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Dan Ridd, Steven Haynes and a team from Clearsound Productions in Shipston on Stour, UK, marked the culmination of a week of #LightItInRed ‘heart’ actions around the country with a spectacular livestream broadcast featuring mixmaster DJ Benji surrounded by a cool heart-shaped lighting rig designed by Steven and featuring Robe moving lights! With overall direction by Dan Ridd and camera and humour direction by Andy Cox, the multi-camera broadcast included two drone feeds plus assorted visual highlights from the last year of #LightItInRed campaigns. These have focused on keeping the entertainment, production, and performance industry visible and relevant during the pandemic and consequent shut down, and this content was eloquently wrangled by #LightItInRed’s Sarah Berryman.
Innovation Nation, the CBS Saturday morning TV show about change-making technologies, recently called on Verge Aero, a leading innovator and creator of drone light show systems, to find out more about the new aerial technology that is transforming entertainment events and celebrations.
The Collectv, the Emmy award-winning broadcast solutions and workflows consultancy, is pleased to announce its involvement in the production process of Netflix’s fly-on-the-pitwall F1 documentary series Formula One: Drive to Survive. The third season of the Box to Box Films production, covering the dramatic events of the 2020 Grand Prix calendar, will air on Netflix from March 19, a week before the 2021 F1 season commences at the Bahrain International Circuit in Bahrain.
Igniting NZ Sports: The Switch teams with Spark Sport for cloud production and delivery of F1, Premier League and New Zealand Cricket
- New Zealand OTT operator leverages The Switch’s MIMiC cloud-based production service to edit, package and deliver clips to social media
- Taps into The Switch’s global network and connectivity to premier sports venues around the world
Lighting designer Vladimir Lyubimov continues to use Astera Titan Tubes as a key lighting feature for concerts by acclaimed Russian rock musician, singer and poet, Svetlana Surganova. The most recent of these took place at Crocus City Hall in the Krasnogorsky District of Moscow, staged in the autumn – at the time this was during a brief period when concerts and large gatherings were allowed during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Live in Leith’ is a series of PPV (pay-per-view) digital gigs recorded at the fabulous Leith Theatre, Edinburgh, UK, combining some of the best rising star music talent in Scotland with spectacular production values – including Robe moving lights – which were used for two of the three initial set of broadcasts. The four featured artists – two per gig – were lit by two of Scotland’s leading lighting designers, Grant Anderson and Sam Jones and played captivating sets. Ransom FA and Nova Scotia the Truth brought clever and intricate verbiage and cool beats from the edge of Scottish grime, while power pop and post-punk rocked the house with Lucia and The Best Boys and The Ninth Wave.
The Armenian-American heavy metal band System of a Down (SoaD) recorded two new songs, “Protect the Land” and “Genocidal Humanoidz,” last fall which addressed the 2020 war in Nagorno-Karabakh. To enhance awareness of the situation in the band members’ ancestral homeland, they also shot a music video for “Protect the Land” with proceeds from the song and fan merchandise earmarked for the Armenia Fund and the humanitarian needs of families displaced by the war.
Hands on experience in the live events industry is crucial, especially when navigating the tenuous first steps. Belmont University offers students the opportunity to garner real-world training in all aspects of concert production with their Showcase Series, funded by the Mike Curb College of Entertainment and Music Business. Bandit Lites supplied the lighting system for the performances, including Christian, Pop/Rock, R&B and Hip-Hop as well as Country music.
Miami-based creative multifunctional studio, darmah, specialises in production design enhanced by the latest cutting-edge tools, and known for its exceptional attention to detail and extreme quality control. Last year, it once again demonstrated its industry-leading service by announcing the turnkey dXR stage with the latest Extended Reality (XR) Technology. From set design, creative direction and video content, to developing and delivering the final product, darmah is a much sought-after one-stop shop that uses state-of-the-art technology to bring emotion to the audience and create unforgettable moments. A big part of that is Brompton Technology LED processing, which has been key to the company’s success story over the last six years.
Palm Beach Opera has brought joy to Florida’s classical music fans with an innovative opera festival with nine days of performances at the iTHINK Financial Amphitheatre in West Palm Beach. The socially distanced event was the company’s first outdoor, open-air festival which implemented a variety of measures to ensure the safety of performers, crew and audience members alike.
For the TV broadcast of the Grammy Awards last Sunday, RailCam Robotic Systems premiered the new RTS MagCam paired with a NEWTON stabilized camera head. The MagCam is a remote-controlled wheeled dolly with telescopic tower, that follows a magnetic tape line on the floor. This tape can be attached or adjusted in seconds and this allows for very quick and agile installs of remote TV cameras with repeatable moves.
The pandemic period will surely be remembered for many things including the invention and creativity manifested by an entertainment and technical production industry determined to keep music and performance accessible and relevant during a world public health crisis and the resulting enforced isolation.
The fusion of fashion and technology has become a new form of SMT business layout in recent years. The once professional and rigorous "technical" people have entered into the fashion circle. Appearing at one after another international luxury brand conferences, step by step to subvert people’s stereotypes of "technical people", SMT is not only aspiring to become the “darling of the fashion circle", but to build its own brand value. The brand-new attempt is an exploration and development of new ecological business areas.
When full service lighting company Squeek Lights converted part of their new facility in Middlesex, New Jersey, into the Ruby Stage last July, the space, which featured Elation Dartz 360™ and Artiste Picasso™ lights under NX2™ control, quickly attracted music clients for livestreams and video productions. Ruby Stage has now been updated with a new design that offers clients an enhanced professional setup for even better on-camera looks.
High-Profile Video Project for Acclaimed Artist Post Malone Facilitated by Clear-Com Solutions and “Invaluable” Customer Service
Joe Sanchez, Sound Engineer and Owner of a boutique live sound and broadcast production company, was recently approached to assist with the communications integration for a high-profile motion capture video project involving American rapper, Post Malone. With an extremely tight deadline and a need for the primary shot callers to remote-in, this project already posed some unique challenges. Sanchez employed the help of Clear-Com®’s Eclipse® HX Digital Matrix, LQ® IP Interfaces, FreeSpeak II® Digital Wireless Intercom, HelixNet® Digital Network Partyline, and the Agent-IC® Mobile Intercom App, but he insists it was the help of Clear-Com’s invaluable customer service that truly made this production possible.