PLASA Focus returns to Glasgow with over 80 brands and industry-leading programme
Tuesday, 14 November 2017
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UK - PLASA Focus Glasgow, Scotland’s only dedicated event for entertainment technology, returns to the Scottish Event Campus (SEC) on the 17-18 January, with free registration now open.
The trade show, which is hosting leading international brands, networking events and a programme of seminars and workshops, will offer visitors access to over 80 pro audio, lighting, AV, rigging and staging brands, including Avolites, Bose, Chauvet, ETC, Funktion-One and Robe.
Chris Toulmin, Commercial Director at PLASA comments: “Scotland is renowned for its famed festivals, iconic venues and rich cultural heritage, and we are extremely proud to host an event which supports this incredibly rich sector in Scotland. We are looking forward to another successful year of providing Scotland with the perfect stage for networking, training and discovering.”
Industry professionals at PLASA Focus Glasgow can take advantage of a diverse programme which will see lighting designer duo Simon Hayes and Kate Bonney discuss their work on The Enchanted Forest, Scotland's largest outdoor light & sound show. The show, which attracted over 70,000 visitors in 2017, has won a host of prestigious awards including the UK Event Award for Best Cultural Event. The team will discuss their experience of working in the challenging environment, what state-of-the-art equipment helped them realise their vision, and share lessons they’ve learnt from lighting other outdoor events.
Lighting professionals can also get hands-on training courtesy of ChamSys. Over two days, attendees can learn the basics of MagicQ, MagicVis Visualisation, MagicHD Media Player, and find out more about the latest MagicQ software.
For audio professionals, Oran Burns of d&b audiotechnik will offer a fresh take on the much-debated topic of frequency response for live sound systems. He will consider hearing sensitivity, creative preferences, room acoustics and cultural trends.
The popular Riggers Forum is back for another year. Riggers are invited to a seminar and open forum to discuss the management of safety at work. Steve Macluskie from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland will raise the issue of manufacturer recommendations regarding proximity between moving lights, fibre slings, chain bags and other combustible material.
The AV User Group is also returning to PLASA Focus Glasgow to host an annual regional meeting for both existing and new members joining for the first time. After the meeting, there will be a networking event with drinks and catering, both are free of charge for members.
More sessions will be announced over the coming weeks, including sessions with the Audio Engineering Society in Scotland and a collaboration with BBC Scotland.
PLASA Focus Glasgow is free to attend - register today to keep up date with new announcements to the programme: http://glasgow.plasafocus.com

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