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Allen & Heath to Begin Tenth Semester of Award-Winning Mini Masterclass Series

Allen & Heath Mini Masterclasses 10th Semester

Allen & Heath USA is proud to announce a brand new semester of their weekly Mini Masterclass series. The free 25-minute classes, held online every Wednesday, feature world-class instructors and product experts discussing various features and hardware within the Allen & Heath ecosystem. Created in November 2020 and now totalling over 100 weeks of sessions, the Mini Masterclasses continue to evolve and grow based on continual feedback from the engaged Allen & Heath community.

Previous Mini Masterclass topics have ranged from basic terminology to advanced dLive processing. Many classes are also dedicated to installation topics, such as the ever-expanding AHM series of powerful matrix mixers and the Everything I/O ecosystem. Each session is followed by a Q&A, giving users the opportunity to have their questions answered by the experts. This innovative format was honored last year with an SCN Stellar Service Award, noted as representing exceptional service and training by the readers of Systems Contractor News magazine. 

“With the beginning of our 10th semester, we’re more excited than ever to continue building this community,” notes Samantha Potter, Commercial Audio Manager for Allen & Heath USA and core Masterclass instructor. “We’re covering topics that span quite the gamut, fueled heavily by our attendees. It’s a blast getting to spend a few minutes on Wednesdays in a casual, virtual environment where people can learn something new and have a safe space to ask questions.” 

The new semester will begin this week on January 11th, 2023, and will feature many anticipated classes on FX Processing, Custom Control, hardware overviews, studio configuration, and more. To register, please visit

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