Tuesday, February 28th, 2017
A.C.T Lighting, Inc. has redesigned the customer Support Hub on the company’s website (www.actlighting.com) creating a single, centralized resource for all online support needs.
“Our new Support Hub is better organized, has a cleaner layout than our previous support page and is now searchable,” says Will Murphy, director of software support and development at A.C.T Lighting. “The Support Hub is the central point for learning about our products and how they work. It’s easy to navigate there from our home page, and quick and easy to use once you get there.”
Tuesday, April 2nd, 2013
Westbury National, a Toronto-based show services and AV systems integration firm, has launched a fully redesigned company website. Accessible at www.westbury.com, the company’s primary goal for this site is to better communicate its many service offerings to both new and existing clients and showcase the work of the company’s Show Services and Systems Integration divisions.
Tuesday, January 17th, 2012
Wireless Solution Sweden AB is starting the new year with a new makeover to its W-DMX website.
The revamp has addressed some of the most common items that users look for when visiting the site including an easy to navigate product page with all the company’s latest transceivers, receivers, repeaters, antennas, tools, and accessories. The site also lists W-DMX OEM partners, a worldwide map of distributors and a current list of upcoming trade shows. Case studies and current news are also available. Continue reading
Friday, July 22nd, 2011
The new website includes over 13,000 titles including an extensive variety of new products. It features improved navigation, expanded search capabilities, improved checkout, faster access speed and a fresh, updated design. It has also been optimized for mobile browsers.
Music Books Plus is operated by Norris-Whitney Communications Inc., publishers of Canadian Musician, Canadian Music Trade, Professional Sound, Professsional Lighting & Production and Music Directory Canada.
Visit the Music Books Plus website at www.musicbooksplus.com , For more information, contact: Maureen Jack, email@example.com, 905-641-0552, FAX: 888-665-1307.
Friday, February 19th, 2010
Clifton Productions supplied moving lights for the Melbourne event with stage designs by Fuzzy Events and Parklife’s national lighting designer, Davyd Williams. This production was managed by local production manager Adam Gibson in conjunction with national producer, Josh Chapman. Over 90 Robe fixtures were utilised across four stages, with Parklife featuring its Earth, Wind, Fire & Water themed arenas and stages.
The Water Stage hosted big names like Empire of the Sun, La Roux, Kaskade and Chardy. Twelve Robe ColorWash 700E ATs, 20 Robe ColorSpot 700E ATs and two Robe Fog 1500 FT smoke machines were rigged on truss verticals, front and mid stage trusses.
All fixtures were driven by a grandMA console. Lighting designs for “Empire of the Sun” were created by LD Hugh Toranto, and for the rest of the festival the rig was operated by Matt Hansen from MPH.
The Air Stage was the second largest stage where the line-up included MSTRKRFT, Crystal Castles, Tiga, and Autokratz. Lighting was operated by LD Justin Ogge (aka ‘netball skirt’) for the whole of the festival and LD Jack Davies for “Crystal Castles” designed the stage layout. The Robe rig was hung on wave shaped trusses with verticals, consisting of 14 Robe ColorSpot 700E ATs, four Robe ColorWash 2500E ATs, and Robe Fog 1500 FT smoke machines, along with a selection of LED fixtures and panels. All lightsources were controlled with another grandMA.
System tech Matt Downs from Clifton Productions, says, “Parklife Melbourne was again sold out as we knew it would be. The Robe’s performance throughout the event was ‘faultless’ and everyone was happy with how reliable the fixtures are, even when used relentlessly for hours on end in an extremely tough operating environment!”
Friday, February 19th, 2010
The six teams represented the five regions of India, plus a team for non-resident Indians (NRIs). The teams were Uttar Ke Puttar (North), Western Yodhas, Eastern Tigers, Central Surmas, Southern Sizzlers, and the NRI team Desi-Pardesi.
Every team featured a distinct character along with a unique logo, brand ambassador, choreographer, official supporter, cheerleaders, slogan, and even merchandise. The teams were challenged to embody the spirit of their zone and showcase their competitive spirit to emerge as India’s top zone. The series attracted some of the region’s top dancers, choreographers, and even Bollywood actors as judges.
Lighting Designer Atul Sonpal designed the setup for the series using a collection of Clay Paky Alpha series fixtures. The stage was configured in a dramatic tilted ring over the stage, canopied with the 19 Clay Paky Alpha Beam 700 fixtures directly over the stage, along with 18 Alpha Spot HPE 1200 to create gobos on the floor and set pieces, and 11 Alpha Wash 1200 to light the dome. The effects can be seen in Continue reading
Friday, January 15th, 2010
This website includes information on NSCA University classes, the NSCA Zone, ExpoJam!, and NSCA Education Foundation events to help attendees make the most of their time at the show. Members of the industry can also connect directly to their peers attending NSCA events and education through NSCA’s social networking sites on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter.
New for 2010, the site will highlight selected NSCA University education courses and special deals Continue reading