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Sound System Documentation for Construction Projects

This engineering brief will provide sound system engineers, users, and operators with the opportunity to become familiar with the information, processes, and documentation required to successfully coordinate the electrical, rough-in, and general construction requirements of a professionally installed sound system with the needs of architects, engineers, and contractors responsible for construction projects. The brief will include a categorized list of the 24 points of information that every architect, engineer, and construction professional needs to know about each and every sound system device to be implemented on a construction or renovation project. The presenter maintains 30 years of audio experience including front of house engineer for national recording artists, large scale integration as a sound systems contractor to complete professional design services for recital halls, performing arts centers, corporate, entertainment, and house of worship facilities.

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