
« on: August 01, 2016, 09:29:48 am »

Making Wireless Work - Losing the Wires Without Losing Your Mind

If you're not aware of this seminar and you work with wireless microphones, please check it out!

Instructors are: Eric Reese (Sennheiser), James Stoffo (Radioactive Designs), Tim Vear (Shure) and Karl Winkler (Lectrosonics).

This is the 3rd class we've held, and the first two were really well attended and we got excellent feedback.

September 12 - 13 in Newark, NJ

Details here: http://www.prosoundtraining.com/site/making-wireless-work/

Here's a review by Curt Taipale: http://www.prosoundtraining.com/site/news/making-wireless-work-seminar-review/
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Karl Winkler

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Re: Making Wireless Work - Syn Aud Con Seminar in September
« Reply #1 on: September 07, 2016, 10:23:32 am »

Just a reminder that this workshop is one week from yesterday!

Making Wireless Work - Losing the Wires Without Losing Your Mind

If you're not aware of this seminar and you work with wireless microphones, please check it out!

Instructors are: Eric Reese (Sennheiser), James Stoffo (Radio Active Designs), Tim Vear (Shure) and Karl Winkler (Lectrosonics).

This is the 3rd class we've held, and the first two were really well attended and we got excellent feedback.

September 12 - 13 in Newark, NJ

Details here: http://www.prosoundtraining.com/site/making-wireless-work/

Here's a review by Curt Taipale: http://www.prosoundtraining.com/site/news/making-wireless-work-seminar-review/
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