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    YOU FOLKS HAVE NO CLUE HOW MUCH I HAVE ANTICIPATED THIS MOMENT. The countless hours of research, outlining, writing, editing, and proofreading have come to a close.

    The Basic Band Lighting Guide is going online!!!

    Including numerous new sections, including a few snippets that even my wonderful proofreaders haven't seen yet.

    Here is the link: http://www.box.net/shared/hl7oxy4bd6

    Download away!!!
    Professional Moving Light Technician and Lighting Director
    Author of the Basic Band Lighting Guide

  • #2
    Thanks very much, look forward to reading that
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    • #3
      Hah! I just went back to see when I first started working on this thing...October 28, 2008. So over four months later, I have a finished product. Not bad for having school and jobs to look after, and having a finished forty-some page work with a glossary, my own reference illustrations, and a number of other resources. I must have spent over a hundred hours on this thing by now, and probably a good bit more than that!
      Professional Moving Light Technician and Lighting Director
      Author of the Basic Band Lighting Guide

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      • #4
        Looks interesting...downloaded it.

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        • #5
          S/L get a LIFE MAN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!oke:
          Thanx for all your Hard Work!
          DON'T BE ALARMED!!! REMAIN CALM!!!!!!!!!
          There's nothing to see here. It's another day in IDAHO!!!

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          • #6
            S/L get a LIFE MAN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!oke:


            I sold mine on eBay. The dude who bought it paid with a link to this site.
            Professional Moving Light Technician and Lighting Director
            Author of the Basic Band Lighting Guide

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            • #7
              SL

              as always you continue to impress. Looking forward to working together soon.

              great job!!

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              • #8
                I'm checking it out now. I got your email about looking it over before being posted, and you said you'd send me a copy, but I never got it for whatever reason... so, sorry I couldn't be of much help!
                How about a mother****************ing crocodile pit instead of those titty ****************s !


                Last edited by Jazz Ad on 06-20-2004 at 098 PM

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                • #9
                  I'm checking it out now. I got your email about looking it over before being posted, and you said you'd send me a copy, but I never got it for whatever reason... so, sorry I couldn't be of much help!


                  Well, it was attached, but it's rather large for a .pdf so it might have gotten stripped by a server's limits. Dunno.

                  At least it's downloadable now!
                  Professional Moving Light Technician and Lighting Director
                  Author of the Basic Band Lighting Guide

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                  • #10
                    Thanks! Looking forward to reading it. (And getting my bandmates to read it.)

                    BTW - Are you sure that it will ever really be finished... with changes in technology, etc.?
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                    • #11
                      Thanks! Looking forward to reading it. (And getting my bandmates to read it.)

                      BTW - Are you sure that it will ever really be finished... with changes in technology, etc.?


                      See the Disclaimer in the What To Buy section.

                      "Nothing is ever state of the art - something new comes out the next day"

                      I incorporated two new waves of products in to the guide just as I was writing it...
                      Professional Moving Light Technician and Lighting Director
                      Author of the Basic Band Lighting Guide

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                      • #12
                        Thanks Soundlight for your time and effort hopefully Rimmer will make this a sticky for ya. Your guide is well thought out thanks you for sharing.

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                        • #13
                          I'm looking for the sections you added since the draft...

                          Mind boggling quantity of TRUE, useful information. Lip-service is quite minimal in this volume, almost every sentence needs to be absorbed!
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                          • #14
                            I had been thinking of doing something similar for quite awhile. Glad you actually made the effort to make it happen because it looks much better than anything I could have come up with.

                            Nice job!
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                            • #15
                              The guide has now been downloaded 59 times. 6 of those are my tests. A few of those are friends who I had looked over it. The rest (about fifty downloads!) are from here.
                              Professional Moving Light Technician and Lighting Director
                              Author of the Basic Band Lighting Guide

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