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One hundred Claypaky XTYLOS units were used to create the "Il colore del suono" (the color of sound) lighting rig, conceived by the Giò Forma studio and created in conjunction with Claypaky's lighting designer Marco Zucchinali.
Alex Trimble (vocals, rhythm guitar, beats, synths), Kevin Baird (bass, synths, backing vocals) and Sam Halliday (lead guitar, backing vocals) have honed a unique live sound in recent years, in no small part due to FOH mixer Ian Laughton, a long-time Britannia Row customer who has live engineered the ‘Clubs shows for over five years.
Nearly 300 Robe moving lights and seven RoboSpot systems were delivered by Melpomen (part of the B-Live Group) to the 2019 Hellfest French rock festival, complete with six BMFL LTs from rental company Novelty, claiming a ‘world first’ for the usage of these fixtures in a festival context. The event is staged annually at Clisson in Loire-Atlantique, France and claims the biggest festival audience in France – attracting approximately 170,000 – and it is also one of the largest metal festivals in Europe, with six dynamic stages of live action and over 100 artists performing. This year the line-up included Kiss, Slayer, ZZ Top, The Sisters of Mercy, FuManchu, Gojira and Mass Hysteria and many more.
Tucked away in the Arts District of Las Vegas, a unique installation is taking shape. Ed Shaw of NEICO and Brett Bolton are working tirelessly to create the first of its kind audio visual art installation in Las Vegas. With the support of Avolites, Group One Ltd, AG Light and Sound, X-Laser, GLP and Notch, NEICO presents SPLNTR.
Lighting designer Sooner Routhier of Nashville, USA-based SRae Productions designed lighting for Muse’s just completed “Simulation Theory” world tour that started in February this year, following the English band’s highly acclaimed eighth album release in November 2018. It was Sooner’s first lighting design for the band and she was delighted to be one of artistic director Jesse Lee Stout’s creative collaborators for the tour. Their large, distinctive ‘alt-rock’ sound and esoteric brain-twisting lyrics have enthralled a generation of music fans since they burst on the scene in 1994.
Martin Audio has announced the first sale of its new Wavefront Precision WPS array into the rental community. The 8” ultra-compact system—featuring scalable resolution optimisation technology—met the requirements of its premier partner, Capital Sound, and has gone out on Eddie Izzard’s UK and Ireland tour.
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.
The Liaoning Ballet has taken delivery of 40 ADB Klemantis AS1000 LED cyclorama lights, half of them for fixed installation for the Liaoning Ballet and half for the ballet company’s worldwide touring performances of “Hua Mulan.”
The Liaoning Ballet is one of the most famous ballet companies in China. It is known for producing new Chinese cultural works and performing well-known ballet classics. The story of a powerful female general in Chinese history, “Hua Mulan” has had many incarnations, including a Disney animated film. The Liaoning Ballet’s new production interprets the iconic tale through modern ballet choreography and music. It is now touring globally.
A Robe moving light rig supplied by Tallinn-based rental company E&T was used for Estonia’s two highest-profile annual summer opera festivals, the Birgitta Festival organized by the Tallinn Philharmonic Society and Saaremaa Opera Days organized by Eesti Kontsert.
Both Festivals are acclaimed for their stunning productions and charismatic settings, and both staged a range of different works throughout their 2019 seasons.
The highly acclaimed CyberHoist IITM system was used for the performance of Janet Jackson’s 18-date Metamorphosis residency at the Park Theater located in the Park MGM hotel and casino in Las Vegas. The gear was supplied out of the Cybermotion Rental office located in Manheim, Pennsylvania.
Splendour in the Grass has quickly risen to become one of Australia’s premier music festivals attracting a 30,000+ crowd over the weekend around beautiful Bryon Bay!
Leading rental company Creative Productions from the Gold Coast looked after house lighting on all five main stages supplying Robe moving lights for a glittering line-up of local and international music artists.
CPL supplied full technical design and production – creating a fabulous in-the-round environment – for show producers Pandora Events who delivered Tropic Skincare’s 2019 “Glambassador” motivational event, a high-energy day action-packed with new product launches, presentations, awards and live entertainment, complete with a gala dinner.
Legendary singer-songwriter Brian Wilson recently wrapped another tour with a lighting system from Bandit Lites. The tour showcased the Beach Boys classic album Pet Sounds as well as featuring the 1960 album Friends. The Zombies opened the show by performing their 1968 masterpiece, Odessey and Oracle in its entirety.
Life is Beautiful Festival organizers posed a challenge to lighting designer Rob Ross in the run up to the 2019 event in Las Vegas – get more attendees to use an alleyway corridor to travel between stages instead of the over-packed main street thoroughfare. Ross succeeded with a 450-ft long, immersive environment that featured alluring lighting effects from Elation Professional Proteus series luminaires.
Pulse Lighting supplies Sapphire Touch lighting control console paired with new Synergy and Ai software for band’s latest North American trek