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  1. PLASA2006

    Loved the linebacker 2, seems to be a great idea, I'd buy one straight away.
  2. Ok, I have some great news, we have recieved quite a large donation towards the running of Protechnical 2006, enough so that we can afford to run the event for free. Obviously any donations that you give on the day will be much appreciated and will go towards a nominated charity. This charity has yet to be decided but we would welcome any suggestions with regards to Industry based charities. In addition avolites have also confimed attendance and will be running demo's and training sessions throughout the day. The following manufacturers will be running training sessions as well as Q and A sessions during the event : Zero 88 Avolites Chamsys MA Lighting ETC Compulite. Robe And whats more there will be an evening event, (Live Music) and we hope a licensed bar. Register at : http://protechnical.org/component/option,c...orms/Itemid,32/ Tickets on the door will be £5 and there are only a limited number. Any current purchased tickets will be fully refunded.
  3. Charity Event

    Lighting technicians from across the industry are invited to attend a unique training and social event to be held on the 6 May at the Edge venue in Solihull, near Birmingham. The hosts (Solihull Society of Arts) and organisers (UKSLC.ORG - UK Sound and Lighting Community) have assembled a top team of leading UK console manufacturers to deliver training on the latest lighting desks and entertainment technology throughout the day. Brand names like Compulite, MA, Chamsys, ETC, Zero 88 and Robe are providing a wide variety of lighting control equipment for attendees to use, and their staff will be on hand to answer questions for console operators at all levels of experience. The training sessions are designed to cater for everyone from drama pupils wishing to learn about 'real world' performance technology, to freelancers who want to practice on new consoles and seasoned LX operators who want to get the latest shortcut tips from the manufacturers. In the evening, the main training space opens with a licensed bar and live music from DJs and local bands, providing a rare opportunity for entertainment technicians to relax and meet fellow professionals in a friendly and informal atmosphere. Profits from the event will be donated to registered charities, including the Society of Arts and the local school (Alderbrook Arts College) which is hosting the event. More info : http://www.protechnical.org/
  4. Is it possible ?

    Would partial mode work, you see these movers were brought in at the end of programming and I wasnt really told. And hence they are not programmed into any of the cues, a few cues need the movers in but if I set the brightness to 82% in the previous cue the as the fade up of the previous cue takes place the light comes on and then goes to its value of 82% ready for the next cue where it goes up to 88% and comes on. Is that understandable ? Is there anyway withou reprogramming the 200 or so cues so that it looks bearable ?
  5. Is it possible ?

    Due to some crappy moving lights that our theatre has managed to rent for the duration of an upcoming show I have a problem. Is it possible to edit a value into every single cue without having to press teh edit button on each cue. I have over 200 cues and they all need to have fixture 1 dimmer set to 82% as thats its off value. Do not ask me why, they are more for disco use but anyway I need to use them. Is there a way to multi edit a mover into every cue ? Cheers !!
  6. Zero 88 Wallpapers

    I like it, it gives me another place to show my love for z88 !!
  7. Reviews

    Guys, Im looking for people who would like to write reviews on sound and lighting products. You would need to review your own kit as we are unable to provide kit at the moment. (this may change very soon) If anyone would like to contribute then post here and I will be in contact soon !! Regards