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Published on November 24th, 2021 | by Dustin Baerg


Crestron Workshop Replay

Back in 2020, I did a live workshop as a series of Zoom sessions teaching about 30 people the basics of the Crestron environment and how SIMPL Windows and Vision Tools Pro-e work to create projects.

I just decided to re-release this as a pre-recorded course at a great price ($99) that will be helpful and accessible for people getting started.

There are 5 days of sessions, around 45-60 minutes of lecture and 45-60mins of demonstration and Q&A. At the end there is a test assignment that I will review and give feedback on.

Topics Covered:

  • Digital logic – OR, AND, NOT, Set Reset, Toggle
  • Analog logic – ranges, working with analog values, scaling
  • Serial strings – generating strings, make string permanent
  • Timing – Steppers, One shot/logic wave pulse
  • Touch panel basics – buttons, pages, subpages
  • Tying panel joins to SIMPL
  • Loading, testing, and debugging
  • Final assignment reviewed with comments

Special Note – Until Dec 1, 2021 use promo code BF2021 for 40% off any course, including this one.

To find out more about the course click here

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About the Author

Dustin has been involved in the Professional Audio Visual industry for 20 years, working for integrators both big and small. Learning the ropes through many years of trial, error, and firsthand experience, Dustin is passionate about creating resources to help share the knowledge that he has obtained the "hard" way.

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