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10 – 11 Mar 2020, 09.00 – 18.00
Johnson Center, Nashville, TN, USA

AES Worship Sound Academy

AES Worship Sound Academy

10 – 11 Mar 2020, 09.00 – 18.00
Johnson Center, Nashville, TN, USA

AES Worship Sound Academy

The Audio Engineering Society (AES) has opened registration for the new AES Worship Sound Academy, set to take place 10–11 March 2020, at the Johnson Center on the campus of Belmont University in Tennessee.

Offering technical presentations covering core audio topics and practical, actionable advice, the AES Worship Sound Academy will bring together experts in worship sound and related fields for two packed days of experiential sessions. The Academy programme will address the special needs of technical worship ministry teams, designed to expand their knowledge, build their confidence and deliver tips and techniques that they will be eager to apply. Manufacturer and service provider partners will be on hand to lend their expertise and demonstrate products in the Academy’s exhibition space. 

The first-ever AES Worship Sound Academy, produced in collaboration with the AES Nashville Section and Belmont University, will cover topics such as mixing FOH and monitors, personal monitoring, miking, wireless systems, streaming, podcasting, recording, acoustics, system optimisation and more. Whether providing sound reinforcement for a start-up congregation, or for the most advanced, purpose-built house of worship, the AES Worship Sound Academy provides tech team members an unprecedented chance to listen, learn and connect with industry professionals and with peers that share their challenges and goals.

Early Bird online registration for the AES Worship Sound Academy is open until 31 January at a special rate of US$150 (includes lunch both days) at www.aesworship.com

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