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Articles Jan-Feb 2021

TAG Basics

A view from within

TAG is a modern day audio institute in India’s fast evolving audio education segment. State-of-the-art technology in all three studio suites at the institute is ensuring that TAG is emerging as a front runner..... read more

Sonic Boom - In Conversation with Farhad K. DadyBurjor

PT spoke to Farhad DadyBurjor, one of the most respected and sought after sound engineers in the country today. In a career spanning over 3 decades, Farhad has built an impressive..... read more

Studio Showcase

Recording & Mixing studios are behind the success of any great record and in a country like India where music is an important part of everyday life musicians have a host of options they can choose..... read more

New Edge Studios Transforms into an Immersive Mix Room

Founded in 2015 by sought-after sound engineer Shadab Rayeen, New Edge Studios has been a preferred destination for many acclaimed Indian music directors, producers and artistes. In order to remain on the cutting-edge of audio production..... read more

Top 30 Products 2021 – PALM Technology

Global Pro Sound & Light Technology

The year 2020 has taken all of us on a topsy-turvy ride. The COVID-19 pandemic completely shut down the world impacting every industry. The unexpected turn of events left the pro-audio, installation, lighting and DJ industry..... read more

Acoustic and Audio Systemdesign for Small Rooms - Part 5

In the previous part, the article discussed frequency responses of speakers and how they relate to the listening experience. That discussion is the perfect overture to this next topic of interest..... read more

CELTO ACOUSTIQUE

Established in 2011, CELTO Acoustique is a premium manufacturer of professional audio systems for rentals and installation industry.

Founder, owner and CEO - Arthur Felix first displayed his entrepreneurial skills at the age of 14 when he built his first loudspeakers with his father in their garage..... read more


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Chauvet’s Unveils New Épix Strip IP for indoor and outdoor use




Chauvet Professional launched the new Épix Strip IP and its new one meter LED strip features a quick programming mode that greatly reduces the amount of time needed to set up pixel mapping programs by allowing access to several prebuilt effects while using just a few DMX Channels.

Épix Drive 2000 IP is required with this product and designers can control the Épix Strip IP via Art-Net, Kling-Net, or sACN to configure and program shows in a matter of minutes rather than hours.

“We made it easier to create stunning pixel mapped looks in less time,” said Albert Chauvet, CEO of Chauvet. “This is an ideal product for one-offs, events and festivals, as well as the touring and rental markets,” he added.

With 100 RGB SMD 5050 LEDs lined up in a row, the Épix Strip IP produces a superior bright output and high resolution graphics. It has three different lens covers -Stealth Black, Round Milky and Square Milky, which can be used to create a wide range of diffused and high contrast looks.

“We designed Épix Strip IP to be a very flexible tool. Every designer has a unique approach, so we worked hard to make this product as versatile as possible from the way it can be controlled to the different looks and viewing angles you can get with lens covers,” said Chauvet.

Épix Strip IP offers a variety of programming options. As an alternative to the quick programming mode, designers can opt to control each pixel individually, or they can divide the fixture into 5, 10, 20, or 50 pixel sections. They can also use a media server to control every pixel or section.

Ruggedly built, the Épix Strip IP is ideal for touring. The strips themselves are IP65 rated along with the 4-pin XLR connectors that link them to the Épix Drive 2000 IP. These connectors are also fast and easy, enabling ease for end users. The Épix Drive 2000 IP is also IP65 rated, so it can be used directly on outdoor rigs without concern about the elements.

“We talked to a lot of designers to learn what was important to them in their real life applications. In the end, this led us to develop a product that not only creates great looks, but is easy to work with as well,” stated Chauvet.

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