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Pete Erskine

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Wireless Workbench How to to everything videos.....
« on: April 03, 2018, 10:01:07 pm »

This is info from an email I received from Sam Drazen at Shure. It has a link to a huge collection of how to videos on WWB.  I am blown away by the effectiveness and short videos each on a different subject.

I made some videos about WWB/IAS walk through, comparisons, and others covering general RF coordination topics which are available on .  my scans page HERE

Sam created a series of WWB tutorial videos for training/education purposes which will help you get the most out of WWB6.   They can be viewed here:  Each of the tutorials covers one of a number of topics related to wireless device management, and many of which focus on frequency coordination.

What else do you want videos about...
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Re: Wireless Workbench How to to everything videos.....
« Reply #1 on: April 03, 2018, 10:04:59 pm »

This is info from an email I received from Sam Drazen at Shure. It has a link to a huge collection of how to videos on WWB.  I am blown away by the effectiveness and short videos each on a different subject.

I made some videos about WWB/IAS walk through, comparisons, and others covering general RF coordination topics which are available on .  my scans page HERE

Sam created a series of WWB tutorial videos for training/education purposes which will help you get the most out of WWB6.   They can be viewed here:  Each of the tutorials covers one of a number of topics related to wireless device management, and many of which focus on frequency coordination.
 
If you have any feedback you have about whether this style of video is useful, and if so, what other topics you think could be helpful to cover.  I'll pass them on to Sam.

Thanks for posting this, Pete!
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Re: Wireless Workbench How to to everything videos.....
« Reply #2 on: April 03, 2018, 11:02:26 pm »

Thanks for posting this, Pete!
Also, thanks for sharing, Pete!
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Re: Wireless Workbench How to to everything videos.....
« Reply #3 on: July 25, 2018, 12:19:01 pm »

I'd love help creating new equipment profiles when the specs aren't readily available and/or manufacturers come out with new propducts.

I.e. In my case, I'd like help creating a new "DE2" band for Audio technica 3000 (470-530) and setting up MiPro 909 IEMs (480-544).  I can obviously plug in their tuning bandwidth (and in the case of the AT, I can dupe settings for the previous gen 3000 series), but dont know what to put for filtering, channel spacing, and intermod tabs when that data is not provided by the manufacturer -- at least not in a way that obviously correlates. 

Edit: AT actually sent me WWB parameters for new 3000 and 5000. Pasting here
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Re: Wireless Workbench How to to everything videos.....
« Reply #4 on: August 14, 2018, 09:46:32 am »

Sam created a series of WWB tutorial videos for training/education purposes which will help you get the most out of WWB6.   They can be viewed here: 

Thanks for the shoutout, Pete!

Hi all, Sam from Shure here.  To echo Pete, my goal was to create a library of short, digestible videos to help break down some of the more complex or lesser known features of WWB.  Each video is around 5-10m, and focuses on one primary topic.

Also, the videos have been organized into a few playlists to help you find what you're looking for quickly:

Please let me know if there are any additional topics, workflows, or demos you think would make a helpful video, and we will get on it.  The best way to let us know is to comment in the video comments on YouTube.
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