Complimentary learning events currently offered in Seattle, Chicago and Detroit
BEAVERTON, OREGON, August 8, 2018: Audio Precision announced today several upcoming seminars in the U.S. These one-day events cover a range of audio measurement topics and are offered free of charge to attendees. As seating is limited, advanced registration is recommended.
Getting the Most Out of Your APx
This one-day seminar covers an array of audio measurement topics, kicking off with a review of what is new in APx (via releases 4.6 and 5.0), followed by how to use the tools available in Sequence Mode and Bench Mode. Best practices will be discussed for analog and digital audio measurement, along with acoustical testing, and the discussion will include the test of devices such as digital converters, loudspeakers, Bluetooth™ devices, smart speakers and more. Applications such as speech intelligibility and speech quality will be reviewed. This seminar is suited to new APx users and seasoned operators who wish to learn more. AP is hosting the seminar in Seattle, Washington on August 22nd.
Advanced Audio Measurements for Automotive & Infotainment Systems
This one-day seminar will focus on advanced measurement methods required to fully characterize automotive audio and infotainment systems. The discussion will include using real-world signals (music and speech), open-loop measurements using stepped-sine, multitone, and log-chirp excitation, perceptual measurements of Bluetooth speech and music codecs, and characterizing audio delay. This seminar is intended for engineers and technicians already familiar with the Sequence and Bench Modes of APx500 audio measurement software. This event is being offered in Chicago, Illinois on September 24th and in Detroit, Michigan on September 26th.
For additional information on AP’s upcoming seminars and events, including registration, please visit https://www.ap.com/events/.
About Audio Precision
Audio Precision (AP) is a recognized world leader in electronic audio and electro-acoustic test instrumentation. Since 1984, AP’s analyzers have helped engineers to design and manufacture innovative solutions ranging from semiconductor devices to consumer, automotive, and professional audio products. For more information, visit http://www.ap.com/.