Strength of MSI JAPAN HOLDINGS

MSI JAPAN has always believed in providing superior equipment to our customers. However, we feel that the primary reason this company continues to thrive is because our priority has always been the connection between people.
We train our staff to possess outstanding technical ability in order build trust with our clients. By doing this, we also aim to attract likeminded people to join our company whose vision align with ours.

Thus, MSI JAPAN requires proper training for our staff and engineers that focuses on fundamental skill sets, as well as ensuring our employees possess reliable character to provide high quality service.

Training for System Engineers

Training system engineers to handle speaker systems is equally as important as trainingmixing engineers since shows and events have become more and more diversified these days. Accodingly, MSI invests the time and effort to produce system engineers who are professionals with the speaker systems. They are, after all, now a critical component in sound reinforcement next to FOH engineers. The role of the system engineer is to distribute the same sound quality heard from the FOH position to all seats in the audience. Apart from sound mixing, the system engineer actively participates at venues to make all adjustments to equipment.

MLA System Engineer
M-TECH
M-TECH is a certified engineer within MARTIN AUDIO, who has special knowledge of Martin Audio MLA Systems.
Our engineers are allowed to take a special training course held by MARTIN AUDIO to obtain this certification.
K System Engineer
KSE (K System Engineer)

KSE (K System Engineer) is the highest level of system engineers who operate L-ACOUSTICS equipment, and are qualified for the following skills below:

  • Measuring sound design and systems
  • Knowledge of K1, V-DOSC, dV-DOSC, and KUDO
  • Knowledge of the theory of WST system
  • Operation of L-ACOUSTIC’s Soundvision software
  • Managing measurement tools for system set up and tuning
  • Knowledge of LA-RAK/LA8/NETWORK MANAGER platforms and DSP libraries
CVE (Certified V-DOSC Engineer)
A certified system engineer who is able to operate V-DOSC and train engineers to become a QVT.
QVT (Qualified V-DOSC Technician)
A QVT is trained to be able to operate V-DOSC at the field site.

Establishing SafetyRIGGING WORK

Safety is our first priority in handling sound reinforcement systems. Our staff is knowledgeable about the basic structure and application of Flying Speakers. In addition, they go through a simulation process before working on location in order to eliminate any unforeseen problems at the job site, and to make sure it all runs smoothly.

Because gravity exists, matter falls. Accident do not occur without cause.

(Quotes from SSR College Richard Hartmann “Rigging Handbook”.)

MSI JAPAN lives by these wise words, and believes in making safety our first priority as we aim to provide great sound.

Specific Training Content
Establishing Safety
  • Understanding the basic theory of rigging and applying it at the work site.
  • Understanding the basic duties of the rigging member and learning how to correctly & safely use equipment.
Comprehension
  • Understanding what is expected of the employee and accurately putting it into practice.
  • Learning the power of a great idea and which type of thinking leads us to new discoveries.
Production Time
  • Acquiring enough skills to increase the speed of operation.
  • Getting accustomed to always having a smooth operating experience on site, leaving room for little to no error from our staff/equipment.

Building up skill
along with putting in the actual work.INPUT/OUTPUT WORK

Our staff is trained to handle equipment troubles quickly and precisely.

Specific Training Content
Learning the theory of electricity foundation
  • Learning the theory of electricity foundation is a must for a professional that works in the sound industry.
  • Refining one’s knowledge (use and management) of audio equipment.
Learning the theory of sound foundation
  • Having the sensibility and knowledge to create great sound.
  • Acquiring the skills of problem/resolution and performing it efficiently.
Practical training
  • Devising practical use from an idea that is not limited to just theoretical thoughts.
  • Practicing multiple patterns of stage planning.
  • Solving problems (ie. Noise occurring, etc.) with theory and knowledge.
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