Also available is the grandMA off-line editor software, which behaves like a real console, displaying show data and programmes exactly as experienced on the grandMA. Shows may be edited and created using the software. It is also possible to connect to the consoles via Ethernet, permitting programming and remote control from a distant location. Therefore, the grandMA offline-editor can be utilized as an ideal designer remote or programming aid for use with the grandMA replay unit. The grandMA off-line editor software may be downloaded free of charge from the MA Lighting website below:
Friday, 30 November 2001
High Wycombe-based AC Lighting has announced availability of the new grandMA ultra-light console from MA Lighitng. Previewed in London at the PLASA Show in September and fully launched at LDI in Orlando, the grandMA ultra-light is suitable for concert lighting, touring productions, trade fairs and exhibitions, as well as theatre, TV and studio use. The compact console provides 1,024 control channels (2 DMX lines), a full-colour TFT touch-screen, 10 manual executor faders, 10 executor buttons, four encoders and a multifunction trackball. The console features software compatibility with the grandMA, grandMA light consoles and the grandMA replay unit, permitting transfer and playback of show-files created on any members of the grandMA family.