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    My Newton next to the ETC express lighting console

    1. splorp 100 months ago | reply

      Nicely shot, Owen. I love the way you captured the Newton's backlight. Make it look so totally tech.

    2. owenscenic 100 months ago | reply

      I wish the green of the backlight showed up better, gotta futz with it in photoshop.

    3. Lsnicket 98 months ago | reply

      I think I have used a similar lighting boards. nice pic

    4. grahamhancock 98 months ago | reply

      Nice ETC board. I've used a board a few models up from that one. What're you running lights for?

      G

    5. userjack6880 [deleted] 98 months ago | reply

      MMh.... I didn't think that board was all that common.

      I've used, as e3mw said, a model higher than it. Though... because of space, we used a LCD instead of a CRT.

      Oh, and nice newton.

    6. owenscenic 98 months ago | reply

      e3mw-
      I teach lighting design at a university and design lights as well.

      userjack6880-
      I'm gonna replace the CRT as soon is it kicks the bucket. I try to squeeze the usefullness out of everything.

    7. notlikecalvin 98 months ago | reply

      I've always had a soft spot for ETC consoles: I know you're supposed to come down on one side of the ETC/Strand fence, but there's something for everybody.

      The Newton isn't doing something clever with ethernet/DMX, is it? Because that would just be /totally/ geekcool.

    8. Lsnicket 98 months ago | reply

      The only problem I have had with those lighting boards is that the #pad keys can are a little close to each other and when you are one number off during a performance...

    9. Gomez Addams 61 months ago | reply

      It's a MessagePad!

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