Author Archives: Jay Krivsky

When the Going Gets Rough, the Tough Make Stage Lights

We sure are living in a crazy time. I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but the past several months have been just a bit chaotic. Demand for products in all industries has continued to climb while supply is struggling to keep up and many companies just cannot meet the public’s needs in any reasonable amount […]

Roland’s new V-02HD MKII is the perfect solution for your live stream needs

The Silver Lining for Live Streamers While it’s been a challenging time for production companies as a whole, it’s a great time for content creators. Technology is pivoting more and more toward improving at-home production set-ups and offering easier access to novice creatives seeking to broadcast their content. Roland is one such company that has […]

Chauvet is heading to the movies with their new acquisition of Kino Flo!

Chauvet purchases Kino Flo

From Kin Flo’s Humble Beginnings Kino Flo’s history is one that echoes the great tales of innovation from which so many household names are formed. The first iteration of what would become the Kino Flo system was assembled by a Dutch cinematographer by the name of Robby Muller for the set of the 1977 gangster […]

The Missing LINK

ADJ’s Link DMX Console For years lighting designers and event companies have been faced with limited options when considering which lighting controller would be optimal for their particular venue. The decision is usually between simplistic hardware devices with not very many channels, software solutions or the more large format consoles. Through extensive research and development, […]

The Sweet Sound of Silens

The Maverick Silens 2 Profile When designing a dynamic and dazzling show, a lighting designer seeks three elements: versatility, discretion and quality. The ideal light will have multiple functions, crisp and consistent performance and yet virtually disappear in the rigging to allow a distraction-free experience for the audience. At long last, after uncountable hours of […]

600 MHz Wireless Microphones and In-Ear Monitors Are Now Officially Illegal!

It’s Finally Here The big change in wireless system operations was implemented this summer when the deadline for operating any wireless devices on the 600MHz frequency expired. This had been a gradual transition since the Broadcast Incentive Auction in April of 2017 by the FCC. As a result, beginning on July 13, 2020 the FCC […]