Upcoming events

    • 06 Jan 2020
    • 12:00 PM
    • 10 Jan 2020
    • 6:30 PM
    • Royal Central School of Speech and Drama
    Register


    Join us for the third ASD Winter School, this time it's bigger than ever.

    We are back at RCSSD in Swiss Cottage.

    A link to their Google Maps Page is here.


    The nearest tube is Swiss Cottage, parking is extremely limited. 

    This event is organised by the ASD and is eligible for Travel Assistance*. Find out more via the website.

    We will have 4 sessions a day in the Embassy Theatre, plus 4 Corporate Members each day will be on hand to explain their latest innovations.

    This ticket will give you access to every day's activities, giving you the freedom to plan your week.

    Each Day has a different, specially curated theme.

    Each seminar is described in more detail on the individual event page for that seminar.

    Monday: Sound Design

    13:00-14:30

    Melanie Wilson opens the week with a special insight to her unique approach to sound design.

    15:00-16:30

    Ben and Max Ringham share their secrets for designing as a team and tell us a little about their unique approach to designing sound led performances.

    17:00-22:00

    Trade Secrets: Backstage Tour The Duchess of Malfi, Almeida Theatre

    Join the team at the Almeida as they show your round their latest performance, The Duchess of Malfi.

    Tuesday: Systems and Technology

    10:30-12:00

    Systems and timing

    Phil Wright takes us on a journey of system timing and tuning.

    13:00-14:30

    L'Acoustics

    Join the team at L'Acoustics as they show you how to put that knowledge into practice with their L-ISA system.

    15:00-16:30

    Sound Design in amazing spaces: Contextualising the theory

    Scott Willsallen discusses how to take all that information and apply it in a creative and extraordinary way to your events.

    17:00-18:30

    VectorWorks: Planning your systems.

    Join Tom Winter as he guides you through documenting and planning your systems.


    Wednesday: Sustaining the Future of Sound

    10:30-12:00

    d&b: Environmental Choices in a tech led world.

    How can we innovate and reduce our environmental impact? Join d&b and they explain how they manage to create their innovative products while still protecting the environment.

    13:00-14:30

    Audience Manipulation: Sound Design in a modern world.

    Join Sarah Angliss as she gives us an insight into her process.

    17:30-18:30

    Future of Theatre Audio Panel

    Hosted by Melanie Wilson, this panel aims to identify how modern practitioners can survive and thrive.


    Thursday: Co-Operation and Integration

    10:30-12:00 

    Story telling: Transferring Sound Design to different mediums.

    Kirsty Gilmore walks us through the techniques of designing for different mediums

    13:00-14:30

    Designing for musicals: Q&A with Richard Brooker

    Richard Brooker delves into desiging for musicals in this change to the usual semainr format. Richard will answer your questions in a relaxed and informal setting. Please email us if you you would like to let Richard know your question in advance.

    15:00-16:30

    Integrating your systems

    Dan Murphin looks at the practical interfaces between sound, lighting and video systems and shares his tips for keeping it all together

    Friday: Personal Development

    10:30-11:30

    Building a Brand

    Autograph Sound is a brand that has sustained it's self through the massive industry changes of the last 40 years. Find out what the team believes is the secret of their success and learn how you can apply that to your own brand.

    12:00-13:00

    You're number 1! Now What...

    Join Roisine Mamdani as she gets to grips with the team building side of being a number one in the West End.

    14:00-15:00

    Tax and You

    Join the team from Will Taylor Accountancy as they guide you through the finer details of tax compliance. Got a burning tax question? Email us.

    15:00-16:00

    What is PLI and When do I need it?

    Join the team from Performance as they discuss what your PLI is for, what Indemnity is and when you might need extra cover. Got an insurance related question? Email us.

    16:30-18:30

    Sound Recognition Discussion with Equity

    Join us for an open discussion with Equity.


    The Tech Hub

    Just when you thought we had no more to give! Join our amazing Corporate Members in the Tech Hub to share their expertise. The list is not yet definitive, so be sure to check in regularly to see who's joining us.

