We currently offer a class taught by one or two members of our team that covers QLab for audio, video, and lighting. Our classes are typically two to three days long and provide students with information spanning from basic playback functionality to advanced programming techniques.
We do not routinely offer classes, all available QClasses are the result of an outside organization hosting a class. You can find information about public classes and how to host below.
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K-ARRAY presents a QLab 5 Masterclass. The first three-day masterclass in Italy by Sam Kusnetz of Figure 53.
This three-day class will be a full, in-depth exploration of QLab 5 hosted by K-array, covering every aspect of QLab's extensive feature set including audio, video, lighting, show control, MIDI, OSC, networking, and scripting.
We will also discuss system configuration, selecting the right Mac for your project, and other hardware considerations. Bringing a Mac with macOS 11 or newer is good, but not mandatory.
DAY 1 - 9:30 to 17:30 - Audio and Show control
DAY 2 - 9:30 to 17:30 - Video and Scripting
DAY 3 - 9:30 to 15:00 - Lighting, Hardware, and Q & A
The class is open to all. It will be taught in English with an Italian co-host.
“As an educator myself I cannot express enough my gratitude for my experience at your QLab workshop this week. I have taught the recording arts for 30 years and specialized in ProTools and Logic Audio training for young engineers and only recently (2 years) have switched my focus to designing sound for theatre. I have been working on a new design in the midst of this workshop and got more done in the last 2 evenings post class than in the previous 2 weeks. Your class has given me confidence and courage to continue and excel at my work.”
Classes are generally two days long and covers your choice of audio and video in depth with a little lighting, or audio and lighting in depth with a little video. We start with a tour of the basic tools in QLab and how to play back audio and video with it, leading up to advanced uses such as using audio in multichannel/surround environments, using live audio effects like EQ and reverb, and video topics such as combining multiple projectors together to cover a large stage area and using QLab to provide mesh-warping to allow projection on non-flat surfaces.Find Out More