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NEXO helps train SA’s technical production community

NEXO helps train SA’s technical production community

NEXO helps train SA’s technical production community

South Africa:

NEXO is collaborating with full-service production company Sound Stylus and South Africa’s Academy of Sound Engineering in Cape Town to provide free skills training and access to its latest sound reinforcement products. The French manufacturer has also recently completed the sale of P+ Series cabinets for the South African Roadies Association.

The trio recently jointly hosted a free three-day ETC seminar comprising workshops and listening experiences as well as an overview of the French manufacturer’s line array evolution, from Geo S and D ranges to the GEO M and STM Series. Taking place over three days, the seminar was presented by NEXO’s leading training engineer, Nicholas Poitrenaud and was attended by students and teachers from ASE, freelance engineers, house of worship technicians, and audio techs from Sound Stylists.

Down in Johannesburg, the new P+ Series sound system has been made available to the South African Roadies Association (SARA) and will be used to help raise the production skills of young and aspiring audio professionals. The SARA rig comprises the new P12 point source cabinets with LS18 subs and NXAMP4x4Mk2 amplifiers.

‘This sound system equipment will greatly enhance SARA’s training programmes and inventory,’ said SARA president Freddie Nyathela. ‘It will help us to sustain skills development and SARA’s on-the-job training programme in the event, technical and production sector for years to come. It will also have an indelible impact on the lives, careers, ambitions and dreams of young South Africans. SARA extends its profound appreciation and gratitude for the support and vision of NEXO.’

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