This console has a brand new SSD. It comes with an additional touchscreen module, (2) touch screen pencils, and a 256 channel dongle. It is in good working condition.
The T2 provides all the features that make the Vista such a great live desk: big LCDs, 15 playbacks (10 with faders), four DMX outputs and timecode (not implemented in V2.0) input, and three encoder wheels for manipulating intensity, position, colour, gobo and beam. Using the large 15" pen tablet screen, precision encoders, shortcut buttons and keyboard, you can create your shows quickly and easily in the console, save them, then run them using a huge selection of live controls.
(1) Vista T2
(1) 256 Channel Dongle
(1) Additional Touchscreen Module
(2) Touch Screen Pencils
Grand-Master Flash! is a Virtual Lighting Console which runs on a PC and outputs DMX512 through either the DMX-Dongle II or any Art-Net Ethernet product such as Net-Lynx O/P.Please consult the Product Selector for information on the DMX512 output devices that can be used with Grand-Master Flash!The screen picture below show...
With Canlytes Windows lighting software package you can create quick and easy lighting layouts in the time it takes for you to get a coffee.GENESYS Lyte has been designed with you and your customer in mind. This easy to use software will guide you through indoor, outdoor and economic projects with ease. Create professional ...
The Application wizard provides a variety of drawing types to help you get started quickly. Whether you are drawing a building, an office layout, or a mechanical part, the Application wizard configures the drawing environment by setting drawing scale, units, and toolbars. In some cases it even starts the drawing.Getting Sta...
The "Visual Emulator" creates a 3D view of your light show, even if no real fixtures are connected. The colored moving beams of the fixtures gives you the possibility to preprogram your show. Place environmental objects like truss, stages, DJ booths speaker boxes and many more. Import possiblity for 3DS files Create tilt-wa...