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Discussion in 'Wiki' started by philhaney, Sep 4, 2008.

  1. philhaney

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    1. A device used to light a stage, also known as a fixture by some. In the UK, the most common name is lantern. Probably the most correct name, and the one most used by manufacturers, is luminaire.

    In a realistic setting, instruments (PARs, Fresnels, Lekos, and so on) are not meant to be seen by the audience. When the fixture is seen (for example, a chandelier, a wall sconce, or the thing on your end table) by the audience, it is called a practical.

    2. A tool: "surgical instrument" ex. scalpel; or device: "test instrument" ex. DMM or oscilloscope.

    3. Apparatus for making music--band instrument: tuba; orchestra instrument: violin.
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