CAN declares first M32 training a success
SINGAPORE: Midas’ Singapore distributor, Consolidated Audio Networks, recently hosted its first introductory training course for the manufacturer’s M32 mixing console. The Fundamentals of Mixing course was designed and delivered by CAN audio engineers, Chad Batchelor and Colin Oliveiro, and was deemed a ‘remarkable success’. The session was attended by 10 audio professionals and covered practical information and knowledge on applications of the M32 console, with discussions and Q&A embedded into the session.
‘This is our first Midas training event and you can really feel how excited people are to get hands-on with a Midas M32 console, and especially from those engineers starting out in their career,’ commented Mr Batchelor. ‘We’re excited that some attendees are now keen to move on to the M32 for their own events, so this is definitely training that we will be continuing with.’
Hands-on training was also part of the course, allowing trainees the opportunity to record their own mixes. For some, this was reportedly their first time mixing on an M32. Users were familiarised with all of the console’s functions, including buses, VCA, matrixing and multitrack recording.