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TEF Sound Lab Training Class
- where the TEF becomes an extension of your intuition.

Interested in getting accurate, knowledgeable answers to questions on how to effectively use your TEF20 or TEF25?

A great opportunity for new and experienced users alike, the TEF Training Class provides an environment for gathering and generating new ideas for your entire tech team! Trained, qualified instructors will guide you step-by-step through the best approaches for measuring each different environment you’re exposed to. You’ll use your own TEF and computer as you work alongside fellow TEF owners, sound consultants, contractors, design engineers, manufacturers, technicians, acousticians, educators, and sound system operators.

Each student will receive a copy of the TEF Training Class Manual. It’s packed with what you need to know about your TEF and its use. Updated on a regular basis to include the latest ideas and tips from TEF owners, the TEF Training Class manual is a great complement to your owner’s manual.

Key Topics
Acoustic FundamentalsBandwidth & Sweep RateData Interpretation
Dir/Rev Energy RatiosEnergy-Time Curve BasicsGroup Delay
Harmonic DistortionHarmonic TrackingThe Heyser Spiral
Making TEF MeasurementsMaximum Length SequenceMeaningful Measurements
Measuring ImpedanceNoise Criteria CurvesNoise Level Analysis
Noise MeasurementsNyquist DisplayPlotting Polar Response
Polar Energy-Time CurvesPrecision EqualizationRASTI, STI & %ALcons
Real Time AnalysisRepeatable DataRT60 & Early Decay Time
Rub & Buzz TestsSetting Signal DelaysSpecial Techniques
Speech IntelligibilityThe TEF CubeTHD + Noise
3D Waterfall CurvesTime Delay SpectrometryTime Resolution
Time Response of RoomsTime Response of SpeakersUncertaincy Principle
Understanding PhaseUsing Difference & Overlay

Plus, Proven Strategies for Increasing Your Business Income with the TEF

Typical Class Schedule
Day One
8:00 am to 5:00 pm, evenings open for lab time.
Day Two
8:00 am to 5:00 pm, evenings open for lab time.
Day Three
8:00 am to 3:00 pm
Refreshment breaks are provided.
Lunch will be served each day at 12 Noon.
Dinner is on your own. We encourage you to plan on joining your new friends at dinner ­ it always proves to be a lively time of discussion and story telling.

Attendee's Comments
"I am finally back at my desk and would like to thank Greg for the wonderful workshop. I feel like the program was a success in that it allowed each of us to see the process from viewpoint of other professionals. I would also like to thank Doug, Don and Carolyn, and Doc for their insights.

Thanks to the old masters (JB, Chips, Bruce, et. al.) for sharing their years of experience with us. Also, thanks to the new younger generation of highly educated guys for sharing their knowledge.

As an old "Sound Guy" with no formal education, I was thrilled to experience the combined brain power that was exhibited over the course of three days. I learned a lot, and hope each of you took home something that you can expand on.

It was a pleasure meeting each and every one of you, and I hope to attend another workshop in the future."

Ken "Rusty" Crocker
NBTA Engineers

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