Training & Education
Things you should know before opening your laptop...
By Mark Engebretson
These papers provide easy-to-understand information and guidelines that
will enable consistent high quality results from line array deployments.
They are a common-sense examination of fundamentals that govern all
forms of sound reinforcement aimed at improving sound quality and
listening experiences for audiences and audio practitioners.
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The purpose of this paper is to explain the meaning of both specifications as they are commonly used (or misused) in pro-audio today and provide a basis for comparing loudspeakers with differing stated specifications.
An archive of papers discussing various QSC technologies in the area of professional power amplifiers, digital signal processing, network audio systems and loudspeakers.
A resource of useful definitions of terms and abbreviations used in pro audio.
Covers all of the hardware and software that makes up the QSControl.net system. You can receive a QSControl.net Level 1 certification by sucessfully completing this course.
QSC is pleased to offer Level Certification training sessions for system designers and integrators. The training sessions are one day each and will be held at various locations around the world. Pre-registration is required.
Understanding the fundamentals of audio, acoustics and sound reinforcement can be challenging to the first-time learner. In this self-paced DVD course, this knowledge is presented through narration, images and animation in a concise and easy-to-follow manner.
This video series will walk you through the process getting started with QSControl.net and explain how to use the new features in QSControl.net version 3
This 20 minute tutorial will show you how to get started with the EASE Address software by demonstrating a typical distributed audio system in an office space.