Adamson Systems Engineering recently announced that registration for its popular Blueprint AV software is now free of charge to members of the professional audio industry.
James Oliver, director of marketing and sales for Adamson, commented: “We've had a banner year in terms of the growth of the company, so we decided to make Blueprint free of charge to thank all of our current and future customers. People are hearing the buzz that surrounds Adamson and now they can experience why that is happening. It’s time to let everyone try out the software that when paired with Adamson loudspeakers provides system designers with one of the most powerful tools in our industry.”
Blueprint AV allows system designers and technicians to build a simple or very complex listening area, hang multiple arrays, simulate response with a variety of acoustic measurement tools, and provide a detailed and accurate rigging plot that can be exported to DXF files for easy transfer to the rigging team.
Users can choose the quick and effective 2D mode to easily determine optimal splay settings for their arrays within their space, or they can opt for the highly detailed 3D mode, which allows for a wide variety of polygonal shapes to easily and accurately build complex spaces. The software also provides a large variety of simulation options.
Training for the software is available to users through online tutorial videos – click here – or through more in-depth modules with the company.
Having discontinued its previous modelling software, Shooter, in June 2015, Adamson will no longer offer any further updates for the product. The company suggests that those utilising Adamson Shooter now register for a free Blueprint AV account instead.