LSC Clarity control system released

Posted on Wednesday, November 18th, 2009

LSC Lighting Systems has announced the release of LSC Clarity – a PC/MAC based lighting and media server control system. It will be shown at LDI in Orlando this month.

Previewed at InfoComm this year and officially launched at PLASA in London in September, Clarity version 1 software and DMX converters and programming/playback wings are now in full production.

The Clarity software suite was developed by Nick Denville from OpenClear. He has a strong background in major control consoles having worked in the 90s on the Hog 2 and more recently as lead software engineer on the Jands Vista console.

Clarity has been in development for over three years and incorporates the best of breed including drag and drop patching – with fixture cloning, LED matrix control and Media server integration permitting the most complex of shows to be easily operated from the one product.

Coupled with the professional quality VX series programming and playback wings, and the QX series USB-DMX converters, Clarity is suitable for any show from the local high school to a major production.

A full version 30-day trial is available for download from the LSC website. After the 30 days the trial reverts to a free 32 fixture / 128 channel version.