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Seminar programme announced for ISCEx 2017

Seminar programme announced for ISCEx 2017

Tuesday, 13 December 2016

UK - ISCE, the Institute of Sound and Communication Engineers has announced the seminar programme for ISCEx 2017. Taking place at Coombe Abbey on Wednesday 8 March 2017, ISCEx 2017 combines educational seminars with leading networking opportunities and a table-top manufacturers' exhibition from more than t20 commercial audio market leaders.

Topics for the 2017 seminar programme include Digital Amplifiers - are they too well designed?, Hearing the Invisible and Taking Noise off the menu presented by industry experts Dr Peter Mapp, Alberto Fueyo, Tony Stacey and Gillian Rollason.

If you're working in commercial audio system design, integration, project management or sales, ISCEx 2017 provides excellent opportunities to learn, engage and discuss commercial audio solutions in an intimate, non-imposing environment.

Attendees can expect to learn first-hand latest manufacturing trends and market directions from some of the commercial audio industry's primary voices. The one-day event also includes lunch for all attendees. You can find out more about the seminar programme for ISCEx 2017 at www.iscex2017.org.uk/seminars/

(Jim Evans)

PLASA Focus Glasgow 2017: Top names join seminar line-up

PLASA Focus Glasgow 2017: Top names join seminar line-up

Tuesday, 13 December 2016

UK - PLASA has collaborated with some of the industry's leading experts, brands and production teams to expand its free-to-attend seminar programme for PLASA Focus Glasgow, which returns to the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre (SECC) on 18th and 19th January 2017.

Production services supplier, Adlib, has partnered with two of its biggest brands, Martin Professional and L-Acoustics, to deliver both a video and audio seminar respectively. Martin Professional will demo the ease of setting up and mapping creative LED fixtures including using their VDO FACE 5, Sceptron, and VC video ranges. On the audio side, L-Acoustics Application Engineer & Educator Fran

 
 
ENTTEC creates waves at LDI 2016

ENTTEC creates waves at LDI 2016

Friday, 2 December 2016

USA - Surf was up this year at LDI, and the beach could be found at the ENTTEC Americas booth. "The design of the booth was a team effort. The original concept came from our technical director Tim Parrish. Then Jeremy Kumin [ENTTEC Americas general manager], Brandon Mitchell [technical sales and support] and I took the design through its various phases of change and into finalization. Kaitlin Gill was the overall project manager," explains Crystal Lee, business development manager at ENTTEC Americas.

The beach themed booth was also home to Nic's Place, a fully stocked beach style bar that was also a nod to ENTTEC's founder Nic Moreau, who was also in attendance at the booth. o help visitors get into the beach feel, ENTTEC was handing out Pacific blue ENTTEC flip flops and wrap-around sunglasses.

Some LDI exhibitors created a walled off black space to demo their wares; others turned their booth into portable stores, filling every nook and cranny with products. However, in their usual style, ENTTEC went in a different direction and used a wide variety of ENTTEC products to create a fun, creative space that attracted visitors as well as demonstrated ENTTEC products in a real life environment.

The wave wall, located opposite the beach bar, was comprised of Phero 33s, Phero 30s and Aleph 2 DX4s. The Phero 33 is a sleek, linear LED bar luminaire ideal for direct li

 

Stage|Set|Scenery sponsors Baden Baden Awards

Monday, 14 November 2016

Germany - To make people aware of the achievements of those working behind the stage and of their creativity, the Karlsruhe Chamber of Industry and Commerce has set up an award to honour Germany's most creative trainees.

Taking place for the eighth time, the Baden Baden Awards 2016 will be honouring outstanding final papers by recently graduated stage set artists and stage set sculptors, make-up artists, sound and image media designers, event representatives, event technicians and property masters.

Juliane Trempler, project manager of Stage|Set|Scenery, comments, "We are sponsoring the awards for the fourth time and look forward to supporting the next generation. The Baden-Baden Awards are extremely important for the cultural sector, which like many others is being impacted by demographic change."

A lack of young people taking up technically skilled and administrative jobs has led to growing competition for specialists on the home and international employment market. From 20 to 22 June 2017 Stage|Set|Scenery will be hosting a wide range of events inviting cultural institutions and the 'employees of tomorrow' to make contact with one another.

