Dolby Labs Offers Dolby Lake Processor Training at NSCA Expo

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Dolby Laboratories is again offering its Dolby Lake Processor Training at the NSCA Expo this week. The event will be held Wednesday, March 14 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Holiday Inn Orlando International Drive Resort in Orlando, Fla.

Dolby Live Sound applications engineer Miguel Hadelich has redesigned the training program this year. The morning session will cover the Dolby Lake Processor hardware specification, front panel editing and the wireless system control. In the afternoon session, Hadelich will cover Dolby Lake Controller Version 4.2 software, the new KIT989 CobraNet Card, Linear Phase Crossovers, Raised Cosine EQ and Limiter Max, and will preview some upcoming innovations.

“Miguel Hadelich knows the Dolby Lake Processor inside and out," says Ervin Grinberg, Dolby Live Sound's marketing and sales manager. "The more hands-on experience a user can get with this processor, the more they will understand just how powerful and easy it is to use. This training seminar is an excellent opportunity to get the lowdown on this very successful loudspeaker processor.”

The cost of the day-long training seminar, including lunch and a free Dolby Lake Controller SmaartLive plug-in (a $250 value), is $350. The Holiday Inn Orlando International Drive Resort is located at 6515 International Drive in Orlando, Fla.

For registration details, contact Grinberg at livesound@dolby.com.

The Dolby Lake Processor is among the final selections for the Innovations in Technology Award for audio at the NSCA Expo 2007.

For more information visit www.dolby.com/professional/Live_Sound and www.nsca.org.