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Articles May-June 2021

Pursuing the Pro Audio Trail

In conversation with Caroline Moss and Sue Gould

PT got in touch with the Pro AVL Asia magazine core team of Editor - Caroline Moss and Sales Director - Sue Gould, who between them boast of over three decades of experience in the pro audio industry..... read more

NJSM Marks a Milestone in the Business of Sound

From Rental Company to manufacturer and innovator, Nixon Johnny has guided and grown NJSM from a two-person company to a fifty-person company, continuing to expand into virtual events with NJSM Virtual Studio..... read more

Tech Savvy Environment for T-Systems

Eyte Technologies installs high-tech AV Solution at T-System’s Experience Center facilitating brand value and delivering superior customer experience..... read more

Conversations with SudeepAudio

Sudeep Audio, one of India’s first pro audio web store selling studio software and equipment online commenced its YouTube Channel, ConverSAtions, in 2011 to share the journey of Indian Sound Engineers..... read more


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Robert Juliat INTRODUCES DALIS 862S and SpotMe


Robert Juliat’s officially launched two new products at the PLASA - The Dalis 862S and the SpotMe.

Dalis 862S

Dalis 862S is a new variant of Dalis 862 Footlight. At 50cm in length, Dalis 862S is a shortened version of the original 1m model. Dalis 862S has been created at the request of lighting designers who need precise footlight coverage on curved and non-standard shaped stages where its smaller form factor can be a big advantage in delineating stage edges to perfection. The mini-battens are designed to be totally inconspicuous from the audience viewpoint while its size perfectly fits with the stage monitors in front of the artist.

SpotMe

SpotMe, Robert Juliat’s new advanced, real-time, 3D tracking system for followspots, will be demonstrated in the UK for the first time. Very easy to understand, simple to install and use, and extremely cost-effective, SpotMe turns Robert Juliat followspots into an interactive solution that gives the position of performers on stage without the need for emitters and/or cameras.

The followspot is equipped with sensors which send signals to the server and communicates all the positions and beam size parameters to the lighting console through PSN and DMX protocols. The parameters can then be used by the console to control any automated or static lights. Any moving light can therefore also become a followspot at any time during a show. Designed to be accessible to everyone and all budgets, SpotMe’s master and slave technology opens up a whole new range of control options for the designer.

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