Nexo Audioversity sessions go live on line
Tuesday, 14 April 2020
p-seriesIntroduction to NS-1 will be presented in Spanish by Roberto Tschopp
Europe - In response to’ unprecedented demand’, Nexo is making some of its most popular training and education programmes available online. Starting last week, Nexo’s Engineering Support team is using its popular Facebook channel to present e-learning sessions, part of Yamaha’s extensive Audioversity tuition resource.
Led by Nexo’s primary training instructor Nicolas Poitrenaud, the presenting team includes Nexo engineers from all over the world, who will work in four different languages (English, Spanish, French and German). All tutorials are free and open to any interested party: no special knowledge of Nexo equipment is required. “We’ve carefully considered these sessions so that they will also interest engineers and venue owners/operators who may not yet be familiar with NEXO systems,” explains Poitrenaud. “We are confident that these Facebook Live sessions will provide skills and knowledge to enhance the business activities of many professionals, especially in these difficult times.”
Broadcast using Facebook Live, the first session, The Fundamentals of Acoustics, coveredtopics such as the basics of acoustics and psychoacoustics for live sound applications.
The next class will be an Introduction to NS-1, Nexo’s proprietary acoustic simulation software programme - dates can be found on the Nexo Facebook page. This two-hour tutorial will be presented in Spanish by Roberto Tschopp, with support from Hely Chirinos and Celso Papadopulos, all from Nexo’s Latin American team.
This class will present sound system design principles using the software workflow starting from venue creation and system implementation, examining acoustical and mechanical settings to optimize performance in a venue. Participants can study two different solutions using Nexo point source and line source models according to various targets.
Following the Easter break, a new series will be broadcast, looking at specific applications: performing arts venues, sports arenas and stadia, and many different sizes of live events. All dates and tutorial topics are listed on Nexo’s Facebook page.

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