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Aleksi_Luonila

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Literature for lighting
« on: April 12, 2019, 03:53:34 am »

Hey!

I bumped on this forum while I was browsing another day, so I'm a newcomer here.

I'm writing a final thesis on the usage of automation in stagelighting/theatrical lighting and was wondering, does anyone here have any suggestions of literature in the subject? I've noticed they are pretty hard to come buy. Especially where I live.

Sorry for grammatical errors, English is not my mother tongue.

And thank you in advance!
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Re: Literature for lighting
« Reply #1 on: April 12, 2019, 08:53:08 am »

Hey!

I bumped on this forum while I was browsing another day, so I'm a newcomer here.

I'm writing a final thesis on the usage of automation in stagelighting/theatrical lighting and was wondering, does anyone here have any suggestions of literature in the subject? I've noticed they are pretty hard to come buy. Especially where I live.

Sorry for grammatical errors, English is not my mother tongue.

And thank you in advance!

Hi Luonils,
Before anyone can answer your question, you will need to go back and change your display name to your real name as per forum rules and as indicated when you registered. Once completed, I am sure you will get helpful suggestions ....
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Re: Literature for lighting
« Reply #2 on: April 12, 2019, 09:00:16 am »

Hi Luonils,
Before anyone can answer your question, you will need to go back and change your display name to your real name as per forum rules and as indicated when you registered. Once completed, I am sure you will get helpful suggestions ....

Roger and done!
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Re: Literature for lighting
« Reply #3 on: April 12, 2019, 09:05:26 am »

Roger and done!

Thank you and welcome to the forum!!
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Re: Literature for lighting
« Reply #4 on: April 12, 2019, 10:19:25 am »

Hey!

I bumped on this forum while I was browsing another day, so I'm a newcomer here.

I'm writing a final thesis on the usage of automation in stagelighting/theatrical lighting and was wondering, does anyone here have any suggestions of literature in the subject? I've noticed they are pretty hard to come buy. Especially where I live.

Sorry for grammatical errors, English is not my mother tongue.

And thank you in advance!
Hi, and welcome to the forums!

There are a number of instances of production companies using Ableton Live to automate the light shows that they pre-programmed, synchronizing with the music.

This would be dependent on programmed MIDI tempos for timing (and click tracks, and pre-recorded instruments to augment the performance.)

Im new to Ableton, and, while researching the product, its use in automating lighting seemed interesting.

That might be a good area for you to research for your thesis.

Best regards.
Bob Charest


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