    Monday: Meyer, HD Pro

    Tuesday: Sennheiser, LaAcoustics, DiGiCo, Riedel

    Wednesday: Shure, Wavetool, d&b, Yamaha,

    Thursday: DPA, QLab, EM Accoustics, AVID

    Friday: Outboard, KV2, Clear Com

    Got a specific Query? Book a slot via the individual Booking forms on the day event pages.


    Small Print:

    Please note, the ASD reserves the right to make changes to the programme without prior notice. Such alterations may occasionally be necessary due to circumstances beyond our control.

    All events will be filmed and photographed - your presence confirms your permission for the ASD to use any images or recordings of you in our publicity materials and seminar archive.

    The ASD does not accept responsibility for anyone acting as a result of information or views expressed on its training courses including course material. Opinions expressed are those of individual trainers and not necessarily those of the ASD. Participants should take professional advice when dealing with specific situations.

    Travel Assistance Scheme

    If you are an ASD member living more than 50 miles from where the ASD are holding a training session, the ASD may pay part of your travel costs to get you there.

    Professional, Associate and NCO members may receive 33% of the cost of the price paid for rail travel, up to the cost of 33% of a standard saver return rail fare.

    Future Professional members may receive 50% of the cost of the price paid for rail travel, up to the cost of 50% of a standard saver return rail fare with a Young Persons Rail Card.

    If you travel by means other than train, please submit relevant receipts, but the maximums above will still apply.

    • 07 Jan 2020
    • 10:00 AM - 6:30 PM
    • Royal Central School of Speech and Drama
    Register


    Join us for the third ASD Winter School, this time it's bigger than ever.

    We are back at RCSSD in Swiss Cottage.

    A link to their Google Maps Page is here.


    The nearest tube is Swiss Cottage, parking is extremely limited. 

    This event is organised by the ASD and is eligible for Travel Assistance*. Members can f ind out more via the Travel Assistance page of the website.

    We will have 4 sessions a day in the Embassy Theatre, plus 4 Corporate Members each day will be on hand to explain their latest innovations.

    This ticket will give you access to every event on Tuesday, giving you the freedom to take a look at all there is to offer.


    Tuesday: Systems and Technology

    10:30-12:00

    Sound System Alignment with Phil Wright


    Sound designer Phil Wright leads this session, A 101 for beginners on sound system optimisation, avoiding comb filtering and maximising intelligibility.

    Phil Wright has enjoyed two and a half decades in the Pro Audio Industry, specialising as a Sound Designer for large scale Classical / Concert / Broadcast / Dance / Cinema & Operatic productions.

    After training at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama, Phil spent the early part of his career working at Sound By Design Ltd, during which time he handled the prestigious Royal Albert Hall in- house sound contract. From 2000-2012 Phil also managed the SBD team handling the BBC Proms live sound requirements.

    In 2012 Phil went freelance to concentrate on the design & mixing side of his career, and Phil Wright Sound Limited was founded. In this new role Phil has continued to work with artistes, producers and companies of repute to produce award winning productions around the globe.

    Recent credits include:

    Ministry Of Sound – “The Annual Classical” – UK / Europe & World Touring.  Hawkwind “In Search of Utopia” with Orchestra – UK Tour.  Barrie Humphries – A Weimar Cabaret – Barbican Theatre, London, Sir Paul McCartney’s “Ecce Cor Meum” – Royal Albert Hall / Carnegie Hall.  Not The Messiah, He’s A Very Naughty Boy” – 40th Aniv. Monty Python Show – DVD/Cinema.  

    13:00-14:30

    L'Acoustics

    Join the team at L'Acoustics as they show you how to put that knowledge into practice with their L-ISA system.

    15:00-16:30


    Sound Design in amazing spaces: Contextualising the theory

    Scott Willsallen discusses how to take all that information and apply it in a creative and extraordinary way to your events.

    17:00-18:30

    VectorWorks: Planning your systems.

    Tom Winter guides us through documenting and planning your systems and demystifies some of Vector Works newest features along the way. 


    The Tech Hub

    Just when you thought we had no more to give! Join our amazing Corporate Members in the Tech Hub to share their expertise. The list is not yet definitive, so be sure to check in regularly to see who's joining us.

    Tuesday: Sennheiser, LaAcoustics, DiGiCo, Riedel

    Got a specific Query? Book a slot via the individual Booking forms on the day event pages.


