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Barbizon Florida Opening Party Free Hog Training!!

Discussion in 'Lighting and Electrics' started by houseoutgo, Feb 13, 2009.

  1. houseoutgo

    houseoutgo Member

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    Barbizon Lighting Company | Florida

    This event will be held Thursday, February 26th 2009, 9:30 – 6pm in the vacant warehouse space next to our new office/showroom at 11551 Interchange Circle South, Miramar FL 33025. This show will feature a wide cross section of TV, Film, Theatrical and Architectural Manufacturer’s products and an equally diverse attendee base. We have strived to create diverse training sessions to accommodate our varied attendee base, featuring lighting for HD, Worship, Theater and TV.
    BLUE Sessions will take place in Barbizon’s Demo room.

    Free hog training on Friday the 27th
    Description:
    The Hog 3 training session will focus on programming and playback objectives. Console syntax will be covered as components of the lecture topics including playback methods, user interface, "clean" programming, base palettes, and utility lists.
    Hog playback
    Single fader
    Multiple fader
    Virtual fader
    Creating a user interface
    "Clean" programming
    Palette usage
    Palette naming
    Informational palettes
    Base palettes
    colors
    gobos
    positions
    Utility lists
    Startup, shutdown, fixture checks
    Timecode on/off
    Safety lists
    Alternate shows (e.g. rain show)
     
  2. highschooltech

    highschooltech Active Member

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    Almost makes it worth flying across the country.
     
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    marcusianl Member

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    Hey,

    I'm up in Coral Springs and I'm wondering if this training would be helpful to people with absolutely no experience with intelligent lights or if it is geared more for people who have done some work with them.

    -Marcus
     
  4. photoatdv

    photoatdv Active Member

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    Welcome Marcus. Sorry to burst your bubble, but that training was several months ago.
     
  5. marcusianl

    marcusianl Member

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    Hahaha good point. I didn't look at the year XD. Thanks for the heads up
     
  6. derekleffew

    derekleffew Resident Curmudgeon Senior Team Premium Member

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    Some experience with moving lights and/or control consoles is almost always a prerequisite to classes like this.

    I do not think the console training would be beneficial to someone who has NO experience with moving lights. Nor would it be particularly valuable to someone who does not have access to one of the console family being taught. Too many times I see students getting caught up with being amazed at what the fixtures can do, that they miss console basics. One sort of needs to "get over" the fixtures in order to concentrate on the console.
     
    Last edited: Jul 10, 2009

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