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Designing and Evaluating a Professional Sound Reinforcement System for Adults

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Title: Designing and Evaluating a Professional Sound Reinforcement System for Adults
Authors: Miyamoto, Ken
Keywords: instructional design, audio sound systems
Issue Date: 19 Mar 2015
Citation: Miyamoto, K. (2015, March 19). Designing and Evaluating a Professional Sound Reinforcement System for Adults. TCC Online Conference.
Abstract: Creative Sound and Lighting is a small business that services military, churches, hotels, and mobile deejay professionals by providing professional sound equipment through a retail store, rental department, and by installation. Clients have asked if they could observe us at venues, such as installations and live concerts, to see how to set up sound. No formal training or clinics are offered due to the lack of time and resources. The potential for an online module to both serve a client need for training and a business need to be responsive to clients’ desires could potentially grow the business. The purpose of this instructional design project was to develop and evaluate an instructional module to improve basic knowledge of signal path and how to create an audio sound system for adult clients at Creative Sound and Lighting. The best way to reach as many potential customers and audio enthusiasts as possible, was to develop an online module with multimedia.
Description: The purpose of this instructional design project was to develop and evaluate an instructional module to improve basic knowledge of signal path and how to create an audio sound system for adult clients at Creative Sound and Lighting. The best way to reach as many potential customers and audio enthusiasts as possible, was to develop an online module with multimedia.
Pages/Duration: 16
URI/DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10125/35953
Rights: Copyright is held by the author. Request permission to use.
Appears in Collections:ETEC 690, Spring 2015



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