That you have to patch your devices in your project again or differently is certainly not uncommon. But did you know that in DMXControl 3 from the beginning you can also call an editable overview of all devices in the project?
Here is a short report from the last show "Rocket Rhapsody" with the sound collective of the HTW in Berlin, where Frank was significantly involved in the lighting. Once again, the DMXControl group concept has proven itself very well. But we also have to point out a bug with the update button.
Many of you can sing a song about it and even we have experienced it live in the context of one of our livestreams: in terms of availability and stability, the German internet has still not arrived in the 21st century. But what this has to do with DMXControl 3, we have put together in this somewhat different Live@Work.
For many of you DMXControl 2 was the measure of all things for a long time. Due to the discontinuation of DMXControl 2 it was necessary to rethink how to continue. For our user Steff it meant to get familiar with DMXControl 3 and to adapt the previous one. How this developed, he has written together for you.
Frank recently had a gig in Berlin, even if he wasn't on stage himself. It was about the lighting of a classical concert of the Tonkollektiv of the HTW Berlin in the Emmauskirche to Berlin-Kreuzberg. Despite the simple lighting setup, there was a lot of applause for the musicians as well as some important insights. More about this in his short report.
When preparing an event, not everything always has to run smoothly, especially if you are not so experienced at it. Frank had to experience what such stumbling blocks can be at one of his last events. He has collected his experiences for you under the motto “failures, bad luck and mishaps - lessons learned”.
"Let's get ready to rumble!" - there is probably no better sentence, which stands more for the combat sport. At the Phoenix Fight Championship in the Rundsporthalle Baunatal this sentence did not fall, but it was a real highlight for all participants including our club member Stefan. How to experience such an event up close, you can read in this Live@Work edition.
For the first time in three years, a graduation party took place at the Platen-Gymnasium Ansbach this year. The technical support was provided by our community member Johannes. In this Live@Work issue he reviewed the whole project including ups and downs.
With DMXControl 3.2.0, German finally found its way into the user interface thanks to a reasonable implementation solution. However, this does not remain so with DMXControl 3.3.0. Therefore, the question: Est-ce que tu parles français? Oui, bien sûr. Je parle français aussi. Et DMXControl 3.3.0? Bien sûr, également.
The pandemic continues and the traditional Christmas services still could not be held in the hitherto known framework. So once again the variant "Gottesdiest under the open sky" came into play. In this Live@Work, we take a closer look at one of the outdoor Christmas services and what challenges the rain posed.
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