    Small Print:

    Please note, the ASD reserves the right to make changes to the programme without prior notice. Such alterations may occasionally be necessary due to circumstances beyond our control.

    All events will be filmed and photographed - your presence confirms your permission for the ASD to use any images or recordings of you in our publicity materials and seminar archive.

    The ASD does not accept responsibility for anyone acting as a result of information or views expressed on its training courses including course material. Opinions expressed are those of individual trainers and not necessarily those of the ASD. Participants should take professional advice when dealing with specific situations.

    Travel Assistance Scheme

    If you are an ASD member living more than 50 miles from where the ASD are holding a training session, the ASD may pay part of your travel costs to get you there.

    Professional, Associate and NCO members may receive 33% of the cost of the price paid for rail travel, up to the cost of 33% of a standard saver return rail fare.

    Future Professional members may receive 50% of the cost of the price paid for rail travel, up to the cost of 50% of a standard saver return rail fare with a Young Persons Rail Card.

    If you travel by means other than train, please submit relevant receipts, but the maximums above will still apply.

    • 08 Jan 2020
    • 10:00 AM - 6:30 PM
    • Royal Central School of Speech and Drama
    Register


    Join us for the third ASD Winter School, this time it's bigger than ever.

    We are back at RCSSD in Swiss Cottage.

    A link to their Google Maps Page is here.


    The nearest tube is Swiss Cottage, parking is extremely limited. 

    This event is organised by the ASD and is eligible for Travel Assistance*. Find out more via the website.

    We will have 4 sessions a day in the Embassy Theatre, plus 4 Corporate Members each day will be on hand to explain their latest innovations.

    This ticket will give you access to everything Wednesday has to offer.

    Wednesday: Sustaining the Future of Sound

    10:30-12:00

    d&b: Environmental Choices in a tech led world.

    How can we innovate and reduce our environmental impact? Join d&b and they explain how they manage to create their innovative products while still protecting the environment.

    13:00-14:30

    ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE 101, PLUS AN ADDICTIVE HISTORY OF BASS

    Sound Designer Sarah Angliss gives an insight into what AI music is, or can be. Sarah will explore what an evolutionary algorithm is and what to say when you're asked about them. She will delve into how to apply the theory to your own work, while also informing the modern techniques with a brief history of how bass has been used to manipulate audiences.

    Sarah Angliss is a sound designer, composer and robotic artist who creates distinctive sounds that blur the boundaries between sound design and musical composition. Sarah’s work reflects her lifelong fascination with ancient music, faded variety acts and defunct machines. Though her music, performance and writing, she explores the uncanny properties of technology, revealing resonances between European folklore and early notions of electricity and sound.

    Honoured to be the recipient of a 2018 Paul Hamyln Foundation Composers Award, Sarah is currently composing Giant, an electroacoustic chamber opera exploring the chilling betrayal of Charles Byrne (librettist Ross Sutherland; director and dramaturg Sarah Fahie). Giant is supported by Snape Music and funded by the Jerwood Charitable Foundation.

    17:30-18:30

    Future of Theatre Audio Panel

    Hosted by Melanie Wilson, this panel aims to identify how modern practitioners can survive and thrive.


    The Tech Hub

    Just when you thought we had no more to give! Join our amazing Corporate Members in the Tech Hub to share their expertise. The list is not yet definitive, so be sure to check in regularly to see who's joining us.

    Wednesday: Shure, Wavetool, d&b, Yamaha,

    Got a specific Query? Book a slot via the individual Booking forms on the day event pages.


    Small Print:

    Please note, the ASD reserves the right to make changes to the programme without prior notice. Such alterations may occasionally be necessary due to circumstances beyond our control.

    All events will be filmed and photographed - your presence confirms your permission for the ASD to use any images or recordings of you in our publicity materials and seminar archive.

    The ASD does not accept responsibility for anyone acting as a result of information or views expressed on its training courses including course material. Opinions expressed are those of individual trainers and not necessarily those of the ASD. Participants should take professional advice when dealing with specific situations.

    Travel Assistance Scheme

    If you are an ASD member living more than 50 miles from where the ASD are holding a training session, the ASD may pay part of your travel costs to get you there.

