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Forward Thinking Designs Simplifies Tuning Speakers at InfoComm 2021

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As part of our continued coverage of InfoComm 2021, AVNation talks with Foward Thinking Designs. Chief of Big Ideas Evan Hall discusses Forward Thinking Design’s latest plugin, Trace.

The new plug-in streamlines the tuning process of speakers, making it easier to make sure all the speakers are on the same frequency. Taking the API from Rational Acoustics, Trace displays Smaart’s frequency response curve and superimposes the Q-SYS equalizer on top of it.

Hall also discusses the other plugins Forward Thinking Designs has to offer while at InfoComm, including their paging system plugins and SPL monitoring and logging which was launched right before COVID-19.

“It springboarded us into a market we didn’t think we would be in which was the sports market. The replication of crowd noise was introduced during the football season during COVID,” Hall explained.

Watch the full interview and our complete coverage of InfoComm 2021 on our website.

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