When I think star drop on a budget I think fishing line, aluminum foil and the can of assorted nuts/washers in the scene shop no one has ever sorted. This with a couple of side light Elipsoidals and a black scrim if you have one works pretty dang well.
If I didn't' want it to function like a lighting console why would I buy it? Isn't that the point of adding lighting to Q-lab?
I'm curious what makes you think that the default behavior is innovative as tracking evolved from only writing down your changes on your cue sheets when running switch...
Interesting. I can see how it would be useful in a space with out separate designers. They need to fix their "Goto Cue" sequence so it looks at previous Q's as well. Currently it's working like old tracking boards and not referencing the previous Q's. Which is shitty and annoying
Except for the quote about starving themselves it's a good article. A ballerina who's starving themselves isn't doing it right. I can't tell you the amount of times I've almost lost a limb going out to eat with ballerinas after performances.
Yep. See that's how it should work. According to multiple sources Element is in its one to one patch. Board is powered off, Unison works correctly. Element is patched for a show, and then powered off. Unison stops working.
So I'm going into a new space next week that I haven't worked in before. Everyone I've talked to is saying that when repatching their Element it messes up their Unison system.
This of course doesn't jive right with my head unless there has been some sort of integration between Unison and...