HARMAN Professional Solutions has announced the addition of 14 free Live Workshops available for registration through the Learning Sessions program in conjunction with HARMAN Professional University. Available workshops, scheduled for the first two weeks in May, feature lighting or audio experts who have extensive industry knowledge and experience working with various touring acts.


The workshops now open for registration include:

• May 4—Loudspeaker Design for Airports with Nick Screen
• May 6—AoIP Comparison – “The Ultimate Digital Audio Snake” with Al Crain
• May 7—Overview of Martin ERA Series with Ben Payne
• May 7—Performance Manager 2.x Advanced: Importing Subs, Custom Speakers, Smaart with Chris Gavin (Two Sessions)
• May 8—Using DDA: Basic System Design Confirmation with Keith Caggiano
• May 8—Mixing Down Studio Creations for Live Shows with Ryan Logue
• May 11—Festival Lighting Control: The View from Both Ends of the Snake with Robin Seefeldt
• May 11—Network Design – “It’s Effective, in a Top Down Approach” with Kyle Barron
• May 12—VTX Product Line Overview with Chris Gavin and Nick Mourn
• May 12—The “Show Kernel” When Programming for Your Touring Artist with A.J. Pen
• May 13—Using DDA: Deconstructing a System Design with Jeff Phillips
• May 14—The Design Process with Paul Collison
• May 15—WebSockets – “What They Are and Why They Matter” with Ian Craigie
• May 15—The Art of Making Productions Look Larger with Robert Grobler

More than a dozen Live Workshops conducted and recorded in April are now available at HARMAN Professional University’s YouTube channel. Workshops include ‘A/V Challenges in Esports’, Microphone Applications for Stage and Studio’ and ‘Lighting for Churches.’ Many more sessions are in production for release in the coming months, so be sure to visit https://pro.harman.com/lp/learning-sessions to learn more and register early.