Computer Networking for Audio Professionals
Networking Newbie to Ethernet Expert – Computer Networking for audio professionals.
Dom Bilkey, Sound Designer and Sound/Video Operations Manager of the National Theatre’s Lyttelton Theatre, leads a seminar on computer networking. The session will examine the hardware that can be used, the protocols used to power them and the problems most commonly encountered. Particular emphasis will be places on typical theatre uses of networking.
This Training Session is open to ASD Members only. Book your place now using the register button above, for free.
If you live more than 50 miles from London, you could be eligible for our travel assistance scheme, where we'll pay up to 1/3rd to 1/2 of your travel costs.
Ever wondered why your Mac and PC cannot see each other? Why network transfer of files takes forever? Why the wireless connection has suddenly stopped working? What the future holds for transporting audio over a network?
If so, this course is for you.
Although not the most enthusing topic on the planet this sessions aims to make your lives easier and allow you to spend more time being creative rather than attempting network surgery on every fit-up.
* Using the right piece of equipment
* IP Addressing
* Remote Management, KVM and screen sharing
* File Transfer Protocols and uses
* Connecting Mac’s and PC’s
* Protocols encapsulated into the IP Framework – Dante, Midi, Artnet
* Wireless Technologies
There will be a chance for questions and attendees are invited to pose their questions prior to the session so as to encapsulate these into the session where possible. Enter your question for Dom during the registration process or Email email@example.com once registered for the event.
No previous knowledge of Computer Networking is required!
Book your place now using the register button above, for free.
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