Meyer Sound CueSchool | Berkeley

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Meyer Sound CueSchool | Berkeley

Meyer Sound's Richard Bugg provides hands-on instruction in the D-Mitri Digital Audio Platform and CueStation Control Software.

By Meyer Sound

When and where

Date and time

April 4 · 9:30am - April 6 · 1:30pm PDT


Meyer Sound 2832 San Pablo Avenue Berkeley, CA 94702

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Refunds up to 7 days before event
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About this event

  • 2 days 4 hours
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This comprehensive training covers programming, operation, and maintenance of the D-Mitri Digital Audio Platform. Topics include system configuration, Wild Tracks programming, and CueStation Control Software, including the creation of SpaceMap designs. This hands-on training is intended for sound designers, audio engineers, lead audio technicians, senior maintenance technicians, and advanced audio students.

Prerequisites: CueSchool training is for audio professionals who are working in or supporting sound reinforcement, theater sound, or involved with sound production and mixing for any application. Previous experience with a matrix mixer, digital audio editing system, a text editor, and a spreadsheet program will be beneficial but is not required.

COVID POLICY: Meyer Sound requires that all visitors must be fully vaccinated and show proof of vaccination. Unvaccinated visitors will not be allowed to enter Meyer Sound. Face masks are not required, but may be worn if you wish. You will be asked to complete an online system checker form each day before you arrive at Meyer Sound.


Richard Bugg

Digital Products Solutions Architect

Richard Bugg is the Digital Products Solutions Architect for Meyer Sound. He is responsible for developing solutions to meet demanding artistic requirements for Meyer Sound customers. For the past two decades Richard has been working with Digital Audio Show Control and immersive sound design for live performance. His formal training was in music instrumental performance and composition. His previous experiences include touring sound mixer, technical writer, and Digital Products Tech Support Manager. His current work for Meyer Sound is focused on the user interface implementation for digital audio networking.

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Meyer Sound

Founded by John and Helen Meyer in 1979, Meyer Sound is a global leader in providing integrated solutions for sound reinforcement, spatial sound, acoustic systems, studio monitoring and high-end residential systems. Recognized as an audio technology pioneer, Meyer Sound was the first to introduce dedicated loudspeaker processors, source independent measurement, large-scale self-powered loudspeakers, and cardioid subwoofers, among other innovations. The premium professional brand maintains rigorous quality control in its design and manufacturing of sustainable solutions for concert touring and festivals, houses of worship, cinema, education, corporate offices and residential. Scientific research and innovative product development have earned more than 100 US and international patents along with numerous industry awards. Headquartered in Berkeley, California with operations globally, Meyer Sound is a company where employees are innovators and diversity, equity and inclusion are embraced in the workplace and the community.