For the Australia/New Zealand opening leg of Sarah McLachlan's 2004 world tour, lighting designer Graeme Nicol opted for a warmer look. To create the design, he employed a mixture of VARI*LITE® automated fixtures. Nicol has 10 VL1000™ tungsten units, eight VL5™ fixtures with tungsten source and eight VL3000™ Spot luminaires. "I'm running the VL3000 Spot units with full CTO all the time because I want that warmer look," Nicol said. "I didn't want it to look like an MTV thing." The eight ...

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