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Organizing Your Resolume Clips With Smart Folders (macOS)

Par Ryan Dejaegher

One of the biggest challenges for VJs is organizing their VJ loops. Which files are encoded properly? How long are these clips? What’s the resolution? Unlike DJs, VJs don’t really have any software like iTunes that’s designed for organizing their media. This usually leaves VJs to organize their content using boring old folders, lame. Today […]

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Découvrez Marion (Lead développeuse)

Par HeavyM

Discussion avec Marion Audebert, Lead développeuse   1. Tu es la Lead développeuse du logiciel HeavyM, peux-tu nous parler rapidement . . .

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TrendForce: the mobile 3D sensing infrared laser projector market will reach almost $2 billion by 2020

Par pico

TrendForce says that smartphone companies are developing 3D sensing capabilities following Apple's iPhone X launch (with its 3D sensor). The company estimates that the market for mobile 3D sensing by infrared laser projectors will grow from $246 million in 2017 to $1.95 billion by 2020.

Current solutions for mobile 3D sensing include structured light and time of flight (ToF). The iPhone X uses structured light with a 30,000 dot IR projector. Time of flight developers include STMicroelectronics, Google/Infineon/PMD and MicroVision.

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L’impact de l'automatisation sur l’organisation du travail

Par jcperney@ctmsolutions.com (Jean-Christophe Perney)
Capture_decran_2018-05-12_a_22.55.17La vague actuelle d'automatisation et de numérisation de l'économie transforme de façon puissante et rapide l'emploi et le travail. L'ampleur des enjeux justifie un diagnostic documenté et partagé. C'est pourquoi le Conseil d'orientation pour l'emploi, qui réunit notamment les représentants des employeurs et des syndicats, l'Etat, le service public de l'emploi, des économistes et experts du marché du travail a voulu s'en saisir :

Adobe est acquéreur de Magento Commerce

Par jcperney@ctmsolutions.com (Jean-Christophe Perney)
Capture_decran_2018-05-23_a_21.54.34Adobe s'est porté acquéreur de Magento Commerce pour 1,68 milliard de dollars. L'opération permettra d'intégrer de manière transparente des fonctionnalités commerciales à Adobe Experience Cloud. Magento Commerce réunit, en effet, des outils de commerce électronique, de gestion des commandes et d'intelligence prédictive au sein d'une seule et même plateforme.

Nouveaux CPU et GPU chez AMD présentés au Computex de Taipei

Par jcperney@ctmsolutions.com (Jean-Christophe Perney)
AMD-RadeonAu Computex de Taipei, AMD a confirmé le niveau de performances de sa prochaine génération de CPU et GPU, notamment de ses puces graphiques Radeon Vega en 7nm et ses processeurs AMD Ryzen Threadripper de seconde génération en 12nm. AMD en a également profité pour faire 4 annonces importantes concernant les processeurs Epyc :

HP un portable pro de 14" capable de se transformer en tablette

Par jcperney@ctmsolutions.com (Jean-Christophe Perney)
HP-tabletteHP commercialise un nouveau PC portable polymorphe à usage professionnel : le ProBook x360 440 G1.Ce PC portable convertible en tablette s'appuie sur un écran Full HD de 14 pouces et sur une charnière qui permet de replier complètement l'écran et d'envisager l'utilisation d'un stylet (en option) :

Le règne de la TV touche à sa fin

Par jcperney@ctmsolutions.com (Jean-Christophe Perney)
tv_0Internet est en passe de devenir plus important que la télévision dans le monde entier : le temps passé devant la télévision ne cesse de baisser depuis plusieurs années et il est rattrapé par celui accordé à Internet. Selon le nouveau rapport Zenith, seulement quelques minutes séparent la télévision d'Internet en 2018 et les courbes devraient se croiser en 2019....

Pourquoi l'intervention humaine est-elle toujours nécessaire à l'automatisation ?

Par jcperney@ctmsolutions.com (Jean-Christophe Perney)
Capture_decran_2018-08-16_a_10.08.51Au cours de ces dernières années, le débat sur la possible modification des opérations industrielles par l'automatisation s'est intensifié.En effet, les médias souhaitant créer l'événement pourraient titrer : les robots finiront-ils par prendre nos emplois et qu'adviendra-t-il de la main d'œuvre humaine ? S'interroge Thierry Vasseur, Vice-Président France Benelux, Zebra Technologies, qui nous livre son analyse :

La guerre des codecs aura t'elle lieu ?

