Midway through their Australian tour, Russell Crowe and his band 30 Odd Foot of Grunt decided to add some more grunt to their lighting effects with two Pulsar ChromaBanks. "I'd seen them in the factory and really liked them but I needed to use them on a gig to get a good idea of how they would perform and what we could do with them," says Neale Mace, managing director of Entertainment Installations, the company that supplied both lighting and audio for the tour. "For the size of venues ...
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