Enhance Your House of Worship Sound at 2016 Summer NAMM

Houses of worship will benefit from improved acoustics following a special training session at 2016 Summer NAMM. Taking place in conjunction with leading acoustic treatment specialist Auralex Acoustics, the seminar is part of the Summer TEC Tracks program of industry education. Visitors will be able to join the session on the show floor of Summer NAMM, which returns to Nashville Music City Center from June 23 to 25.

Named Acoustical Considerations for Houses of Worship, and taking place on the Friday afternoon of Summer NAMM, the exclusive session has been created to teach and inspire houses of worship to deliver their message both on budget and with uncompromising clarity. It will be led by Auralex founder Eric Smith, offering the wisdom and experience that he has garnered across almost four decades of church sound expertise.

“Nowhere is it more important to achieve perfect clarity of sound than in a house of worship,” said NAMM President and CEO Joe Lamond. “But for many churches, great sound can seem like an expensive luxury. Summer NAMM’s TEC Tracks program and Auralex Acoustics are here to help all houses of worship learn that delivering the message clearly can be simple and affordable as long as you have the right the expertise.”

Summer NAMM will take place between June 23 and 25 at Nashville Music City Center.

For more details on the exclusive house of worship training session, follow this link or visit www.namm.org.