The Anatomical Theatre developed by DTHG based on designs by Hochschule für Bildende Künste Dresden, and supported by CAST, ETC and Lichtblick, will provide Stage|Set|Scenery with a location for holding numerous tra

 
 
Ayrton luminaires light up LDI 2016

Ayrton luminaires light up LDI 2016

Tuesday, 8 November 2016

USA - French LED digital lighting manufacturer, Ayrton, worked in close conjunction with exclusive US distributor, Morpheus Lights, to present its new line-up of LED lighting products to the US at this year's LDI show in Las Vegas.

Ayrton's latest innovative creations were shown in a dramatic 300-fixture showpiece display on the shared Morpheus Lights/Ayrton booth.

The demonstration featured the new, 15:1 zoom-equipped MagicPanel-FX projector and the new MagicBurst 240,000 lumen graphic strobe luminaire, along with IntelliPix-XT, VersaPix-RS and AlienPix-RS fixtures.

The display also introduced two exciting new additions to the MagicDot family: joining the original MagicDot-R, winner of Live Design's 2016 Product of the Year Award for Effects, were the scaled up MagicDot-XT and the zoom-equipped MagicDot-SX. Also presented were recent Ayrton favourites: DreamPanel -Twin, WildSun-K25 and NandoBeam-S9

"The booth was busy at all times with people who'd come to watch our light show and request technical and commercial information," says Val

 
City Theatrical brings new technology to LDI

City Theatrical brings new technology to LDI

Thursday, 3 November 2016

USA - City Theatrical introduced new technology during LDI 2016, in Las Vegas last week.

SHoW DMX Multiverse provides "unprecedented levels of wireless DMX data transmission in a tiny package", for the first time, allowing the realistic possibility of a professional quality wireless DMX chip in every DMX device. The SHoW DMX Multiverse chip is tiny, low in cost, and has the ability to carry multiple universes of DMX data (as many as five universes in a 2.4GHz transceiver or four universes in a 900MHz transceiver), along with full duplex wireless RDM, and the ability to combine DMX slots from any streaming ACN universe into any of the broadcast universes.

DMXcat is a device used to control, analyse, and test DMX lighting gear. The system combines a small hardware dongle connected by a wireless connection to a suite of Android or IPhone apps. Drawing on a built-in database of lighting fixture personalities, DMXcat controls the fixture through a user interface that emulates a lighting console with encoder wheels.

City Theatrical has taken the complexity out of specifying and setting up LED pixel tape systems with the QolorPIX family of professional quality plug and play LED pixel tape and control products. QolorPIX Pixel Controlled LED Tape and QolorPIX Tape Controllers plug with four pin XLR connectors and reduce the system setup to just seconds using only a fe

 
 
Chroma-Q Color Force II wins LDI awards

Chroma-Q Color Force II wins LDI awards

Tuesday, 1 November 2016

USA - Chroma-Q's Color Force II has won two awards at the LDI in Las Vegas. The fixture was recognised as the Best Debuting Conventional Lighting Fixture by LDI and took the Members Product Choice Equipment Award awarded by ESTA, the Entertainment and Services Technology Association.

The LDI judges said, "The Chroma-Q Color Force 2 showed a stunning face and elegant colour mixing, both as a smooth surface wash and as a clean visual look."

John Fuller, global brand manager for Chroma-Q, in accepting the awards said, "We're honoured by the recognition from the industry. This is a great endorsement of all the hard work and innovative effort that our technical team have put into developing the Color Force II and it reinforces all the positive feedback we've had from designers who've seen the product on both sides of the Atlantic."

The Color Force II range of RGBA LED battens had its European launch at September's PLASA Show in London, where it was highly commended in the PLASA Innovation Awards.

The first volume deliveries of fixtures for Europe will arrive shortly at Chroma-Q's exclusive distributor, A.C. Entertainment Technologies. AC-ET has already received orders following demonstrations of the first products. Phill Capstick, AC-ET's managing director, who was at LDI, said, "Everyone I've shown Color Force II has been very impressed - we've already seen a

 
Strong support for PLASA Focus Glasgow

Strong support for PLASA Focus Glasgow

Friday, 28 October 2016

UK - Scotland's live events and festivals sector throw its weight behind the third edition of the hugely successful PLASA Focus Glasgow, which returns to the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre (SECC) on 18-19 January, 2017.

