Archive for October, 2007

Sighting: A Bronx Tale on Broadway

Thursday, October 25th, 2007

Award-winning designer John Gromada wrote in yesterday to say: Tomorrow night ‘A Bronx Tale‘ opens on Broadway with 2 QLab systems running in tandem. This is the first time I have used QLab on Broadway and it has been a resounding success. QLab’s interface is simple and intuitive—allowing complex sequences to be built and modified [...]

Video Cue Update

Wednesday, October 24th, 2007

Version 1.1.5 of the Video Cue offers the following fixes: Fixed a problem where an inefficient use of graphics memory could cause workspaces with very many Video Cues to crash or behave erratically. This adjustment also shortens load times for video workspaces. Fixed a problem where some video files could be truncated by a small [...]

Sighting: Live Sound International Magazine

Wednesday, October 17th, 2007

QLab appears in the October 2007 issue of Live Sound International magazine: A trip to mid-town Manhattan without taking in a Broadway show would be like skipping Restaurant Row or Ray’s Pizza. With AES’ 123rd Convention in the Big Apple, we visited four top shows to see what equipment is used when the stakes are [...]

Icon Pride

Wednesday, October 17th, 2007

It seems that Bobby Anderson really hit one out of the park when he designed the new icon for QLab. I’ve stumbled across several posts on the world wide interweb about his work. The links pretty much sum it up in and of themselves: http://brisbanecreative.com.au/links/the-most-beautiful-os-x-app-icon-ive-ever-seen/ http://scottkoon.org/2007/08/15/im-in-awe-of-icon-designers/ Lucky me, I got his last icon before he [...]

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