The Revolution Marches On
Posted on Tuesday, October 25th, 2011
Following the successful preview of the LX300 console at PLASA in London last month, LSC Lighting Systems will be previewing the LX900 console at the forthcoming LDI tradeshow to be held in Orlando Florida USA later this month.
LSC has been making lighting consoles for over 30 years and after teaming up with Nick Denville (senior software engineer, Flying Pig Systems Hog II, Jands Vista) of Open Clear, the result is a range of consoles that will finally offer the market a real alternative for the world’s most demanding productions.
Historically, consoles are released to the market with operational hardware but it always seems to be sometime before the software is ever show ready. The Clarity LX range breaks with this tradition since the Clarity software was released in the marketplace over 2 years ago and has already been used successfully on major productions globally.
The Clarity LX range will be launched in early 2012 and will feature 3 models the LX300, LX600 and LX900 all with touch screens, multiple programmers with independent unlimited undo/redo, media server integration, LED pixel mapping and innovative Rig Schematic – making fixture selection quick and easy.
Both the LX600 and LX900 have full motorized faders and all models provide RGB fader ident for playback mode indication. Simple and intuitive programming allows for an extremely easy learning curve and ergonomics allow for fatigue free programming.
For more current information on the three models visit the Clarity LX website.