The event will again offer live product demonstrations, the latest technological innovations from a wealth of manufacturers and distributors, alongside a packed two-day programme of informative, relevant and educational seminars.

The events and festivals sector is a major contributor to the Scottish economy - both locally and internationally and this year Scotland has taken steps to invest in the future of the industry with the unveiling last month of a 10-year collaborative strategy to significantly grow this £3.5 billion industry.

The result of an 18-month consultation process involving the Scottish Government, VisitScotland, Scottish Tourism Alliance and over 100 active participants from the public, private and third sector, Scotland - The Perfect Stage aims to help the sector develop and deliver world-class events.

The new strategy aligns perfectly with PLASA's own, which offers big businesses and smaller enterprises the chance to exhibit in a cost effective manner and in a face-to-face environment ideal for generating business. Director of PLASA's Events Division Christopher Toulmin comments, "The Glasgow Focus

 
 

Reproduced Sound 2016 - places available

Friday, 28 October 2016

UK - There are still places available at this year's Reproduced Sound conference, which is being held at the Holiday Inn, Southampton on 15-17 November.

As ever, there's an extensive programme, which includes an audio workshop and visits to the Institute of Sound and Vibration Research and Southampton Solent University. RS conferences are famed for their friendly atmosphere and there's always a particularly warm welcome reserved for those attending for the first time. Students also benefit from a very generous reduction in the attendance fee.

Bookings should be made via the IOA website www.ioa.org.uk.

(Jim Evans)

 

Over 130 exhibitors to debut at ISE 2017

Tuesday, 25 October 2016

The Netherlands - With over three months to go before it opens its doors Integrated Systems Europe 2017 has been confirmed as the biggest exhibition in the event's 14-year history following an increase in show-floor space, exhibitors and halls.

A true indication of the event's international pulling power is the fact that ISE 2017 will see 135 first time exhibitors making their debut at the show. In total, ISE 2017 will feature over 3,000sq.m of additional show-floor exhibition space compared to ISE 2016.

Integrated Systems Events managing director, Mike Blackman comments, "Making sure that we can feature all of the world's leading AV vendors and service providers has always been a priority for us in delivering value for ISE attendees. With the expansion of the show I am delighted that we are able take the attendee and exhibitor experience to the next level for our 2017 event."

The 2017 edition will not only be the largest but also the most compelling show produced so far. A closing keynote featuring Cirque du Soleil's CEO Daniel Lamarre, the largest ISE educational programme so far produced by CEDIA and InfoComm International plus five Show Floor Theatres all point towards a rich and vibrant four-day event.

To help cope with the show's continued year-on-year growth the RAI Amsterdam will be introducing an additional hall and pavilion, a new hall numbering

 
 

Doughty's Articulated Carriage debuts at LDI

Tuesday, 25 October 2016

USA - Doughty Engineering's new Articulated Carriage made its official debut at this year's LDI show. Visitors to stand 1946 got the opportunity to see the new product which Doughty has added to its Studio Rail 60 range and which has been designed with film, TV and theatre in mind.

Speaking ahead of the show, Dan Phillips, project sales co-ordinator at Doughty, said, "We are extremely excited to give this Articulated Carriage an official debut - it's an item I felt was missing from the Studio Rail 60 range, so I've spent time on the design to ensure it works seamlessly. The Articulated Carriage means our curved Studio Rail to be used for many more applications, including its original use as a curtain track - as visitors to the stand will see, it works well with pieces of our Modular Rigging System, for example."

The Articulated Carriage enables the Studio Rail perimeter tracks to be used for scenery and lighting - a significant benefit to both TV and theatre applications. It consists of a laser profiled 6mm back-bone chassis with independent bogies attached at each end. Both bogies are fitted with guide wheels which steer the carriage around the curves. One bogie is fitted with a large hook for pole operation while the other features a pole operated brake. The Three Point Receiver allows a spigot to rotate freely when corners are encountered, allowing two carriag

 

Sennheiser set for Prolight + Sound Middle East

Tuesday, 25 October 2016

UAE - Audio specialist Sennheiser is set to participate at the inaugural Prolight + Sound Middle East trade show, taking place in Dubai from 31 October to 2 November, 2016. As a Founding Partner, Sennheiser intends to demonstrate its commitment to establishing this international exhibition as a key regional platform for the entertainment, event, media and creation industry.

