Audinate is offering a free seminar during the virtual NAMM (National Association of Music Merchants) 2021 event, 18-22 January, on the topic of ‘Getting Back to Music Education and Professional Live Performances’, alongside Dante Level 1 and 2 training sessions. The seminar explores how the company’s Dante AV-over-IP solution is enabling many different types of live performances while maintaining social distancing and room occupancy safeguards for all. Also available is a new overview of the revolutionary Dante AV video-over-IP solution from Audinate, and Level 1 and 2 of the popular Dante Certification Course.
The seminar and training sessions go live on Jan 18, however, video will be available on demand until the end of February. Registration for the events is available now at www.audinate.com/NAMM21
Dante Certification Level 1
10-1130am (90 minutes)
This class provides a foundation in audio, video and networking concepts and may be all that is required to assemble and operate a small Dante system on a single, dedicated switch. After this session, attendees should be skilled enough to complete the Dante Level 1 Certification Test.
Dante Certification Level 2
1-230pm (90 minutes)
This class continues from the foundational concepts from Dante Certification Level 1, 2021 Edition. Attendees will learn the skills to build and operate medium to large Dante network across multiple switches, with redundant networks and share bandwidth with other services. After this session, attendees should be skilled enough to complete the Dante Level 2 Certification Test.
Getting Back to Music Education Now
4-5pm (60 minutes)
Users of Zoom Meetings for a band or choir event, will know the delay (latency) of the system is too high for musical collaboration. However, Dante audio-video networks have been a staple of live production for a decade, and can solve the problem right now. Audinate shares inspiring stories of music educators at High School and University level using Dante to link performers from different venues.