    Professional, Associate and NCO members may receive 33% of the cost of the price paid for rail travel, up to the cost of 33% of a standard saver return rail fare.

    Future Professional members may receive 50% of the cost of the price paid for rail travel, up to the cost of 50% of a standard saver return rail fare with a Young Persons Rail Card.

    If you travel by means other than train, please submit relevant receipts, but the maximums above will still apply.

    • 09 Jan 2020
    • 10:00 AM - 6:30 PM
    • Royal Central School of Speech and Drama
    Register


    Join us for the third ASD Winter School, this time it's bigger than ever.

    We are back at RCSSD in Swiss Cottage.

    A link to their Google Maps Page is here.


    The nearest tube is Swiss Cottage, parking is extremely limited. 

    This event is organised by the ASD and is eligible for Travel Assistance*. Find out more via the website.

    We will have 4 sessions a day in the Embassy Theatre, plus 4 Corporate Members each day will be on hand to explain their latest innovations.

    This ticket will give you access to every event on Thursday

    Thursday 9th of January

    CO-OPERATION AND INTEGRATION

    10.30AM - 12NOON
    STORY TELLING: TRANSFERRING SOUND DESIGN TO DIFFERENT MEDIUMS

    Sound designer Kirsty Gillmore walks us through the techniques of designing for different mediums.

    Kirsty Gillmore is an experienced sound designer and sound engineer she is also a fully trained classical musician, composer and experienced performer. Her credits include Kill Climate Deniers: The Pleasance Theatre, The Little Prince: Arcola Theatre, Cancel the Sunshine: Hope Theatre, L'Ospedale: Wilton's Music Hall, Murderer: Upstairs at the Gatehouse, The Shadow Formula: Greenwood Theatre.


    1PM - 2.30PM

    DESIGNING FOR MUSICALS: Q&A with Richard Brooker

    Join Richard as he unravels how he designs sound for musicals. In a change to the usual seminar format, Richard will answer your questions, discussing how his career has developed and giving you a unique insight into how he creates the sound environments for his performances. This session aims to create a relaxed and informal atmosphere that will allow attendees to learn as much as possible.

    If you have a question for Richard you can email us in advance, or simply turn upon the day and take advantage of this opportunity to get to the heart of designing for musicals.

    Richard Brooker's credits as sound designer include: Orfeus: Young Vic Theatre, West Side Story: Manchester Royal Exchange 2nd season, How The Grinch Stole Christmas: UK Tour, The Bodyguard: German Tour, West Side Story: Manchester Royal Exchange, Annie: UK Tour, The Bodyguard: UK Tour, Twelfth Night: Young Vic, Benidorm Live: UK Tour, Dusty: UK Tour, Sunshine on Leith: UK Tour, Sunshine on Leith: West Yorkshire Playhouse, Phantom Of The Opera: Staged Symphonic Concert, Moscow. Dreamgirls – West End, Funny Girl - Menier Chocolate Factory, West End & UK Tour, Sweet Charity - Manchester Royal Exchange Theatre, Sister Act - Leicester Curve & UK tour, Xanadu - Southwark Playhouse, Close To You: Bacharach Reimagined - West End & Menier Chocolate Factory, The Last Tango – West End & UK tour, Annie - UK Tour, Bend It Like Beckham – Phoenix Theatre London.


    3PM - 4.30PM
    INTEGRATING YOUR SYSTEMS

    Dan Murphin looks at the practical interfaces between sound, lighting and video systems and shares his tips for keeping it all together


    17:00-18:30

    PANEL DISCUSSION: UK Technical Backstage Entertainment Industry Mental Health Evaluation

    During the Summer of 2019, the biggest survey of backstage professionals was commissioned by industry Associations, ABTT, ALD, ASD, PLASA and PSA. The report has been completed and the results are going to be explained in this panel, hosted by Zoe Milton. Join Dr. Paul Hanna, Mig Burgess and members of the ALD, ASD, ABTT, PLASA and PSA as they discuss how we can use this information to promote positive mental health within the industry and support the members of our industry who are currently coping with a mental health problem. 


    The Tech Hub

    Just when you thought we had no more to give! Join our amazing Corporate Members in the Tech Hub to share their expertise. The list is not yet definitive, so be sure to check in regularly to see who's joining us.

