What Cue Are We In? – a dilemma solved

Posted on Thursday, June 4th, 2009

Finally an answer to the eternal question “What Cue Are We In?” with anew application for the Mac and the iPhone.

Ken Roach is pleased to announce the release of What Cue. A combined iPhone and Mac OSX application that transmits the current cue information from a lighting desk to multiple iPhones or iPod touches.

“It has been made specifically for taking notes during previews – so that you can sit in the auditorium and still know what cue the console is in.” said Developer Ken Roach.

What Cue currently supports the MA Lighting grandMA range of consoles with more desks coming online soon.

System requirements: Mac OSX 10.5 or later, a compatible Midi to USB adapter.

What Cue is available through www.whatcue.com.

The iPhone client is available on the Apple App Store. The iPhone client is free if you are in Australia ($15.99 for the rest of the world.) 

For more information, please visit: www.whatcue.com

About Ken Roach

Ken Roach is a Melbourne Based Production Electrician and Software Developer. He is currently the Assistant Lighting Designer for the Australian and Asian Tour of Phantom Of The Opera. He was the Production Electrician on The Australian Versions of The Lion King, Priscilla Queen of the Desert, Walking With Dinosaurs, Cinderella on Ice, Cabaret and Singing In the Rain.