"Prolight + Sound has a strong brand and reputation due to their annual fair in Frankfurt. As this is a new venture for the region, it is important that the main players in the industry support this initiative to help firmly establish it as a must attend event in the Middle East calendar for our industry," said Mig Cardamone, director of sales and marketing at Sennheiser Middle East. "Prolight + Sound will give us the chance to place our very latest products in the hands of our longstanding supporters. Of course with so many industry players participating and attending, it's also a great opportunity to secure new leads and evaluate new partners."

At the show, Sennheiser will demonstrate its wide range of wireless microphones, from the evolution wireless D1, aimed at musicians and performers that need to rely on class-leading sound that is simple to operate and ruggedly reliable for their gigs, to its top-of-the-line Digital 9000 series. The audio specialist will also have wireless microphones

 
 
Tupac Martir's launches Lux Festival 2017

Tupac Martir's launches Lux Festival 2017

Monday, 24 October 2016

Colombia - Light magician and creative director, Tupac Martir, has announced his latest creative project - Lux Festival; a light and video showcase where the dynamic canvas for the adventurous event is the colonial architecture and cobbled streets and squares of the historic coastal town of Cartagena, Colombia.

Set to run from 4-8 January 2017, Lux Festival will feature designs from some of the most imaginative international theatre, concert touring and event lighting and video artists the world has to offer. There has been huge support from the local community and Cartagena's Mayor Manuel Vicente Duque has extended his warm welcome to all the designers and expressed his excitement at raising the profile of the town and introducing the creative possibilities of lighting and video to the local community.

Curated by Martir, the festival's mission is to deliver a diverse and inventive array of installations, exhibitions and mini events that transform the town and encourage the public to look at light for art's sake: "Colombia is one of my favourite countries in the world," Martir explains. "Being able to bring light and video as an art form, for it to be experienced by the people in Cartagena, is an amazing adventure and exploration. Especially with the diverse talent that we have invited to join us. It should be an incredible start to the year."

Martir is keen

 

High End Systems triple launch at LDI 2016

Monday, 24 October 2016

USA - Console and automated lighting manufacturer High End Systems unveiled three new products at the 2016 LDI trade show.

The SolaTheatre is the first lighting instrument in the SolaRange family to feature completely fanless operation. Suitable for studio and theatrical applications that require virtually silent performance, SolaTheatre brings the power of High End's white light LED engine to television, film and theatre LDs worldwide. The company also introduced HEX and QUAD, two new fixtures that join SHAPESHIFTER and UNO in High End's effects lighting range.

The company was also showing the SolaWash FX 2000, the latest addition to the SolaRange family, joining the revolutionary SolaWash FX 1000 and SolaSpot 1000 launched earlier this year.

High End is also introducing SolaSpot Frame 2000 to compliment the 2000 Wash and Spot range, and showing their full line of Hog lighting consoles - the flagship Hog 4, the Full Boar 4, Road Hog 4, RackHog 4 and HedgeHog 4, as well as Hoglet and Hog 4PC, all driven by the recently released Hog 4 OS 3.5.0 operating system. The company also showed new features in development for upcoming Hog 4 software releases.

HES General Manager Jeff Pelzl commented, "The introduction of our new SolaTheatre fixture is sure to be really big news at this year's LDI. We are LED, and now we are LED - without fans! I urge our customers a

 
 

The Week . . .

Tuesday, 18 October 2016

Serious Impacts - Theatre figures have condemned the "catastrophic" reduction of arts education in schools, claiming it is having serious impacts on the diversity of the theatre industry. Curve artistic director Nikolai Foster led criticisms of the shrinking emphasis on creative education, claiming that "pathways" in place several decades ago have now disappeared. "Twenty-five or 30 years ago . . . in schools there were teachers who were encouraged, because of a curriculum, to share these great plays, these great stories. There were drama clubs, dance classes. Drama GCSEs and A Levels, theatre studies - these were subjects that the teachers were able to teach freely and speak about passionately, and have value for the students," Foster said. He was speaking as part of a panel on training opportunities at a diversity conference held in Leicester, at Curve. Foster continued, "It seems more and more nowadays that, apart from the syllabus being shrunk, a lot of students are channelled into a more academic route . . . Because of funding being squeezed, fewer young people can know that there is a drama club, or know that there's a youth theatre. That's the very first seed, and there's a barrier." Reality Cheque - Harry Shearer is taking legal action against entertainment group Vivendi, claiming it has denied him and others profits from 1984's This is Spinal Tap

 
TMB laid back and inventive at LDI 2016

TMB laid back and inventive at LDI 2016

Monday, 17 October 2016

USA - At LDI this year (booth 1787), TMB will once again feature new technology in a laid back setting. The welcome mat is out!

