HiQnet Audio Architect configuration and control software creates a single interface for all Harman networked install product
UK - Sound Technology is hosting its second in a series of training courses for Harman's new HiQnet Audio Architect design, configuration and control software for installed audio systems on 11 March 2015. This free one-day Introductory Course is aimed at sales staff and engineers new to Harman's DSP products.

This introductory course will give an overview of all HiQnet hardware devices that can be configured and controlled by Audio Architect, and a demonstration of the core features and workflow of Audio Architect itself. This course is designed for those who may specify or sell Harman networked install product but don't necessarily need to know the finer intricacies of how to program all of it. It is also aimed at engineers who are working with these types of product for the first time.

HiQnet Audio Architect configuration and control software represents the combination of HiQnet London Architect and HiQnet System Architect, creating a single powerful and simple new interface for all Harman networked install product.

HiQnet Audio Architect version 1.6 supports nearly 60 models of Crown amplifier, 15 models of the Soundweb London family, 24 current models of JBL powered, dbx loudspeaker management processors and six AKG wireless microphone and in-ear monitoring devices.

The programme contains the vast majority of the Soundweb London hardware and London Architect software functionality. With the imminent release of Audio Architect version 1.6, it is time for London Architect users to consider making the switch to Audio Architect - especially with the recent announcements regarding upcoming BSS Audio Soundweb Contrio product line

In addition to the one-day Introductory Course on 11 March, Sound Technology will also be hosting a more advanced two-day course for engineers and programmers on 8-9 April. For details of all upcoming training events and to register, visit www.soundtech.co.uk/events.

(Jim Evans)

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