Course description:

This facilitated virtual classroom covers the essentials of network (IP) audio. We’ll explore topics like network basics, audio theory, audio-system design, and network-audio management through a combination of theory-based lessons and hands-on exercises.

Practical information:

Format: Instructor-led virtual classroom
Length: 3 hours
Language: English
Technical Requirements: PC with Windows 10. Please ensure you have a stable internet connection and PC with working sound and audio.

List Price: $50
Current Price: Free of Charge

Course calendar:

To see all of the training courses planned for this particular location, please go to the calendar

Course objectives:

After completing the course, participants will understand:

  • What network audio systems are and how they can solve challenges that analog audio systems cannot
  • Concepts like frequency, sound pressure, decibel (dB), background noise and sound quality, and their relevance to audio system planning
  • The essentials of designing network audio systems, from site surveys and calculating speaker coverage to completing design plans in available design tools
  • How to set up and configure network audio systems
  • How to manage network audio systems with available Axis audio management suites or plugins for other network system-management suites

Who should attend:

Professionals working with system integration and network video design.

Prerequisites:

In order to get the most out of the training, you need to have an understanding of networks in an IP video context.

Before attending Network Video Fundamentals, we strongly recommend all students spend 30 minutes on Axis’ free online course Introduction to network audio.