|Cadac Electronics Plc has extended its successful series of technical
seminars, announcing a new programme for 2002. Kicking off on 23 January at
Cadac's UK premises in Luton, the 2002 schedule is focusing on quality
engineering for live sound applications - combining practical presentations
on balancing and shielding, EMC, gain structure, as well as comparisons
between digital and analogue console design approaches. The monthly seminar
series is designed to provide sound operators, engineers, designers,
installers and consultants with an invaluable insight into key engineering
and design issues, based on Cadac's extensive design expertise. The
seminars are led by sound and console design expert Tony Waldron, formerly
Head of Sound at London's Royal National Theatre.
The Cadac Sound Seminars for 2002 reflect Cadac's corporate philosophy of sharing information and providing an educational framework, covering the spectrum of professional sound topics. The popular 2001 programme included a series of presentations in Luton, as well as a number of regional events. The Cadac team staged seminars during the 2001 PALA show in Singapore, hosted by Sennheiser Asia. Entitled Quality by Design, these took place in front of a specially invited audience of around 20 sound designers and consultants. Sebastian Wong of Sennheiser Asia commented: "The feedback from participants was very positive. It is the Cadac team's willingness to share their experiences that makes the seminars most interesting and useful."
Cadac seminars were also held in the US - at Masque Sound and Recording, ProMix, and Sound Associates in New York - and in Stockholm, alongside the LLB show in October.