The d&b team would like to create space for open conversation, to listen to technical questions and comments, exchange thoughts and ideas, and ultimately fill as many knowledge gaps as possible.

To do so, d&b is offering webinar sessions with a duration of 30-45 minutes and a following Q&A on different topics.

Just follow the schedule within the language sections for more detailed information, topics and technical requirements. Please register for each webinar session individually.

Spaces in each session are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis and your registration will be confirmed via email. If you do not receive a confirmation from d&b, please select an alternate session below:

 

WEBINAR – How to use QLab with Soundscape

(30 March)

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WEBINAR – Why AP is absolutely NOT about making it “equally loud everywhere”

(30 March)

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WEBINAR – d&b Sketchup Plugin best practice.

(31 March)

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WEBINAR – Why AP is absolutely NOT about making it “equally loud everywhere”.

(31 March)

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WEBINAR – NoizCalc: Map visualization tools and interaction

(31 March)

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WEBINAR – How to use QLab with Soundscape.

(31 March)

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WEBINAR – Why AP is absolutely NOT about making it “equally loud everywhere”.

(1 April)

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WEBINAR – NoizCalc: Map visualization tools and interaction

(1 April)

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WEBINAR – How to use QLab with Soundscape.

(1 April)

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WEBINAR – d&b Sketchup Plugin best practice.

(1 April)

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WEBINAR – Why AP is absolutely NOT about making it “equally loud everywhere”.

(2 April)

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WEBINAR – d&b Sketchup Plugin best practice.

(2 April)

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WEBINAR – Why AP is absolutely NOT about making it “equally loud everywhere”.

(2 April)

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WEBINAR – NoizCalc: Map visualization tools and interaction

(3 April)

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WEBINAR – d&b Sketchup Plugin best practice.

(3 April)

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WEBINAR – Why AP is absolutely NOT about making it “equally loud everywhere”.

(3 April)

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