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Successful Audio Campus organized by TVV Sound Project at Nazareth

On April 23, 2024, a diverse group of sound professionals, technicians and interested parties gathered at Nazareth for an exciting and educational day during the Audio Campus organized by TVV Sound Project. With a program that was both informative and practical, the day offered an in-depth exploration of sound standards, measurements and technologies.

The day began with an introductory session on the Flemish government's noise standardization legislation.

Next, Ir. Udo Vanmechelen gave a detailed explanation of dB(A) and dB(C) measurements. With his expertise, participants gained a deeper understanding of the complex world of noise measurements and the different standards used.

A key component of the day was training on audio limiters and displays, provided by Herman Crins, managing director of Dateq International. He led participants through the operation and application of these technologies, which are essential for managing sound levels and ensuring compliance with standards.

After an informative morning, it was time for a well-deserved break, during which a free lunch was offered to all participants.

The day concluded with an open discussion and question-and-answer session, where participants had the opportunity to share their insights and ask any questions of the experts. This interactive session highlighted the importance of ongoing education and knowledge sharing within the audio community.

The Audio Campus was a successful event that provided attendees with valuable knowledge, practical skills and the opportunity to network within the industry.

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