on August 17, 2015
High Intensity (5-Watt halogen) gooseneck light with 4-PIN, right angle XLR connector. Featuring Littlite’s proprietary LLX connector. Available with six, twelve or eighteen-inch gooseneck. Note: Consoles require a dedicated 12-volt task light connector for use of this product. Please check your owner’s manual for power compatibility before connecting a task light to your console. Instructions on rotating the pin inserts in the Littlite LLX are here. Click on photo for more details and model list. Printable Product Sheet: XR-HI-4 Series
Agenda:Modeler Training - Detailed Syllabus
This module will cover:
This module will cover:DAY 1 : Overview of All Clear-Com Products and Technologies
DAY 1 – NETWORK FUNDAMENTALS + GIGACORE
SWITCHES (9:00 - 17:00)
Morning (Network fundamentals)
Concept of Bandwidth and throughput
Copper cable and connectivity
Fiber optic and connectivity
Simplex, Half-Duplex and Full Duplex
Presentation of the different models
Presentation of the web interface
Audio application examples
Lighting application examples
Concept of redundancy, RLinkX
Groups (VLANs), QoS (Quality of Service)
PTP (Precision Time Protocol), AVB
Transmission schemes (Unicast, Multicast, Broadcast), IGMP Snooping
Offline Editor for switches
LumiNet Monitor for switches
DAY 2 - LIGHTING PROTOCOLS, CONVERTERS AND SPLITTERS
(9:00 - 17:00)
Decimal and Hexadecimal, lighting protocols, transmission schemes
Presentation of the different model of converters, web interface presentation
Converter applications (input box, output box, HTP/LTP merging)
Trigger/Cross-Fade between two sources, Rerouting
Offline Editor, LumiNet Monitor
RDM, LumiSplit, NewRDMExperience
Details:This curriculum covers advanced networking concepts, mixed-use networks, networking best practices and troubleshooting techniques. This new Advanced Track is geared toward attendees that are already using Dante, and are looking more education in understanding and managing Dante-enable networked systems.
This module will cover:Interpretation
|Hr 1||Introduction to Controlspace Processors, Powermatch Amps & Key features|
|Hr 2||Understanding the User Interface (CSD) & Signal Processing Tools|
|Hr 3||Configuring Devices (ESP, POWERMATCH, CC16, CC64, DANTE END PTS)|
|Hr 5||Control Programming (GPIO, Control Centres, Serial Ports, Logic, Modes)|
|Hr 6||System Maintenance (Protection, Retrieving Configs, Firmware Updating)|
|Hr 7||Example Programs - BGM/SOUND REINFORCEMENT/CONFERENCING|
|Hr 1||Port Spacing, Enhanced AGC, Automatic Mic Mixers|
|Hr 2||Wiring Instructions (Inputs-Program,USB, VOIP)|
|Hr 3||USB Placement, Grouped Gain Ctrls|
|Hr 5||AEC Basics, AEC Ref, Matrix CrossPts|
|Hr 6||Conference Room Routing (CRR)|
|Hr 7||CRR Control|
Controlspace Level 2 - Day 2
|Hr 1||Mini Project #1|
|Hr 2||EX-4ML, EX-8ML CONTROL|
|Hr 3||LOGIC Toggle, Audio/DANTE Routes|
|Hr 5||Mini Project #2|
|Hr 6||Room Combine tool|
|Hr 7||Parameters & Timers|
Attendees will learn:- The history behind modern microphones, the fundamental science behind them, and how to apply best practices across a wide range of applications.
Product Training & Hands-on for:
• MP Series
• HM Series
• MDB Series
Meet The S6L Unified Platform
Join Robert Scovill as he unveils the unrivaled flexibility and capabilities of the S6L Unified Platform. This massive extension of the S6L line of products offers a groundbreaking approach to digital console design while offering previously unrealized integration capabilities. The Unified Platform approach stands to evolve the manufacturing industry and redefine what is possible for today’s integrators and live sound mixers.
Where Did 0db Go?: A Study in Optimizing Gain Structure for Both Live Sound and Recording
Today’s digital consoles and processors present significant challenges for simultaneously optimizing gain structure for the event and for multi-track recording and virtual sound check. Join Robert Scovill for a best practices approach to achieving great sound quality from your console and processing through easy to apply gain structure concepts and techniques.
The Devil Is In The Details: Techniques for Manually Delay Compensating Digital Consoles
Mishandling and misunderstanding of latency in a digital mixing environment is a hidden killer of sound quality in today’s digital mixing environments for music production. Join veteran concert sound engineer Robert Scovill as he shares and demonstrates a tried and true method for discovering and managing complex latencies in a digital mixing environment and demonstrating when and when not to deploy the concept.
The Genesis of Virtual Soundcheck: The Story of The Discovery of Virtual Sound Check
Join pioneer virtual sound check creator and pioneer Robert Scovill as he traces his footsteps on the path to developing one of the most important workflow developments in live sound mixing. Topics include: how to maximize your virtual sound check experience regardless of your console or DAW and tips on how to use virtual sound check to dramatically improve your live sound results for both FOH and Monitors.
Robert is a 35-year veteran of professional concert sound and recording and has mixed over 3500 events in his career. His engineering and production talents have been enlisted by a veritable ‘Who’s Who’ of marquee music acts including Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, Matchbox Twenty, Jackson Browne, Rush, Def Leppard, Prince and many others. Scovill’s body of live sound and recording work has garnered numerous industry accolades including 6 TEC Awards for technical and creative achievement in sound reinforcement. Robert is a 6 time nominee, 3 time winner of the PLSN Parnelli Award for live sound engineer of the year and has been a multi-year nominee for Mobile Production’s “Top Dog” Award along with being an inaugural nominee for the highly coveted Pensado Award for live sound excellence. In 2018 he was awarded the prestigious Lydmannen Award by the Nordic Sound Symposium for outstanding presentations on professional audio.
As the owner of Eldon’s Boy Productions Inc. and MusiCanvas Recorders in Scottsdale, AZ, he offers full service mixing facility and mobile recording services. Robert is also a highly sought after consultant advising venues, artists, sound companies and the house of worship market on everything from technology, workflows and acoustics for their companies and events.
As an educator, Robert has lectured throughout the world on concert sound and recording practices at seminars and trade shows, and is a regular contributor to numerous industry publications, blog sites and YouTube video series.
Robert’s profile includes positions as a technical consultant for numerous top name manufacturers in professional audio, including Avid, EAW, Neumann, Audio Technica, Electrovoice, Servo Drive, and Alesis. He has held the title of endorser for numerous products, including Avid’s VENUE live sound environment, WAVE’s digital technology, Neumann Microphones, Radial Technologies, ATI Paragon, Intersonics loud speakers, Future Sonics ear monitors, and countless others throughout the years.
In 2006 Robert served as guest speaker delivering the keynote address for the Annual AES conference in San Francisco and has gone on to be the keynote speaker and presenter for many professional audio organizations.
Robert currently holds the position of Senior Specialist for live sound and recording products for Avid Technologies and serves as a principle designer and contributor for their VENUE line of live sound consoles. Scovill is commonly regarded as the pioneer of virtual sound check and mulita-track archiving workflows for live sound.
Robert’s hobbies include endurance racing, snowboarding, archery, pistol and rifle sports. He has successfully completed the Lake Tahoe North/South Swim, The Alcatraz Swim Challenge, The Great Wall Marathon and World’s Toughest Mudder along with numerous other multi-sport events.
Robert is very happily married father of three.