    Thursday: DPA, QLab, AVID

    Got a specific Query? Book a slot via the individual Booking forms.

    Small Print:

    Please note, the ASD reserves the right to make changes to the programme without prior notice. Such alterations may occasionally be necessary due to circumstances beyond our control.

    All events will be filmed and photographed - your presence confirms your permission for the ASD to use any images or recordings of you in our publicity materials and seminar archive.

    The ASD does not accept responsibility for anyone acting as a result of information or views expressed on its training courses including course material. Opinions expressed are those of individual trainers and not necessarily those of the ASD. Participants should take professional advice when dealing with specific situations.

    Travel Assistance Scheme

    If you are an ASD member living more than 50 miles from where the ASD are holding a training session, the ASD may pay part of your travel costs to get you there.

    Professional, Associate and NCO members may receive 33% of the cost of the price paid for rail travel, up to the cost of 33% of a standard saver return rail fare.

    Future Professional members may receive 50% of the cost of the price paid for rail travel, up to the cost of 50% of a standard saver return rail fare with a Young Persons Rail Card.

    If you travel by means other than train, please submit relevant receipts, but the maximums above will still apply.

    • 10 Jan 2020
    • 10:00 AM - 6:30 PM
    • Royal Central School of Speech and Drama
    Register


    Join us for the third ASD Winter School, this time it's bigger than ever.

    We are back at RCSSD in Swiss Cottage.

    A link to their Google Maps Page is here.


    The nearest tube is Swiss Cottage, parking is extremely limited. 

    This event is organised by the ASD and is eligible for Travel Assistance*. Find out more via the website.

    We will have 4 sessions a day in the Embassy Theatre, plus 4 Corporate Members each day will be on hand to explain their latest innovations.

    This Ticket gives you access to everything happening on Friday 10th of January.

    10.30AM - 11.30AM
    BUILDING A BRAND

    Autograph Sound is a brand that has sustained it's self through the massive industry changes of the last 40 years. Find out what the team believes is the secret of their success and learn how you can apply that to your own brand.


    12NOON - 1PM
    YOU'RE NUMBER 1! NOW WHAT...

    Join Roisine Mamdani as she gets to grips with the team building side of being a number one Sound Mixer in the West End.

    Roisine has worked in theatre Sound teams across the country. Her West End credits include, Show Boat, School of Rock, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Sweeney Todd and many more. Roisine is currently mixing The Lion, the Witch and Wardrobe at the Bridge Theatre in London. Heading up a team of three, Roisine has developed skills which have no effect on her mixing, but are essential for a happy team. From interpersonal skills, communication with different departments and knowing how to get the best from your team members, learning how to navigate everyday situations is essential for all team members, especially the No1. 


    2PM - 3PM
    TAX AND YOU

    Join the team from Will Taylor Accountancy as they guide you through the finer details of tax compliance. Got a burning tax question? Email us and they can prepare an answer for you.


    3PM - 4PM
    WHAT IS PUBLIC LIABILITY INSURANCE AND WHEN DO I NEED IT?

    Join the team from Performance as they discuss what your PLI is for, how Professional Indemnity is different, and when you might need extra cover. Got an insurance related question? Email us and they can prepare an answer for you.

    4.30PM - 6.3PM
    SOUND RECOGNITION DISCUSSION WITH EQUITY

    Join us for an open discussion with Equity


    The Tech Hub

    Just when you thought we had no more to give! Join our amazing Corporate Members in the Tech Hub to share their expertise. The list is not yet definitive, so be sure to check in regularly to see who's joining us.


    Friday: Outboard, KV2, Clear Com

    Got a specific Query? Book a slot via the individual Booking forms on the day event pages.


    Small Print:

    Please note, the ASD reserves the right to make changes to the programme without prior notice. Such alterations may occasionally be necessary due to circumstances beyond our control.

    All events will be filmed and photographed - your presence confirms your permission for the ASD to use any images or recordings of you in our publicity materials and seminar archive.

    The ASD does not accept responsibility for anyone acting as a result of information or views expressed on its training courses including course material. Opinions expressed are those of individual trainers and not necessarily those of the ASD. Participants should take professional advice when dealing with specific situations.