One of the most exciting innovations from TMB this year is new Q+ Technology, now available in the Solaris Flare. This LED driver technology maximizes LED output for unprecedented brightness, while also optimizing LED temperatures for long term reliability.

The new Flare Q+ fixture has all the features of its renowned predecessor, while Q+ Technology increases the brightness by over 40% with practically no fan noise. Its Theatre Mode is effectively silent, yet still brighter than the original Flare. Also introduced at LDI, the new Flare LR Q+ offers Q+ Technology performance in a linear format. Flare IP outdoor fixtures will also be on hand, as will other Solaris LED fixtures such as Mozart and the SoLED strobe.

Central to this year's TMB LDI experience are hands-on demos and announcements. Of special note, TMB was recently appointed US and Latin American entertainment production and staging markets distributor for Christie Digital's projection and video processing products, including Pandoras Box, Spyder and Boxer, J and M Series large format projectors.

Also of note, TMB was appointed this year as exclusive distributor of Wireless Solution W-DMX products for the US. See the latest W-DMX products at booth 1786, directly across f

 
 
Altman to showcase innovation at LDI 2016

Altman to showcase innovation at LDI 2016

Monday, 17 October 2016

USA - When the 2016 LDI Conference and Tradeshow opens its doors on 21 October 2016, Altman Lighting will be showcasing its award-winning line of lighting innovations inside the Las Vegas Convention Centre. Altman Lighting will feature the PHX LED ellipsoidal family, the Gallery series, Pegasus, and the Chalice LED series of luminaires in Booth 1359.

"We are very excited about exhibiting at LDI 2016 as this is a very exciting time for Altman Lighting," began Julie Smith, general manager. "Understanding the vision at Altman has always been to develop the most innovative and cost-effective lighting solutions, we are eager to have the opportunity to demonstrate our passion and latest product solutions to the lighting designers, engineers, specifiers and dealers in attendance at the show."

New and innovative options are what make the award-winning PHX LED ellipsoidals suitable for theatres, live events, television studios, or wherever superior and energy-efficient lighting performance is desired. With zoom ranges from 15-35 or 30-55 degrees, a 360-degree rotating barrel, and its die cast aluminum fabrication, the PHX LED is available in a diverse line of LED choices including RGBA, RGBW, 3000K, 5600K, and tuneable white versions as well.

The Gallery Series is a family of luminaires designed to serve as the most versatile solution available for museum, art gallery

 
Prolyte to present Verto truss at LDI 2016

Prolyte to present Verto truss at LDI 2016

Monday, 17 October 2016

USA - Prolyte Group will exhibit at the LDI show from 21-23 October in Las Vegas (booth 2053), premiering the new Verto truss on the North American continent.

The new Verto truss will be shown in action or you may give it a try in the Verto challenge. Pop by, request for a demonstration and get your limited edition Verto T-shirt at the stand!

Prolyte will further highlight the Verto truss during the New Technology Breakfast on Saturday 22 October - another opportunity to learn all the technical details of this truss.

(Jim Evans)

 
 
Countdown begins to PL+S Middle East

Countdown begins to PL+S Middle East

Monday, 17 October 2016

UAE - The countdown has begun to the inaugural edition of Prolight + Sound Middle East, with scores of product launches, industry seminars, and a live demo area setting the stage for three days of networking at the region's dedicated trade show for the pro audio-visual and entertainment market.

Taking place from 31 October - 2 November at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre, Prolight + Sound Middle East 2016 has attracted some the biggest names in the business, with the likes of Bose Professional, Sennheiser, Martin Professional, Adam Hall, and Monacor International rubbing shoulders with top regional distributors such as GSL Professional, Echo Beats, and AVISS.

"They will line-up alongside 40 exhibitors from 12 countries, all of which will target a burgeoning regional market that is home to spectacular live events, festivals, concerts, hotels, and retail centres that require the latest technologies to enhance the visitor experience," say organisers.

