The touring Lollapalooza music festival used traditional postproduction technology this year in an unorthodox way to offer concert-goers more than traditional prepackaged and IMAG video. The show hired freelance video editor Paul Harb to edit live IMAG, prepackaged video clips, graphics, special effects, and text message from cell phones for broadcast on giant “LollaTron” LED screens (Lighthouse LVP503 screens — two on the main stage, and three more at front-of-house positions) at venues ...

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