New Church Sound University Online Training Now Available: Wireless Systems & RF Best Practices 201

by | Aug 23, 2021 | Audio, News, Production

Church Sound University (CSU) online training, which mirrors the popular in-person training program that focuses on the essentials of worship audio, has just added a new “Wireless Systems & RF Best Practices 201” course led by instructor Karl Winkler that builds on the popular “Wireless/RF 101” training released last year. The new course is immediately available here.

“Wireless/RF 201” goes into further depth on best practices for wireless microphone and in-ear monitoring systems, including advanced band planning, receiver antenna placement, gain structure, frequency coordination and much more. The course requires a good working knowledge of RF basics — ideally, users have solid RF experience and/or have taken the Church Sound 101: RF & Wireless Mics initial course that sets up the necessary foundational basics to now take to a higher level.

Instructor Karl Winkler has worked in professional audio for more than 25 years and serves as vice president of sales/service at Lectrosonics. He’s also noted as an excellent audio educator and is a long-time contributor to Live Sound International and Church Sound magazines as well as ProSoundWeb.

Cost for the course is $69. CSU is offering a $20 discount to folks using promo code “save-20” for a limited time. It’s the perfect opportunity to check out the new 200-level course at a reduced cost. In addition, CSU offers a 100 percent money-back guarantee and unlimited access to the course. Go here to find out more and purchase, and here to learn about the full CSU online training program.

Please contact Julie Clark at jclark@mygmail.ehpub.com with questions.

Church Sound University (CSU) was created by the audio professionals at ProSoundWeb.com, Live Sound International magazine and Church Sound magazine. The goal is to provide educational and informative content in person and online that will truly benefit church audio tech teams and worship leaders of all knowledge levels.

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