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August 5, 2022 · Sweetwater · $123.00​
Sound, Music, and Intercom​
NickVon said - Does the hole used for many Shure and Sennheiser rack systems have a name. It's the one which is just a small1/2" diameter hole with on side squared off/flat. For use with the included BNC pass through panel mount connectors for antennas. I've found "D" style mounts terms and Keystone but can't find what that hole may be ...
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Sound, Music, and Intercom​
Alex Smith said - Of course, this is a show in a space not intended for or designed for theatrical productions, which should have made me shy away but I never learn. Running Qlab 4 for lights and sound on a 2016 MacBook Pro, into a GigaPort via USB, and out the GigaPort into a long 3.5mm cable (I know, I know) that runs to an amp and speakers ...
June 28, 2022 · Clownantics.com · $6.50​
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Benjamin Fink said - I think I saw an exhibit or workshop at USITT this year on cable and tentacle mechanisms, and I think that might be a solution for this, or may be overkill but a decent starting point to brainstorm. I foud a couple of excerpts from the Rick Baker School on Youtube on cable mechanisms. They have a paid course here that has ...
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August 02, 2022 * 11 posts * 229 views
jonliles said: Has anyone experienced or heard of a failure of the AES50 card on their Behringer X32? A local HoW I work with had a power surge during a storm that knocked out some of the LED ... Read more >>
August 06, 2022 * 4 posts * 144 views
Alex Smith said: Of course, this is a show in a space not intended for or designed for theatrical productions, which should have made me shy away but I never learn. Running Qlab 4 for lights and ... Read more >>
August 05, 2022 * 3 posts * 133 views
Preston33154 said: OK... It's a 52-seat small theatre. Minimal budget. We are producing the play "Misery" based on the Stephen King novel. With the audience a mere 12-feet (3.6m) away... the actress ... Read more >>
August 05, 2022 * 3 posts * 120 views
NickVon said: Does the hole used for many Shure and Sennheiser rack systems have a name. It's the one which is just a small1/2" diameter hole with on side squared off/flat. For use with the ... Read more >>
August 03, 2022 * 11 posts * 302 views
heysoundude said: Thanks, neighbour. I know these boxes are still floating around out there, so I wanted to see if anyone had by chance had the same sort of idea and actually tried/tested it. I ... Read more >>
August 03, 2022 * 2 posts * 98 views
The Event Safety Podcast said: Is your meter lying to you? Can welding cable be used in event applications? Does electricity always take the path of least resistance? Is it ok to plug a power strip into another ... Read more >>
August 02, 2022 * 18 posts * 620 views
ship said: Derek and others already took the thunder out of any fire I might have. Yes photos of the fixture/wiring/plug type/Lamp socket condition amongst other things that on school break ... Read more >>
August 03, 2022 * 10 posts * 297 views
jtweigandt said: We seek him here, we seek him there. I was fortunate enough to play Hal, one of the bounders 20 years ago I also took a plaster cast of the face of our Pimpernel for the simulated ... Read more >>
August 05, 2022 * 12 posts * 492 views
gafftaper said: This is not an answer that solves the OP's problem but, someone down the road is going to be reading this post and I hope this will help them find big letters. I used www.craftcuts.com ... Read more >>
August 02, 2022 * 11 posts * 522 views
gafftaper said: That's sort of how they do the parade music. They do some crazy stuff to make their GPS system highly accurate. Then they track the floats. There's a background parade music track ... Read more >>

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