Monthly Archives: February 2014

Projection mapping on moving objects

Use of projections and video playback devices continues to grow in nearly all forms of entertainment. What started as simple playback of videos or slides in a theatre or house of worship has quickly moved into concerts and beyond. Ranging … Continue reading

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Musician’s Stories from the Trenches – Art Whitfield

Editor’s note:  This is the first in our recurring stories of Musican’s stories.  Some are biographies, others are of specific events in a musician’s life.  We hope you will enjoy reading these original stories, as told by the musicians themselves. … Continue reading

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Music Stand Light Glare – painting the support

If you use music stand lights that have a shiny silver support, you may find that the silver glares in your eyes from the lamp. There’s a simple solution – paint the support and spring clamp black on the musician side of the support. Continue reading

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