We continue our tour through ETC’s repository of gear and ephemera of lighting days gone by with another entry from the company’s early history: the 1982 Entertainment Lighting Control System (ELC). After a number of years partnering with […]
There’s no doubt about it—LEDs are shaking up the industry as we know it. There is a lot to be excited about as venues make the transition from tungsten light sources to LED. One of the largest areas […]
Italian fashion designer Donatella Versace once said, “The suit does not represent the businessman anymore. Nor does the loud shirt represent the rock star. The same man can now wear both.” The same sentiment drives the culture at […]
The Emmy award-winning TV show Red Dwarf recently made a welcome return to UK screens for its twelfth season.
This is the first post in a series of articles on Open Sound Control (OSC) written by field service engineer and programmer Sam Smallman.
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.
Jason Perry has a very cool basement. When he’s not coordinating demos in ETC’s New York office, Perry likes to tinker and invent;