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Rightway Audio opens new training centre in Guanghzou

Rightway Audio opens new training centre in Guanghzou
The DiGiCo zone at Rightway's new Guangzhou training centre

Rightway Audio opens new training centre in Guanghzou


Rightway Audio Consultants, distributor of brands including L-Acoustics, DiGiCo, Calrec, BlackTrax and Klang, has held an event to officially launch its new Rightway Education and Training Centre, a joint project with the China Institute of Stage Design. The event, held during the Prolight + Sound Guangzhou show, attracted more than 100 industry members.

Rightway’s marketing director Hu Nan, began by introducing the brands represented by Rightway, as well as Rightway’s BMDP (Basic Theory/Marketing/Design/Practice) courses and general information about the training centre. This was followed by speeches from Cao Lin, head of the China Institute of Stage Design, and Han Hongzhi, deputy secretary-general of the organisation. Cao said that although the industry was not as prosperous as in previous years due to the impact of the epidemic in the first half of the year, it was a good start to get together in the Rightway office congratulating the company on its achievements and expressing hope that the live market could gradually get back on track.

Rightway president, Tao Jianxin, thanked the institute for its trust, revealing that Rightway has expanded his team with currently more than 100 employees across the country. He also explained that Rightway has invested heavily in creating the training and experience centre to let Chinese users experience how art and technology are integrated and enjoy the same experiences as international users.

The experience centre is divided into four areas: the L-Acoustics L-ISA area, an L-Acoustics demo area, the Island Prestige area and the DiGiCo demo room. The guests were separated into three groups to experience the different areas in turn.

In the L-ISA area, Rightway combined L-ISA and BlackTrax in a demonstration. The L-ISA system on site is a 14.1.6 system, including seven Syvas, eight X8s four surround, six X8s as overheads and a KS28 subwoofer. The ceiling of the room is equipped with four infrared cameras to track BlackTrax beacons. As demonstrators walked around the room, the audience experienced the effects that BlackTrax combined with L-ISA system can deliver. The demo also simulated the development of audio technology and demonstrated various configurations such as mono, dual mono, stereo, surround sound and 3D (immersive) audio. Finally, it showed how L-ISA can change the reverberation time of rooms, allowing venues to adapt to different performances.

L-Acoustics' Island Prestige area
L-Acoustics' Island Prestige area

The Island Prestige area demonstrated the lifestyle solution created by L-Acoustics Creation. This features a 23.1 sound system consisting of 18 coaxial speakers, two subwoofers and processing installed in an oval shell, with five overhead speakers. A Bubble Deck allows control of functions such as volume, pause and skip, while the Island can rotate to face any direction at the push of a button.

In the DiGiCo demo room, various consoles including the latest Quantum 338 were on display, allowing visitors hands-on experience with the product range.

After the event, guests attended a banquet in a nearby Hotel, where Cao presented Rightway with handwritten calligraphy to mark the opening of the training centre.

In addition to the new Guangzhou facility, Rightway also has similar-scale training centres in Beijing, Shanghai and Chengdu.

Cao Lin, head of the China Institute of Stage Design, presents Rightway with handwritten caligraphy
Cao Lin, head of the China Institute of Stage Design, presents Rightway with handwritten caligraphy

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