Dante Certification Level 3

On November 16th 21018 I have been awarded with the Dante Level 3 certificate.

The Level 3 training course is an advanced level course aimed at those who have already been using Dante and want to gain more insight and knowledge in setting up and managing larger Dante-enabled networking systems. Building on what was covered in previous levels of Dante trainings, the Level 3 course delves deeper into various advanced networking concepts, mixed-use networks, networking best practices, and troubleshooting techniques.

Source-> [https://www.audinate.com/about/news-activity/press/audinate-s-dante-level-3-certification-training-now-available-online]

But here it is!!

New Acoustic Panel

IMG_0365At first I made a frame with lumber as you can see in the picture above.
The length of the frame is 205cm and width 130cm. The smaller slats are for support and are 60 cm apart from each other except the most left slat. This wil later come in handy to fit the Rock wool pieces in which are each 60cm wide.

2.IMG_0372The next fase is to cover the frame with fabric. I went to the local DIY store Kwantum and got a thick, sturdy fabric which is usually used to make pillows or curtains.
3m long and 1.5m wide for €15!! Next, I made myself a cup of tea and took all the time I needed to prepare the next step. You don’t want to rush this one cause you’ll later end up with wrinkles which you won’t get rid off. I used an ordinary hand stapler to secure the fabric all around the frame.

3.IMG_0378Then I filled the gaps in between the slats with the rock wool and it will look something like this in the end. I had 2x270cm long pieces of lumber left which I finally used diagonally across the entire panel to prevent the rook wool from falling out.

4.IMG_0386The final step was to place the panel in front of the windows. The dimensions of the panel and the window frames are the same so I could easily place it against them although I used 4 spacers behind the panel to leave a little bit of air in between the windows and the panel itself. In the top corners I let two screws stick out to prevent the entire panel to fall down. And there you go!!