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Gary Numan’s recent UK tour, which completed at the end of October, marked his 40th anniversary as a solo musical artist. From his first massively influential solo album, The Pleasure Principle, in 1979 to the modern day, Numan has always applied extremely high standards to his music production and, of course, his live performances.
Multiple EMMY Award-winning lighting designer Bob Barnhart chose 80 VL2600 Profile luminaires from Vari-Lite, a Signify (Euronext: LIGHT) entertainment lighting brand, as his “workhorse” tool for the 16th season of Fox’s popular TV show, So You Think You Can Dance. The new LED fixtures helped Barnhart to deliver an endless variety of looks in the tightest of time-frames.
For the current world tour by British pop sensation Charli XCX, lighting designer Elliott Mountford is enjoying the power and consistency of the VL2600 Profile luminaire from Vari-Lite, a Signify (Euronext: LIGHT) entertainment lighting brand.
Leading television lighting director Bernie Davis successfully trialed the new VL2600 Profile LED luminaire from Vari-Lite, a Signify (Euronext: LIGHT) entertainment lighting brand, on the prestigious BBC Proms classical music festival this summer.
For Marillion’s orchestral UK tour dates in November, lighting designer Yenz Nyholm chose the remarkable light output and color mixing ability of the VL2600 Wash fixture from Vari-Lite, a Signify (Euronext: LIGHT) entertainment lighting brand.
VMI is a drama and documentary camera rental company based in London, supplying cameras and lenses to ITV, Tiger Aspect, Hat Trick, Bentley, BBC and Big Talk.
LYNX Technik AG®, provider of modular interfaces for broadcast and professional AV signal processing applications, announced today that Varun Patel has joined the management team as Product Manager for the entire range of LYNX solutions including the award-winning greenMachine® software-based signal processing platform, yellobrik® throw-down interfaces, and Series 5000® (with APPolo software) rack and card-based solutions.
A crazy gig of epic proportions saw a quarter of a million Vasco Rossi fans pack into Modena Park for the one and only 2017 live appearance by Italian superstar and local hero in an epic homecoming concert. Lighting designer Giovanni Pinna, known for the imagination and flair of his work, wanted to make a BIG impact for this incredible show … and utilized 550 Robes as the backbone of his rig – making about around two-thirds of the total fixture count – with 200 x Spiiders, 50 x BMFL Blades and Spots, 200 x LEDWash 1200s and 600s and 100 x LEDBeam 100s.
Italian showman, superstar and self-styled provocateur Vasco Rossi – Il Blasco – was back with another monumental Live Kom tour including six sold out nights at Milan’s San Siro stadium – packed with 70,000 fans a pop – delighting all with a performance spectacle to match his profile as Italy’s most loved and talked about rock star! Leading the creative production team was lighting designer Giovanni Pinna, who has worked with the artist for many years as part of a talented team ensuring that the live shows are constantly exciting, interesting and innovative and meet the massive public expectations each year.
Concerts by Italian megastar Vasco Rossi are usually a full-on emotional and engaging experience, but the recent ‘Non Stop Live’ summer stadium tour by the iconic artist was also ‘moving’ from a completely different perspective … a large Kinesys automation system was used to dramatically change the architecture and shape of the stage through the show.
A Calrec Summa console is turbo-charging audio coverage aboard UM 21, a brand-new 4K OB vehicle by Spanish production company VAV Compañia de Producciones. Dorna Sports is the official rights holder for the FIM World Championship Grand Prix of motorcycle road racing. The company is using UM 21 for its HD coverage of the FIM CEV Moto2 European championships series currently underway in Europe.
I was recently told that I obviously don’t understand the big picture.
It happened when I was discussing Apple’s latest earnings report where they made a helluva’ lot of money but not as much as some young MBA on Wall Street (who never designed/manufactured anything) thought they should make.
The Apple stock went down while a Unicorn’s – great free-for-now service – stock went up even though it lost a ton of money and was light years away from making money.