The two lighting directors of the Summer Rammstein tour, Bertil Mark and Faren Matern, used a total of four TimeCore devices. Full details of how they were used and what the designers thought of them can be found in the news item.
Photographs 1 & 2: Steffen Meyer
Photograph 3: Bertil Mark
Light Image used the TimeCore for the first time in Netherlands on 5 May. It was used during the set from Dutch band Kensington on their 2017 Festival Tour at Bevrijdingsfestival Overijssel, Zwolle.
TimeCore was used for timecode monitor, testing pre-show & converting to Art-net Timecode for the GRPH video server running all content in sync with the band and overlaying real-time live camera effects.
Video Operator: Jeroen van der Velden
LD: Jop Kuipers
Customer Martin Symul from MSLEvent in Belgium stated of this first outing with TimeCore: “Works great! TimeCore is really good stuff”.
MSLEvent’s project was a corporate event celebrating 40 years for concrete wall specialist, Schelfhout in Kinrooi. Technical was lead by MSL and video mapping provided by Dirty Monitor.
The TimeCore triggered: Sound system Lacoustics & Midas M32 - Lighting desk: GrandMA 2 - Video Server: Arkaos Studio Server
Visual Productions enjoyed a busy week in Frankfurt during the Prolight+Sound tradeshow. It saw the launch of the TimeCore timecode generator/convertor and also Cuety on Android was displayed for the first time. Thank you all for coming to see us.
Cuelux and B-Station were both run into a DMX Merger running in LTP mode so that when someone came into the church in the morning they could switch on the house house lights via the B-Station and then that could be later overridden from Cuelux when the stage lighting was in use.
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