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Adamson Systems Engineering Launches Free Educational Webinar Series

Canadian loudspeaker manufacturer Adamson Systems Engineering has launched an ongoing series of free educational webinars for current and potential partners and end-users around the world. The Adamson Education Webinar Series addresses some ongoing challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic while keeping consistent with the company’s amplified focus on partner education for 2020.

“Everyone has been impacted by COVID-19 and its aftermath, though it’s been especially trying for the live sound community,” begins Jeremiah Karni, Head of Education at Adamson. “That’s why we’ve been working hard on ways to support and engage with our global network despite the fact that we can’t get together. In addition to offering informative, insightful, and interesting content for attendees, the webinar series also provides them another means to interact directly with our team, as well as their peers in the Adamson Network. It’s about asking questions, sharing ideas, and making sure that, as a community, we’re better poised to come out of this challenge stronger than ever.”

The Adamson Education Webinar Series launched in mid-March with a pair of episodes dedicated to the latest version (v1.2.8) of Adamson’s Blueprint AV 3D predictive simulation software, followed by an in-depth discussion and Q&A with Adamson’s Head of Education, Jeremiah Karni, and Head of Product and Technology, Brian Fraser.

New webinars currently go live every Tuesday and Thursday. With past episodes already archived for on-demand access, the series will continue to cover a myriad of topics relevant to Adamson products, technologies, and applications, as well as the wider live sound and integration industries for the foreseeable future.

In addition to the webinar series, Adamson is developing and adapting other education and networking initiatives to be delivered remotely.

“The bottom line is that we’ve always prided ourselves on offering education and support that’s second-to-none, and in these challenging times, it’s more important than ever that we live up to that,” adds Karni. “We’re here for our partners and will continue welcoming their input to ensure we’re delivering useful and timely resources specific to their needs.”

All upcoming editions of the Adamson Education Webinar Series, along with other training and networking initiatives, can be found at: www.adamsonsystems.com/education/events

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Michael Raine is the Senior Editor at Canadian Musician, Canadian Music Trade, Professional Sound, and Professional Lighting & Production magazines. He also co-hosts the Canadian Musician Podcast.
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