Tag Archives: lighting console programming

Broadway Show Review – Dear Evan Hansen

Broadway Show Review – Dear Evan Hansen A few weeks ago we held had our annual trip to see several Broadway shows.  This is a review of the lighting, sound, and tech for “Dear Evan Hansen” at the Music Box … Continue reading

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Broadway Show Review – Great Comet of 1812

Broadway Show Review – Natasha, Pierre, & The Great Comet of 1812 A few weeks ago we held had our annual trip to see several Broadway shows.  This is a review of the lighting, sound, and tech for “Great Comet … Continue reading

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Martin M-Play : Fader Wing for M-PC and other M products

Martin just announced a fader wing (control surface) for their M products, including M-PC. This is a companion to the M-Touch that we use with M-PC software. For now, here at WindWorks Design, we are sticking with our M-Touch as … Continue reading

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The Lighting Guru

I stumbled into this while browsing the web….. It’s a band’s description of who and what their lighting guy is and does.  I found it very funny. http://www.the-sisters-of-mercy.com/tech/lighting/lighting.htm  

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Night Before Christmas – Control Booth Edition

This link is from our friend Max: Hope you enjoy: http://www.controlbooth.com/forums/news/10439-twas-night-before-christmas-cb-edition.html

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Theatre Tech Review – “Ghost” at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre

This summer I took my annual theatre trip to NYC for my ongoing study of lighting and sound design at professional theatres. This year’s trip included “Tribes”, performed at the Barrow Street Theatre (see the previous post for the review … Continue reading

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Theatre Tech Review – “Tribes” at the Barrow Street Theatre NYC

This summer I took my annual theatre trip to NYC for my ongoing study of lighting and sound design at professional theatres.  This year’s trip included “Ghost” (that review will be coming later), and “Tribes”, performed at the Barrow Street … Continue reading

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Touchscreen MIDI “Kontrol Surface”

Learned about this product in the latest issue of PLSN.  It’s a touchscreen LCD monitor that’s positioned as a desktop “console” as you might like for audio or lighting.  This is the Kontrol Surface KS-1974 from Smithson Martin. While using … Continue reading

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“The Laramie Project”

We were very pleased to provide lights, sound FX, and video media for “The Laramie Project” at the Harley School on Nove  16 – 19.  The actors did a phenominal job.  It’s deep material that affects everyone working on and … Continue reading

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Happy Halloween

Happy Halloween from all of us at WindWorks Design.  House decorations gone wild. Hey they’ve done it for Christmas, so….  

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