The big one... Full SSL Live Certified Training

This ten hour certified training course is your opportunity to experience the advanced workflow and feature set of SSL Live and become certified in SSL Live technology. The 10 hour course is conducted over 2 days by SSL Live Product Specialist and live sound veteran, Fernando Guzman and includes all the information needed to guide you through building a mix-read show file. If you have any questions or would like more detail on any of the modules, live Q&A is offered throughout the course, making sure what you learn can be applied to your live sound productions and no questions are left unanswered.

Upon completion of the 10 hours course you will be issued a SSL Live Certified certificate.

The session is broken up into modules which include:

History of SSL
Console Configuration
I/O & Physical Connections
Show Files & Routing
FX Rack
MADI & Dante
What is Tempest

SOLSA Software

SSL Live certified training requires you to download SOLSA software (SSL Live online / offline software). The training is hands-on and SOLSA provides the software required for you to end the course with a ready-to-mix project.

You will need at least two different devices for this class: A computer to run SOLSA and a secondary device (phone or tablet is OK) to watch the class at the same time. If you have multiple displays on your computer this will also provide one screen to use SOLSA and second to watch the class. 

This is a PC based software, and you will require a 64bit processor and at least 8GB on RAM available.If you are an iOS user, Parallels will work just fine! Please ensure that you allocate at least 8GB on RAM for your Parallels partition. Windows 7 and up will be required, but Windows 10 is the best platform to install.To define the RAM to your Parallels partition, watch THIS video.

Upcoming Certified Training Courses

There are no SSL Live Certified Training courses currently available.


To join the SSL Live certified training course you will need to download an application called RingCentral Meetings. This is a free download and function almost identically to Zoom or Skype.