Silent Stage System With Integrated Wireless Light Show
Doug Lane
Nov 13 2020, 01:47 PM
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Hey guys! I've been gone for a while, and I've been busy! I just wanted to share a project I undertook this year. I built a silent stage rig with integrated in ear monitors, backing tracks, and an automated, synchronized light show platform through the use of MIDI-DMX protocol conversion. One of the other major perks of this setup is the unified audio source, which makes streaming audio for live performances a feature of the system, rather than an additional consideration. This video came from our first public reveal of the new system.

Since our first stream, we've made additional optimizations including setting up optional auxiliary speaker reinforcement for stage volume, wireless transmitters and receivers for the lights, and setting everything up for travel with minimal setup/teardown. This rig not only vastly reduces sound check time, but the considerations to deployability and modularity allow us to handle setup and teardown in the same time timeframe as traditional equipment (regular amps, acoustic drums, micing everything, not including lights) WITHOUT a crew!

Anyone else been working on building the spectacle around their performances? Show me what you've been doing to make yourself look cool!

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Mertay
Nov 13 2020, 07:04 PM
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Very good!

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Todd Simpson
Nov 18 2020, 06:31 AM
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This is very impressive stuff. I think it's worth a video or series of vids about how you put it all together! Great to see you back again! I hope you will join us in our new collab! We are looking folks to submit a backing track so if you have something handy share! smile.gif

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Doug Lane
Nov 20 2020, 01:28 PM
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QUOTE (Todd Simpson @ Nov 18 2020, 05:31 AM) *
This is very impressive stuff. I think it's worth a video or series of vids about how you put it all together! Great to see you back again! I hope you will join us in our new collab! We are looking folks to submit a backing track so if you have something handy share! smile.gif

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I'm sure I'll end up doing it if it garners enough interest smile.gif I'm sure lighting technicians wouldn't be happy about if I went open source with a guide, if a solution like this becomes mainstream it could put some people out of work.

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Todd Simpson
Nov 20 2020, 07:36 PM
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Work just changes smile.gif Building and maintaining and running systems like this is probably the future of lighting design. MESHUGGAH had something similar on their last tour.


QUOTE (Doug Lane @ Nov 20 2020, 08:28 AM) *
I'm sure I'll end up doing it if it garners enough interest smile.gif I'm sure lighting technicians wouldn't be happy about if I went open source with a guide, if a solution like this becomes mainstream it could put some people out of work.

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