When ETC acquired High End Systems, we knew there were a lot of hard questions we had to tackle. Some of the questions turned out to be harder than others.
In this recurring series, Nick Gonsman of ETC NYC sheds light on aspects of the theory and practice of entertainment lighting control. Today’s topic: Cue transitions in a mixed-rig world.
In 1963 the Beatles invaded America, a gallon of gas cost 25 cents and Acey Decy Lighting opened for business in Hollywood, CA.
Welcome to the Monthly(ish) Museum, where we make periodic dives into ETC’s collection of lighting industry gear and ephemera. In this installment: piano boards.
When Texas Tech University wanted to create a new sports broadcast studio to cover its robust sports programs, the design team turned to Horton Controls Group to help them choose fixtures and lighting control for the space.
With our employee population growing, stories of the “good old days” unfortunately often get buried.
Welcome to Eos on Broadway, where we take a look at the behind-the-scenes control that makes a large-scale show tick.