Par jcperney@ctmsolutions.com (Jean-Christophe Perney)
Capture_decran_2018-08-30_a_16.37.10Le monde de la compression vidéo est en pleine effervescence. L'Alliance for Open Media finalise les spécifications de son nouveau codec AV1, dans la lignée des codecs libres VP8 et VP9. Soutenue par les Gafa et les services de VOD, elle affronte directement Mpeg avec son codec HEVC, empêtré dans l'imbroglio des royalties à payer pour les brevets. L'une des multiples facettes de l'affrontement entre les broadcasters traditionnels et les services de streaming pour alimenter en images nos écrans :

Festival Lumínica 2018 · del 4 al 6 de octubre · Resistencia (Chaco Argentina)

Par volatil

Los próximos 4, 5 y 6 de octubre, Resistencia (provincia del Chaco -Argentina), vivirá la cuarta edición del Festival Lumínica.
Un evento único en la región que reúne a realizadores, artistas audiovisuales y multimedia, programadores, diseñadores y estudiantes. Los interesados tendrán la oportunidad de formar parte de charlas abiertas, talleres, asistir a encuentros con artistas y todas las herramientas en relación al arte y la tecnología, con el objetivo de enriquecer de manera colectiva las producciones regionales.

Esta vez, las actividades se realizarán en la Casa de las Culturas (Marcelo T. de Alvear y Mitre); con entrada libre y gratuita.
El evento es organizado por la productora Chedé, con apoyo del Cecual, el departamento de Industrias Culturales del Instituto de Cultura de la provincia del Chaco y el Instituto de Turismo de la provincia del Chaco.

En esta cuarta edición la apuesta fue mucho mayor que en años anteriores, primero se realizaron exitosas muestras del festival a través de los llamados “pre Lumínica” que se realizaron en Resistencia, Corrientes, Misiones y Formosa. De esta manera, la comunidad lumínica conformada por Dj’s, Vj’s, audiovisualistas, diseñadores, programadores y artistas visuales logró que el público pudiera vivir la experiencia. Además, se realizaron charlas para la comunidad, momentos de intercambios de experiencias, workshops para realizadores y artistas visuales.

En Shows/Mapping los seleccionados fueron: Fiesta Amazonía (Estefania Blanco, Katharina Saporitti, Tatiana Rodríguez)
Agite Oberá (Maria Prima, Kmiac O Ojolote Cam, Alejandro Pace, TuGuaina, Ajitawira)
Cuestión (Mariana Alarcón, Yoselin Cabrera, Michelle Colcombet, Valeria Deiset, María Romero y Carolina Schaller);
Moya Moya (Fabricio Costa Alisedo, Emilio Moya, Cecilia Moya).

En instalaciones:
-Pscicodelical Bottle (Michelle Colcombet, Valeria Deiset, Carolina Schaller)
-Quiero Que Escuches Todo Esto. Sobre Todo Esto (Germán Ezequiel, Lorenzo Robert)
-Inmersión (Ana Belén Ghiano Aguzin, Giuliana Micaela Rubiolo)
-A Puerta Cerrada (Andrea Sánchez Bogado, Germán Andrés Ramírez, Julieta Ayub, Ana Pereyra Coimbra, Rocío Molina, Julieta Rabadán)
-Aequorea (María Belén Kunz Beuttenmüller, Rocío Mburucuyá Molina, María Florencia Sánchez Aquino)
-Homo Videns (Tami Lang Goy)
-La Piedra De Las Manos (Leonardo Lucas Guardianelli, Guillermo Canteros)

En Videoarte:
-Burla (Jonathan Alonso)
-Drogas (Ramiro Guillén Strusiat)
-Dsdna(Rt) (Marcos Montané)
-Alice No País Do Baurets (Rafael Bqueer)
-Soledad Urbana (Indiana Got).

En Espacio MediaLab: Ableton Live, Resolume Arena, VVVV, Arkaos GrandVJ, Arduino, Cámaras IP, Kinect, Isla MIDI e Isla Sintes, Edu Cabrera de VJ Mori Ya.

La entrada Festival Lumínica 2018 · del 4 al 6 de octubre · Resistencia (Chaco Argentina) aparece primero en Vjspain Comunidad Audiovisual, Mapping, Vj, Diseño Interactivo.

JOB : Responsable marketing digital / e-commerce

Par Andrea

Passionné(e) par la communication et les nouvelles technologies, vous alliez une grande sensibilité marketing et créative. Vous êtes autonome, fiable et force de proposition tout en privilégiant le travail d’équipe. Vous faites également preuve de réactivité, de polyvalence et d’un véritable sens de l’organisation.
Nous vous proposons d’intégrer une entreprise à taille humaine, dynamique, leader sur son marché et disposant d’un potentiel de croissance directement lié au digital.

Mission

Au sein de l’équipe marketing, vous serez en charge de la stratégie multicanal digitale et sa mise en œuvre opérationnelle.
Vous serez responsable du développement de l’activité e-commerce, du traffic management, du marketing digital et de la mise en ligne du catalogue, dans le but d’accroître notre visibilité et le trafic qualifié vers nos canaux de distribution commerciale.

