In the second part of our guide to moving lights control with the Cham Sys MagicQ, we take the previously patched fixtures and manipulate them into palettes while understanding what [ … ]
In the first of our moving light control tutorials using the Cham Sys MagicQ, we find out how to patch and wrangle intelligent fixtures and follow our progress on a [ … ]
In the final part of our Cham Sys MagicQ PC Getting Started tutorials, we work to the final stage of preparing our show for the fictional 3 piece band using [ … ]
MagicQ tutorial Part 1 takes it from the top. An anti-quick start guide, we take it slow so as not to miss the scenery.
In the first of our long awaited series of tutorials, On Stage Lighting has a beginner’s guide to the MagicQ PC. A sightseeing tour rather than a how-to, this article [ … ]
Media Servers and Digital Lighting was a quick introduction to “convergence” and the technologies involved in using digital media for stage lighting. Current lighting trends include the use of arrays [ … ]
Our main stage lighting guides are backstage at http://learn.onstagelighting.co.uk/stage-lighting-guides/ but here are some examples of the some free guides available at On Stage Lighting to help a beginner in stage lighting. [ … ]
With a newly updated article on a popular topic at On Stage Lighting, we look at stage lighting design software and CAD options when it comes to planning and communication [ … ]
An introduction to the Compulite Vector lighting control, a guest article by UK Vector trainer Joe Bleasdale. If you don’t really know much about the Vector, a favourite in control [ … ]
Today, on our third birthday, we take a look at the past three years, reveals some top secret statistics about this site and have some very exciting news too.
This is an example of some of the content available here at the On Stage Lighting free site. There is a lot more behind-the-the scenes at: http://learn.onstagelighting.co.uk Video Channel On [ … ]
On Stage Lighting has always liked the ChamSys MagicQ and MagicQ PC, the free PC lighting control software, is the cheapest way to get your hands on a professional console. [ … ]