Fall is in the air in Croton-on-Hudson, NY, and the annual Great Jack O’Lantern Blaze event is underway…with thousands of pumpkins powered by a Gio console.
A panel of top Eos programmers convened at ETC’s CUE conference for an evening of live-programming war stories, show file strategies and cat memes.
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.
Welcome to Eos on Broadway, where we take a look at the behind-the-scenes control that makes a large-scale show tick.
Behind the onstage lighting magic of Broadway’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, there are a lot of Magic Sheets. In this post, Eos programmer Marc Polimeni talks about building the show file.
New York based programmer Zak Al-Alami is the Lighting Director at Jazz at Lincoln Center and Arc3 Design.
Out of Control is a recurring series written by Nick Gonsman of ETC NYC. Each installment aims to shed light on an aspect of the theory and practice of entertainment lighting control. Today’s topic: navigating your Eos Magic Sheets.