Basic Wireless Mics and Monitoring Course
Sennheiser UK are running courses for new and existing users of wireless microphones and in-ear monitor systems who wish to further their understanding of the area for the benefit of their career.
Sennheiser are pleased to offer a 50% discount for members of the Association of Sound Designers and a 20% discount for those aged under 24 years. A complimentary copy of the Sound Academy Handbook is provided with the course.
The course is being run on the following dates:14-April-2015
Sound engineers sound designers live events professionals students/apprentices sales people AV Technicians and anyone working in the audio industry or that wants a basic introduction to Wireless Mics and In Ear Monitors.
The course aims to provide you with the skills and confidence to operate multichannel wireless systems. The eLearning is a vital component of the course and will provide you with a solid basic theory that you will need to utilise during the workshops. You should allow a minimum of four hours total to complete the various modules. These modules can be completed step by step at your convenience. This needs to be completed before you attend the workshop. The practical workshops will consolidate the information from the eLearning and make it tangible. After passing this course you will be able to use the basics of physics to plan wireless microphone systems for particular applications and understand the specifics of wireless in-ear monitoring.
• E-Learning Module 1: Basic Acoustics & Electrotechnology:
Acoustics, Decibels, Electromagnetic waves, Distortions
• E-Learning Module 2: Wireless Mics & Monitoring:
Choosing a microphone, Wireless microphone components, RF transmitters & receivers, Antennas & accessories, Choice of frequencies, Wireless Monitoring
• Workshop 1 Antenna technology:
To become familiar with the characteristics of various antennas with respect to range transmission security, as well as how to handle antenna cables crossovers and boosters correctly
• Workshop 2 Microphone technology:
To select and position microphones correctly, and to ensure the optimum gain of the collective radio links
• Workshop 3 Frequency Management:
To set up multichannel systems with secure frequency management, and to become familiar with the interferences that occur when incorrect frequencies are selected
• Workshop 4: Wireless Monitoring:
Secure operation of wireless monitoring systems; frequency selection in conjunction with radio microphones.
The Sound Academy's Basic Wireless Mics & Monitoring Course is accredited by Infocomm and successful participants of the course earn 10 RU credits towards the renewal of their CTS licence.Cost:£195.00 (Ex-VAT)
Andrew Lillywhite & Simon BeesleyNumber of Participants
Minimum: 6 Maximum: 16Location:
Sennheiser UK, Marlow
Please note, this course is organised and provided by Sennheiser UK and is open to the general public.