List of Available Training Programs

 


Course I - Introduction to Automated Lights

Description: An non-technical overview of the features, categories and capabilities of intelligent lights.

Target Audience: Drama/dance/music/video directors, event producers, theater/church/school staff, students, production companies, designers, programmers, board operators and lighting technicians.

Cost: Free

Topics Include: • Advantages of Intelligent Lights
• Fixture Types & Sizes
• Intro to DMX-512
• AC Power Requirements & Dimming
• Fixture Attributes & Features
• Dichroic Color vs. Gels & Color Mixing
• Glass vs. Metal Gobs
• LEDs & Digital Lighting

Course II - Introduction to Hog III

Description: A non-technical overview of the features and capabilities of Hog 3 PC Console System.

Target Audience: Drama/dance/music/video directors, event producers, theater/church/school staff, students, production companies, designers, programmers, board operators and lighting technicians.

Cost: Free

Topics Include: • Advantages of the Hog 3 Software
• Capabilities & Uses for Hog 3PC
• System Components & Variations
• Screen Layout & Navigation
• Intro to DMX-512
• Conventional Light Control
• Moving Light Control
• Cue Playback

Course III - Basic Hog III Programming

Description: An introduction to console set-up, programming and playback.

Target Audience: Theater/church/school staff, production companies, designers, programmers, board ops, & techs.

Cost: Registration & Materials Fee TBA

Topics Include: Console layout and navigation, creating views, adjusting toolbars, basic patching, creating pallets & groups, recording & playback of cues, timing and basic effects engine use.


Course IV - Advanced Hog III Programming

Description: An in-depth seminar on advanced console functions.

Target Audience: Programmers and Board Operators

Cost: Registration & Materials Fee TBA

Topics Include: Advanced patching, tracking, advanced timing, paths, advanced pallets, advanced cue building,
advanced playback, blind, suck, advanced effects engine use, custom effects, virtual
faders, macros, visualizers, remote focus, networking, and timecode control.


Course V - Introduction to Digital Lighting & Media Servers

Description: An non-technical overview of the features, categories and capabilities of digital lighting

Target Audience: Drama/dance/music/video directors, event producers, theater/church/school staff, students, production companies, designers, programmers, board operators and lighting technicians.

Cost: Free

Topics Include: • Evolution of the “Digital Revolution”
• Hardware/Software Components
• Digital Lighting vs. Digital Scenery
• Digital Design Issues
• Digital Content Manipulation
• HES Digital Products Features & Uses

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Testimonials

Testimonial from Steve:

- Ron has saved my butt more than once. I've even had to resort to calling him well after hours, but he's the consummate showman and always delivers the goods!

Testimonial from Joe:

- Ron and the crew are the best!  They always have you covered - even if you need something uploaded immediately (like a backup of the show file you just trashed...).

No need to look elsewhere for a turn-key lighting rig that exceeded my expectations!