"This is an industry that is constantly evolving, with new technologies coming to market every year," said Ahmed Pauwels, CEO of Messe Frankfurt Middle East, the organiser of Prolight + Sound Middle East.

"The good news is the world's premier brands will present their latest product lines and solutions at Prolight + Sound Middle East 2016, from stage lighting and DJ equipment to special e

 

Robe is ready to rock at LDI 2016

Friday, 14 October 2016

USA - Robe is ready to rock the LDI 2016 expo at the Las Vegas Convention Center October 21-23 on Booth 1715 where the featured product will be the new Spiider LED wash beam luminaire - the next big thing - from Robe, which has just been launched worldwide.

Much anticipated, the Spiider will be the visual centrepiece of the large booth with a special lightshow running at the top of each hour.

Bob Schacherl, CEO of Robe America comments, "We are extremely pleased with how well the North American market continues to embrace our brand. Lighting designers have been very complementary on the performance of our luminaires and the rental companies are thrilled with their reliability. It doesn't get much better than that! We look forward to introducing our clients to the latest Robe innovations at LDI 2016."

Robe lighting s.r.o CEO Josef Valchar confirms, "Spiider is really something special that everybody will love! Forty-two Spiiders will be in action on the Robe booth - which is an absolute 'must-see'."

Also new is the Halo, an ingenious new Robe LED 'pixel technology' device that can be used to transform PAR cans and add new and different dimensions to stage and TV sets.

Additionally, highlighted is Robe's new Spikie, a small, super-fast LED wash beam ideal for multiple applications.

The full Robe North America and International teams will be availabl

 
 
ETC celebrates 40th anniversary at LDI

ETC celebrates 40th anniversary at LDI

Thursday, 13 October 2016

USA - The LDI tradeshow has played a major part in ETC's history, being the site of countless product launches that have propelled the company forward.

In a nod to that tradition, the company will mark its 40th anniversary at this year's LDI show by introducing a host of new products and giving attendees sneak peeks at upcoming gear. With so much to celebrate, ETC will have three stands - 2773, 2872 and 2972 - and a demo room - N115 - at the show, 21-23 October, in Las Vegas.

ETC will show the full ColorSource family, including the ColorSource and ColorSource AV lighting control desks and the brand new ColorSource Linear batten-style fixture. LDI show attendees can also get demos of the Irideon FPZ architectural luminaire and Prodigy hoists.

And ETC's stands will feature never-before-seen fixture, control, rigging and networking products, along with a big surprise that LDI attendees will be the first to see.

ETC will also offer educational opportunities at LDI 2016, including pre-tradeshow training on Eos-family consoles as part of the LDInstitute training sessions. ETC Eos-Family product manager Anne Valentino will help lead the Of Course I Meant To Do That!: The Fine Art of Busking session on Friday 21 October. And on Saturday 22 October, ETC outreach and training specialist Tom Littrell will present his popular Fifty Shades of R80 session

 
High End Systems predicts banner LDI 2016

High End Systems predicts banner LDI 2016

Thursday, 13 October 2016

USA - Console and automated lighting manufacturer High End Systems will once again be exhibiting their products at the 2016 LDI trade show (Booth #2215) in Las Vegas, held 21-23 October.

Key personnel from the company's executive, sales and engineering departments will be on hand at the show to meet with customers, LDs and programmers. In addition to displaying their Hog 4 range of lighting consoles, the company is introducing several new products in their SolaRange and FX lines of LED based automated luminaires.

Unveiled at the recent PLASA show, the SolaWash FX 2000 is the latest addition to the SolaRange family, joining the revolutionary SolaWash FX 1000 and SolaSpot 1000 launched earlier this year. High End is also introducing SolaSpot Frame 2000 to compliment the 2000 Wash and Spot range.

High End will also be displaying their full line of Hog lighting consoles - the flagship Hog 4, the Full Boar 4, Road Hog 4, RackHog 4 and HedgeHog 4, as well as Hoglet and Hog 4PC, all driven by the recently released Hog 4 OS 3.5.0 operating system. The new OS fully supports Compound Fixtures, and is able to communicate directly with several major video switcher products over Ethernet. The company will also be showing new features in development for upcoming Hog 4 software releases.

On Friday, 21 October, High End Systems will also be holding the finals of their an

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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