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Klang creates new educational programme

Klang creates new educational programme
A Klang training session in China

Klang creates new educational programme

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Klang:technologies has developed a new education programme that includes in-depth product training alongside user-friendly binaural academic theory seminars, with tailored, interactive content aimed at various market sectors. This new programme also includes contributions from expert guest speakers and is aimed at teaching sound engineers how to provide an immersive sound experience that mirrors normal aural activity.

‘We try to make our training events educational, not just linear product presentations,’ explained Klang’s head of sales, Phil Kamp. ‘The opening section of the session doesn’t mention our system, it’s about the psychology of hearing, how our hearing works, how our brain deals with audio signals and, ultimately, how to provide an immersive and natural in-ear mix. Many of our attendees are seasoned audio pros who are very educated about how to operate a mixing board but haven’t necessarily drilled down to the theory about how our hearing works.’

Several sessions have already taken place across Asia and Europe, with some covering rock and festival sound. These included guest engineers for bands such as Linkin Park, System of a Down, and Anastacia.

‘I really enjoyed being part of Klang’s immersive mixing programme,’ said Anastacia’s monitor engineer, Becky Pell. ‘Klang excites me for two reasons: it allows me to create incredibly spacious and natural sounding IEM mixes even when I have a huge number of inputs; and it greatly reduces ear fatigue and the need for high sound levels, which means healthy hearing for life.’

The seminars also explore the Klang’s design ethos and explain why certain features are included, and how the R&D team analyses a range of pro audio equipment and instruments to tackle the biggest challenges for musicians and engineers.

‘Each training session is tailored according to who’s attending,’ confirmed Kamp. ‘This means we can look at the appropriate ways the system can be used, be it a rock 'n' roll environment or a house of worship, and make it an interactive experience for the delegate.’



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