    Travel Assistance Scheme

    If you are an ASD member living more than 50 miles from where the ASD are holding a training session, the ASD may pay part of your travel costs to get you there.

    Professional, Associate and NCO members may receive 33% of the cost of the price paid for rail travel, up to the cost of 33% of a standard saver return rail fare.

    Future Professional members may receive 50% of the cost of the price paid for rail travel, up to the cost of 50% of a standard saver return rail fare with a Young Persons Rail Card.

    If you travel by means other than train, please submit relevant receipts, but the maximums above will still apply.

Past events

25 Sep 2019 Back Up Pumpkin Challenge
31 May 2019 Mental Health Awareness Session
06 Dec 2018 Autograph Presents: Wireless Innovations for Theatre
01 Dec 2018 Mind Crafternoon drop-in
23 Nov 2018 TiMax for Musicals Workshop
12 Sep 2018 Clear-Com Seminar with Jason Crystal
31 Aug 2018 OISTAT Cardiff Seminar list
25 Jul 2018 NEXO and AC Audio Theatre Open Day
28 Apr 2018 Trade Secrets: A Backstage Tour of The Encounter
11 Jan 2018 d&b Installation Solutions Product Presentation
05 Jan 2018 New Year Drinks at All Star Lanes Holborn
01 Nov 2017 QLab Training Session
19 Oct 2017 HD Pro Audio Technology Show Case
15 Oct 2017 Autumn Drinks at All Star Lanes Holborn
04 Sep 2017 AutoCAD For Beginners 2 Day Course
23 Aug 2017 NT Sound Surgery
28 Jun 2017 Foley workshop with Tom Espiner
28 Jun 2017 ASD General Meeting
28 Jun 2017 Pin the Mic on the Actor
12 May 2017 Klang 3D Audio Demo with Dante Level 2 Training
23 Apr 2017 The Sound Of Memory Symposium
19 Apr 2017 School of Sound International Symposium.
06 Jan 2017 ASD NY Drinks
30 Nov 2016 Introduction to Dante with Audinate's Keiran Walsh
30 Nov 2016 Introduction to Video for Sound People
23 Nov 2016 Shure Wireless Mastered Seminar
17 Nov 2016 The Sound of Story 2016 An exploration of sound and music in storytelling
09 Nov 2016 Sonic Emotion Absolute 3D Demo Day
30 Oct 2016 Symposium: The National Theatre: A Place for Plays
26 Oct 2016 Ear Opener - unpicking modern classical music
20 Oct 2016 Trade Secrets: A backstage tour of The Bodyguard
19 Oct 2016 Shure Wireless Mastered Seminar
24 Sep 2016 SoundPro
04 Sep 2016 The Summer Social & 5th Birthday Party
31 Aug 2016 Pro Tools for Theatre: Advanced Session.
31 Aug 2016 Pro Tools for Theatre: Confidence builder class.
31 Aug 2016 Shure Wireless Mastered Seminar
05 Jul 2016 Orbital Sound and Nexo ECT1 Training Session
28 Jun 2016 Radio Mic Training Session
23 Jun 2016 In Conversation... Design concept to reality
23 Jun 2016 Payment Plans: A Fees Discussion
23 Jun 2016 Sound Network: DPA Mic University- Miking drums live at Ronnie Scott's
23 Jun 2016 ASD Open Meeting
31 May 2016 Back Stage tour of Swan Lake in the Round at The Royal Albert Hall
18 May 2016 Yamaha QL/CL Console and Dante Training Day.
13 May 2016 KLANG 3D in-ear monitoring evaluation session
22 Mar 2016 d&b audiotechnik Electroacoustics seminar at RCSSD
14 Mar 2016 VectorWorks for beginners
11 Mar 2016 Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts Visit
28 Feb 2016 Trade Secrets: A Backstage Tour of The Encounter
08 Jan 2016 New Year Drinks at The Deck
