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Why DIY Rigging is a Bad Idea

Mar 18, 2019

  Integrating a new AVL system into your auditorium, theater or venue is an exciting and effective way to enhance every performance or show. A dynamic AVL system can transform any live event into an immersive, engaging experience your audiences…

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Stage Lighting: How to Choose a Color Scheme

Stage Lighting: How to Choose a Color Scheme

Sep 19, 2018

We live in a colorful world. From brighter display screens on our smartphones to the eye-grabbing HDR experience on new OLED televisions, we enjoy more color saturation and intensity than ever before. Just take a look at a news broadcast…

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Stage Lighting: Images, Texture and  Patterns, Oh My!

Stage Lighting: Images, Texture and Patterns, Oh My!

Sep 12, 2018

It’s common knowledge that paint can do much more than simply cover a wall with a particular color. With added texture and applied designs, the creative use of paint can open up and provide distinctive character accents to almost any…

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Stage Lighting: The Most Important Tool in Your…

Sep 05, 2018

When you stop to think of any memorable play or performance you’ve ever attended, you think of two major stimuli — light and sound. And while you may first recall an actor’s heart-stopping soliloquy or a perfectly harmonized musical duet,…

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The Importance of AVL in Worship

May 29, 2018

  Unsurprisingly, as much as 68 percent of Americans own a smartphone that keeps them constantly engaged in multimedia experiences. Because of this increased interaction with technology, organizations across a spectrum of industries are opting to include AV integration into their operations.…

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AV Design for Beginners: What to Look for…

Apr 11, 2018

Are you building a new space for your business or organization? Are you renovating an already existing space, and remodeling it to fit your current needs? Twenty, fifteen or even ten years ago, it might have been enough to build…

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