6 steps to creating your Sonic Reference - Step 2: Getting started with GLM

null 6 steps to creating your Sonic Reference - Step 2: Getting started with GLM

6 steps to creating your Sonic Reference - Step 2: Getting started with GLM

18.8.2020

To prepare for the official launch of Genelec’s new GLM 4 loudspeaker manager software, this series of 6 tutorials will guide you through every stage required to setup, calibrate and control a studio monitoring system so that it provides a true ‘Sonic Reference’, helping you produce mixes that translate consistently to other rooms and playback systems.

Aimed at engineers, creatives, and anyone who cares deeply about audio quality, this series will help your material sound exactly as you intended it – irrespective of how it is being distributed and consumed.

In this second tutorial, Darren Rose will show you how to get your monitoring system up and running using GLM loudspeaker manager software. He’ll cover:

• Installing GLM on Windows or Mac computers
• Setting up, calibrating and controlling your monitors using GLM
• Integrating a subwoofer into your monitoring system
• Genelec Smart Active Monitors, and some recommended setups
• How to combine different Smart Active Monitors to create a system
• The benefits of using GLM’s Cloud mode

The ‘Tests’ and ‘Materials’ sections located below the main presentation in GoToTraining will allow you to take a short 5-question test and access other content. Everyone successfully passing four or more modules in this series will receive a certificate, and will also be entered into a prize draw to win a pair of Genelec RAW 8320 monitors plus GLM kit.

Please note that the closing date for submitting your answers for the post-webinar questions is 23.59 GMT on 31st October, with the issuing of certificates and the announcement of the prize winner taking place during November.

Requirements

Some basic knowledge of the purpose of audio monitoring systems and their requirements are recommended but not compulsory. As this series of tutorials progresses then access to Genelec Smart Active Monitors and GLM software is an advantage, but not essential.

Meet The Presenter

Darren Rose

Darren is a Senior R&D Specialist at Genelec, having joined the company in 2000. Graduating in Electroacoustics from Salford University in the UK, Darren has been a key figure in the design of many of Genelec’s finest products, from the diminutive 6010 to the colossal 1236. The presenter of our popular One Minute Masterclass video series, Darren’s deep technical knowledge is matched by a real-world understanding of the challenges of audio monitoring today.

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