08 Jan 2016 Association of Sound Designers AGM
09 Dec 2015 d&b V Series Point Source Demonstration (2pm session)
09 Dec 2015 d&b V Series Point Source Demonstration (11am session)
09 Dec 2015 d&b Line Array Workshop
08 Dec 2015 d&b Electroacoustics Seminar at the National Theatre. Head start registration is over. Please register via the d&b website
08 Dec 2015 d&b Remote Network Workshop
02 Dec 2015 d&b Product Workshop
01 Dec 2015 d&b Electroacoustics Seminar
24 Nov 2015 AutoCAD for beginners - 1 day course
19 Nov 2015 Shure Wired Mastered Seminar
17 Nov 2015 d&b Sound System Optimisation Seminar
02 Nov 2015 IPS: PAT Testing Day
19 Oct 2015 IPS – Ear Ear! - Hearing Protection 2015
04 Oct 2015 PLASA 2015
30 Sep 2015 d&b V Series Point Source Demonstration for ASD members
24 Sep 2015 L-Acoustics – K System: K2 Module – Seminar @ ADLIB
23 Sep 2015 L-Acoustics – K System: KARA Module – Seminar @ ADLIB
22 Sep 2015 L-Acoustics – System Fundamentals – Seminar @ ADLIB
10 Sep 2015 L-Acoustics – K System: K2 Module – Seminar @ Plus 4 Audio
09 Sep 2015 L-Acoustics – System Fundamentals – Seminar @ Plus 4 Audio
03 Sep 2015 L-Acoustics – K System: K2 Module – Seminar @ SSE
02 Sep 2015 L-Acoustics – System Fundamentals – Seminar @ SSE
18 Aug 2015 Meyer Leopard demo
01 Jul 2015 Shure Wireless Mastered Seminar
03 Jun 2015 Smaart v7.5 Training Session RESERVE LIST
03 Jun 2015 Smaart v7.5 Training Session
03 Jun 2015 Shure Wireless Workbench Masterclass
20 May 2015 Wigwam DiGiCo SD Series Seminar
19 May 2015 Wigwam DiGiCo SD Series Seminar
15 May 2015 SSE – DiGiCo SD Series Seminar
14 May 2015 SSE – DiGiCo SD Series Seminar
12 May 2015 PLASA Focus Leeds 2015
05 May 2015 Orbital Sound Training - Mixing Musicals
27 Apr 2015 Meyer Sound Seminar – Fundamentals of System Design, Implementation, and Optimization
14 Apr 2015 Sennheiser Basic Wireless Mics and Monitoring Course
08 Apr 2015 Trade Secrets: A Backstage Tour of Memphis
07 Apr 2015 Orbital Sound Training - Sound Fundamentals for Theatre
31 Mar 2015 Meyer Sound Seminar – Fundamentals of System Design, Implementation, and Optimization
27 Mar 2015 SSE – DiGiCo SD Series Seminar
15 Mar 2015 Sennheiser Wireless Mics & Monitoring: The Master Class
18 Feb 2015 Shure Wireless Mastered Seminar
04 Feb 2015 Bose / Audinate Introduction to AV Networking Session
14 Jan 2015 Sennheiser Basic Wireless Mics and Monitoring Course - Theatr Clwyd
13 Jan 2015 Meyer Sound Seminar – Fundamentals of System Design, Implementation, and Optimization
09 Jan 2015 New Year Drinks at The Deck
10 Dec 2014 d&b Line Array Workshop
09 Dec 2014 d&b Remote Network Workshop
03 Dec 2014 d&b Product Workshop
02 Dec 2014 d&b Electroacoustics seminar
06 Nov 2014 SSL Live Console Operator Training
05 Nov 2014 SSL Live Console Operator Training
04 Nov 2014 Orbital Sound Training - All about Lake
31 Oct 2014 DiGiCo SD-Series Training
30 Oct 2014 DiGiCo SD-Series Training
28 Oct 2014 Sennheiser Basic Wireless Mics and Monitoring Course
22 Oct 2014 d&b Line Array Workshop
21 Oct 2014 d&b Remote Network Workshop
17 Oct 2014 DiGiCo SD-Series Training
15 Oct 2014 DiGiCo SD-Series Training
15 Oct 2014 d&b Product Workshop
14 Oct 2014 d&b Electroacoustics seminar
13 Oct 2014 Yamaha QL series workshop
07 Oct 2014 Meyer Sound SIM 3 Seminar
