With a growing awareness of, and demand for, its L-ISA Immersive Hyperreal Sound technology, L-Acoustics is establishing L-ISA Auditoria around the globe in order to offer demonstrations and training. Through them, mixing sessions using L-ISA technology are available in L-ISA Auditoria designed to stringent L-Acoustics specifications.

L-Acoustics opens L-ISA Auditoria‘To support the development of L-ISA technology in the professional audio market, we have developed pre-determined systems for either mobile or permanent L-ISA Auditoria, which can be deployed to support existing partners, artists and potential clients,’ explains, L-Acoustics Executive Director of Applications, Cédric Montrézor. ‘The network of L-ISA Auditoria around the globe is designed to exacting standards to guarantee the natural, intimate spatialised experience of L-ISA Immersive Hyperreal Sound.’

Two versions of the packages are available – a frontal system that delivers the resolution required for optimised source localisation, immersive effect and the width required for an effective demonstration of reverb; and the same configuration plus complementary overheads which enhance the immersive experience and demonstrate the 3D capabilities for direct sound and room engine.

‘Over the past 12 months, we have trained 160 high-profile sound designers and mixing engineers in over 25 seminars, which is over 75 days of training in total,’ adds L-Acoustics Director of Scientific Outreach & Education, Etienne Corteel. ‘Rolling out additional facilities allows our partners to organise training seminars at their own locations with an L-Acoustics certified trainer and represents an important next step in making L-ISA training available to a wider audience of professionals.’

To date, in addition to the facilities already in place in L-Acoustics head office in Marcoussis, France, its L-ISA headquarters in London’s Highgate, Delta Live in Surrey, UK, and L-Acoustics’ US office in Westlake, California, 15 L-ISA Auditoria have been completed. These are situated at Certified Providers Sonoruss in Moscow, Matrix in Denmark, Finland’s Audico, Seoul’s Klausys, Pro Music in Prague, Germany’s Babbel & Haeger, Groh-PA and Wilhelm & Willhalm, LMG in Orlando and New York’s See Factor, and with China’s Rightway in Taipei, Chengdu, Guangzhou, Shanghai and Beijing.

The auditoria serve as demonstration venues, training sites and are also available as a place to prepare mixes for future projects.

More: www.l-acoustics.com/en/training/l-isa

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