In this series, we’ll touch on some of the most frequently asked questions we receive about LEDs. The insights in parts 1 and 2 are brought to you by ETC’s Outreach and Training Specialist Tom Littrell. Stay tuned […]
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We here at ETC get a lot of questions about which cyc light to choose. (They’re all so great and honestly, it’s like asking to pick our favorite child!) We’ve found that it’s not a simple question to […]
This is the second article explaining Open Sound Control (OSC) in a series titled Exploring the Network written by field service engineer and programmer Sam Smallman. In today’s article we will explore connecting two devices together and communicating […]
With the many recent changes to the US National Electrical Code (NEC) regarding emergency lighting, I am often asked whether an emergency luminaire is allowed to be cord-and-plug connected.
We each have a past. Some more shady than others. And when it comes to the LEDs we use in ETC fixtures you might be surprised to learn where each comes from. Surprisingly, not a single one was […]
In this series, guest blogger Cory Pattak discusses Eos show file setup from his perspective as a freelance designer. In this post: Magic Sheets and Pixel Maps
When a hurricane strikes, the strong storms often cause nasty electrical interferences, failures, brown outs, spikes, and more. To be extra prepared in your theatre, house of worship, business center, or wherever you happen to use ETC equipment, […]