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Our market-leading programme spans multiple theatres, each dedicated to specialist areas of the live entertainment technology industry
Lighting & Industry Initiatives
Featuring major creative projects from the biggest names in the business. Last year's attendees enjoyed:
- A dive into the Royal Shakespeare Company's production of The Tempest which used genuinely game changing digital technologies.
- Giudizio Universale: Michelangelo and the Secrets of the Sistine Chapel, revealing how the €9million immersive stage show was created.
- Production Park and Brilliant Stages discussing their most complicated video facade in the world on the Nur Alem Pavilion.
- 59 Productions' presentation on how they create 'Drama Beyond the Stage' with old fashioned story telling and modern technology.
Audio & AV
All the need-to-know information audiophiles would ever need. Last year's attendees experienced:
- A live mix created by Robbie Williams' sound engineer Simon Hodge as he built the basics of a mix from scratch using a multi-track.
- The SoundGirls exploring live mixing apps and immersive sound systems and their effects on the artist-audience connection.
- Britannia Row who demonstrated the use of speaker system prediction software to create a system design for an arena.
- Holoplot's deep dive into 'Wave Field Synthesis for 3D Sound Applications and Challenging Acoustic Environments'.
Rigging & Production
Essential knowledge, delivered by seasoned riggers. Last year's attendees took advantage of:
- Scotty Stewart looking at the underlying forces during circus and aerial rigging as well as a session on 'Simple Rigging Calculations'.
- A panel of seasoned international riggers discussing the problems of working from trusses, seeking to identify potential solutions.
- An interactive 'Ask the Expert' session hosted by the National Rigging Advisory Group for all those interested in a career in rigging.
- ITV's Operational Risk Manager discussing the limitations of traditional Health & Safety and the challenge of changing approach.
Free, practical training from official brand representatives. Last year's attendees for hands on with:
- The Speechline Digital Wireless system from Sennheiser, learning how to spec, configure, operate and remote monitor multiple systems.
- The ChamSys QuickQ range of consoles and software, getting to grips with fixtures and programming.
- The ChamSys MagicQ range of consoles and software, learning how to patch a new show, create cues and FX and MagicVis.
- The Zero-88 FLX family of consoles, providing a comprehensive introduction for all levels.