Lighting designer Chris Kuroda and programmer Gary Radakovich spent the early part of 2003 touring with Phish and pushing the envelope of multi-user programming with the new grandMA version 4 software. "When Mike Falconer from A.C.T Lighting gave me a sneak preview of version 4 at the end of 2002 in Seattle, I was totally hooked on what this could mean for how Chris and I work," says Radakovich. "I've been a grandMA fan for a while now--things like the definable LTP priority of the ...

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