A.C.T Lighting has added Level Two grandMA Training courses to this year’s LDInstitute and a NEW Level Three Advanced grandMA Training and MA Network Engineering course

A.C.T: grandMA Training (Level Two)
Tuesday, November 13 AND Wednesday, November 14
9:30am-5:30pm
Cost: $595 ($695 after 10/15/07)
Lunch and breaks included
Class limit: 10 people (two per console)
Level Two training on MA Lighting's grandMA console is full-blown, two-day programmer training aimed at existing console programmers and lighting designers. Participants must have a basic understanding of automated fixtures and DMX. Learn how to work with automated fixtures using the grandMA, from console set-up and operation to programming and playback plus advanced programming techniques.
Taught by Joe Cabrera of A.C.T Lighting.

Target Audience: Lighting designers and programmers with a basic understanding of automated fixtures and DMX interested in learning how to use the grandMA console

Seminar Highlights:
1. Console set-up
2. Console operation
3. Intermediate/advanced programming techniques
4. Playback options
5. How to integrate grandMA Video



NEW THIS YEAR:

A.C.T: grandMA Advanced Training (Level Three) and MA Network Engineering
Thursday, November 15
9:30am-5:30pm
Cost: $395 ($495 after 10/15/07)
Lunch and breaks included
Class limit: 14 people
This course is designed for experienced grandMA programmers or system engineers who wish to take their knowledge of all things grandMA to the next level. It’s an opportunity to get intensive instruction on advanced console functions such as time code and bitmap effects, as well as increase your knowledge of networking and other system design and management issues. Participants are encouraged to bring their personal application-specific and project-related questions and issues, which will be addressed by experts in the field. Moderated by Joe Cabrera of A.C.T Lighting.

Target audience:
Advanced grandMA users and designer and programmers and systems integrators who do large installations or shows using the console.

Seminar Highlights:
. advanced console functions
. show control applications
. system configuration for large networks