Dante Webinar Series Catalog (June 2020)
Audinate is pleased to offer over 25 free online learning opportunities this month– some available in a variety of languages.
This is a great opportunity to officially obtain new Dante Certifications, learn about Dante Domain Manager and join interesting discussions on case studies and Dante design principles. We look forward to seeing you there!
Dante Domain Manager
These courses are ideal for Dante system designers, as well as those interesting in being users or resellers of Dante Domain Manager. Participants should possess Dante Level 2 Certification (Level 3 preferred) or have a background in networking. It is also beneficial to have watched the In Depth Tour of Dante Domain Manager.
Dante Domain Manager Technical Training
This course takes attendees that are fairly new to Dante Domain Manager and exposes them to all the concepts they need to know to specify, install and operate Dante Domain Manager. It explains the roles it plays and demonstrates many key features such as creating and assigning Dante devices to domains, creating the server, establishing clocking synchronization, sending audio between domains, and an introduction to external services like LDAP and SNMP.
Dante Domain Manager Deep Dive: Clocking
Dante Domain Manager opens up new synchronization possibilities for your Dante Network. This course will review the basics of Dante clocking, walk through how clocking works in a system with Dante Domain Manager, how to use external (GPS) clocks to sync your Dante devices, and how Dante clocking works in AES67 and SMPTE2110 interoperability modes.
Dante Certification Level 1-2
Dante Certification Level 1 introduces attendees to the Dante platform. If offers some fundamental knowledge on digital audio, networking addresses and how to use Dante Controller with your Dante devices. This is enough knowledge to operate a Dante system in daisy chain mode or on a single network switch.
Dante Certification Level 2 offers a deeper explanation of what goes on in the network that is helpful when creating larger networks. This class offers insights on how much bandwidth is used, how to manage it conservatively, basic optimization and factors at play if you wish to chase an external word clock. This is very helpful when working on systems that will involve multiple network switches.
Dante Certification Level 3
Dante Certification Level 3 is a deep dive in to networking, offering a clearer view in to the typical converged network at a business enterprise. This is not required knowledge to operate Dante on dedicated network hardware. However, this knowledge is extremely helpful when putting Dante on a converged enterprise network – it builds an understanding and vocabulary to help better understand and work with the IT staff. This also offers insights on how Dante naturally traverses a Layer 3 network.
Previous Design & Case Study Webinar Recordings
If you missed webinars that were special events, you can still view the archived webinar!
Dante Over Distance
Achieving creative audio and video collaboration over long distance has, in the past, meant a compromise on quality or the acceptance of technical limitations. As seasoned innovators in the successful delivery of live performance across borders, our panelists will offer a unique insight into the evolution of technology in this area. Using examples of their own work in the field of collaborative live performance across borders, they will show how Dante is being used today as an integral part of delivering studio quality audio and video over distance.
Designing and Managing the World’s Largest Single-Room Speaker System at the Royal Albert Hall
The Royal Albert Hall is perhaps England’s most iconic venue, with a 150-year history of live events across arts, sports and politics. As is often the case with venues built before the advent of electronic sound reinforcement, this venue was known as an acoustically challenging space for audio teams. Join us for a discussion with the manufacturers, solution designers, integrators and the Royal Albert Hall Head of Production. Learn how they addressed these challenges in a recent make-over of acoustics, reinforcement and infrastructure, leading the way for live events in to the 21st century.
The Art of the Streaming Mix for Houses of Worship
Now more than ever, Houses of Worship are leaning on internet streaming to reach their congregations. As they do, they are likely finding this piece of the production puzzle was neglected. Join us for a discussion with industry experts about making the most of this key element, making it more engaging even with modest budgets and limited staffing.