has announced training seminars on the newly released SGM Regia console family, including basic operations and applications classes. The course is six hours long and will be taught by the Techni-Lux training team. The class fee will be waived during the introductory period this spring.
Techni-Lux is the US distributor for SGM and is handling the domestic rollout of the Regia series. The three new consoles are named the Regia Live, Opera and Pro and offer many features for the moving and conventional light market at affordable pricing. They all feature four universes of DMX onboard, additional DMX through Ethernet, built in UPS, common software and interoperability between all models, WYSIWYG console edition, built in hard disk and CD-RW drives, ergonomic controls, easy user interface, shape engines, library for all popular fixtures and best price ratio in its class.
Tentative training locations and dates are:
Feb 20th, 2004: Long Beach- Pro Production Show
March 19th, 2004: Las Vegas- NSCA Show
April 28th, 2004: Orlando- Techni-Lux corp. headquarters
May 12th, 2004: Charlotte- Inspiration Show
June 10th, 2004: Atlanta- InfoComm Show
October 2004: Las Vegas - LDI2004
All classes are on a first come, first serve basis and you must pre-register.