05 Oct 2014 Pin the Radio Mic on the Actor
02 Oct 2014 SSL Live Console Operator Training
01 Oct 2014 Orbital Sound Training - Mixing Musicals
01 Oct 2014 SSL Live Console Operator Training
30 Sep 2014 Yamaha M7CL workshop
29 Sep 2014 Yamaha LS9 workshop
27 Sep 2014 SoundPRO 2014
26 Sep 2014 DiGiCo SD-Series Training
23 Sep 2014 Yamaha QL series workshop
18 Sep 2014 AutoCAD for beginners
18 Sep 2014 SSL Live Console Operator Training
17 Sep 2014 SSL Live Console Operator Training
16 Sep 2014 Meyer Sound Mixing Workshop
16 Sep 2014 DiGiCo SD-Series Training
16 Sep 2014 Yamaha QL series workshop
10 Sep 2014 d&b Line Array Workshop
09 Sep 2014 d&b Remote Network Workshop
04 Sep 2014 d&b Product Workshop
03 Sep 2014 d&b Electroacoustics seminar
31 Aug 2014 The Summer Social
20 Aug 2014 Sennheiser Basic Wireless Mics and Monitoring Course
08 Aug 2014 Computer Networking for Audio Professionals
31 Jul 2014 VectorWorks for beginners
29 Jul 2014 DiGiCo SD-Series Overview
22 Jul 2014 DiGiCo SD-Series Overview
22 Jul 2014 Shure Wireless Mastered Seminar
18 Jul 2014 DiGiCo SD-Series Training
25 Jun 2014 Basic Wireless Mics and Monitoring Course
20 May 2014 SSL Live Console Workshop Session
19 May 2014 An Introduction to VUE Audiotechnik loudspeakers,
12 Feb 2014 Trade Secrets: A Backstage Tour of Charlie And The Chocolate Factory
31 Jan 2014 Sound education
31 Jan 2014 DJ techniques
31 Jan 2014 Music: Rights, Wrongs and Wherefores
30 Jan 2014 Audio Networking
30 Jan 2014 Beginner’s Guide to Computer Networking
30 Jan 2014 Source Oriented Reinforcement
29 Jan 2014 Pub Quiz
29 Jan 2014 Delaying and balancing a sound system
29 Jan 2014 Line Array Theory
29 Jan 2014 Fundamentals of Acoustics
28 Jan 2014 Keeping the performers onside
28 Jan 2014 Pin the Radio Mic on the Actor
28 Jan 2014 Introduction to RF
27 Jan 2014 How to Foley
27 Jan 2014 CSC for Beginners
27 Jan 2014 Recording sound effects
03 Jan 2014 New Year Drinks at The Deck
12 Dec 2013 Association of Sound Designers 2013 AGM
29 Oct 2013 Perfect Panto Sound
06 Oct 2013 PLASA
27 Sep 2013 Introduction to Max/MSP
05 Sep 2013 World Stage Design
22 Aug 2013 Edinburgh social
29 Jul 2013 VectorWorks for beginners - RESERVE LIST
29 Jul 2013 VectorWorks for beginners
23 Jul 2013 AutoCAD for beginners
28 Jun 2013 The Theatre Sound Colloquium
12 Jun 2013 ABTT
16 May 2013 Advanced QLab
01 May 2013 PLASA Focus Leeds seminar: Creative Manipulation of Sounds
30 Apr 2013 PLASA Focus Leeds
18 Apr 2013 Basic Wireless Microphones and Monitoring
09 Apr 2013 System Design Principles
28 Mar 2013 Introduction to QLab v3
08 Feb 2013 Bose RoomMatch / Ahmad Jamal gig @ Barbican
01 Feb 2013 Using Ableton Live in Theatre
25 Jan 2013 Sound Design for Musical Theatre
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04 Jan 2013 New Year Drinks
11 Sep 2012 Recording Sound Effects
10 Sep 2012 Creative Manipulation of Sounds
09 Sep 2012 Sound System Delays and Zoning
09 Sep 2012 PLASA
13 Jun 2012 ABTT Show
18 Dec 2011 Christmas drinks
28 Nov 2011 Using Ableton Live in Theatre
22 Sep 2011 source-oriented reinforcement - A True Story
13 Sep 2011 PLASA Social Meeting
11 Sep 2011 PLASA Launch
07 Jun 2011 Manchester Meeting

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