Profil

De formation supérieure, Bac +3/5, idéalement issu du marketing, école de commerce, Université ou équivalent, vous disposez d’une première expérience réussie en e-commerce, marketing digital, communication online et offline.

  • Capacité à définir et mettre en œuvre une stratégie e-commerce et digitale
  • Aisance rédactionnelle (emailings, actualités, blog, réseaux sociaux)
  • Maîtrise du français et de l’anglais (catalogue et fiches produits)
  • Maitrise de Photoshop
  • Appétence pour les nouvelles technologies de l’audiovisuel
  • Motivation, créativité, ponctualité, autonomie, esprit d’équipe et d’initiative
  • Excellente organisation et gestion de son temps de travail
  • Pratique vidéo/photo fortement appréciée
  • Connaissances en développement web, WordPress, Illustrator et InDesign seraient un plus

Vous correspondez à ce profil ?

Nous vous proposons de rejoindre une structure de 25 personnes, reconnue et incontournable dans son secteur. Vous y occuperez un poste polyvalent à haut niveau d’implication dans une ambiance à la fois professionnelle et conviviale.

Merci d’adresser CV, lettre de motivation et prétentions à Olivier LE BARS, Directeur Marketing – olivier@trm.fr

Conditions

  • Contrat : CDI
  • Démarrage : dès que possible
  • Localisation : poste basé à Boulogne Billancourt – Métro Billancourt (ligne 9)
  • Package attractif : fixe + variable + avantages sociaux selon profil

À propos de TRM

Distributeur d’équipement et consommables audiovisuels professionnels depuis plus de 30 ans, TRM propose un catalogue riche et varié pour le tournage, l’éclairage, l’audio, le montage, la diffusion, la photo, mais aussi l’expertise et le conseil technique.

Idéalement située au cœur de la « media valley » du sud-ouest parisien, TRM adresse historiquement les professionnels de la radio, de la télévision et du cinéma mais aussi les producteurs et opérateurs du digital et de la communication évènementielle et institutionnelle.

TRM dispose également d’une filiale, CVS Engineering intégrateur audiovisuel de haut niveau situé à Meudon. Le groupe compte plus de 50 collaborateurs.

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UE4 : Tout plein d’assets gratuits viennent d’arriver sur le MarketPlace

Par greg

Au cas où cela vous aurait échappé, Epic Games vient d’annoncer il y a 2 jours une nouvelle série de packs gratuits disponibles sur le marketplace. Voici quelques éléments qui ont retenu mon attention: La liste complète est disponible ici.

UE4 : Tout plein d’assets gratuits viennent d’arriver sur le MarketPlace

Par greg

Au cas où cela vous aurait échappé, Epic Games vient d’annoncer il y a 2 jours une nouvelle série de packs gratuits disponibles sur le marketplace. Voici quelques éléments qui ont retenu mon attention: La liste complète est disponible ici.

Bit – The demise of chance and the rise of algorithm

Par Filip Visnjic
Bit – The demise of chance and the rise of algorithm
Created bu Jonghong Park  at the University of the Arts Bremen (Digital Media Program), the installation ‘bit’ represents a natural random process based on the principle of a Markov chain. 

Marta Radecka

Par marco

Marta Radecka is a visual artist, VJ, surface pattern designer, graphic designer and an illustrator. Her artistic development has been initially shaped in an Art College and later she mastered my skills studying graphic design at university.

Marta creates video projections, mappings and LED installations for audiovisual performances, concerts or live DJ sets. She is a VJ at recurring gigs in Krakow and London. For her the starting point of any creative concept is always music.

She uses her own drawings, graphics and animations to design unique loops. Her artistic creations are characterised by multiple dissolving and intertwining layers and monochrome colour palette. Her live shows are never 100% planned; there is always lots of space for improvisation. She was born in Poland, currently live in London.

 

 

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The Center for Counter-Productive Robotics – Human-centric approach to automation

Par Filip Visnjic
The Center for Counter-Productive Robotics – Human-centric approach to automation
Created at ECAL during a one week workshop led by Thibault Brevet, The Center for Counter-Productive Robotics is a collection of experiments where a robot was programmed to perform counter-productive tasks, with intention to develop a more human-centric approach to robotics.

CAN 2018 – Highlights and Favourites

Par Filip Visnjic
CAN 2018 – Highlights and Favourites
As 2018 comes to a close, we take a moment to look back at the outstanding work done this year. From spectacular machines, intricate tools and mesmerising performances and installations to the new mediums for artistic enquiry – so many great new projects have been added to the CAN archive! With your help we selected some favourites.

Audiovisual City interviews VJ’s

Par Nina Verhagen

Audiovisual City went to a VJ London meeting and interviewed three different VJ’s: Mowgli, Marta, and Pete.

AVC: Can you tell us something about yourself?

Mowgli: My first job out of school was DJ, I literally left school and I started working in a club fulltime as a DJ. One day I went to see my friend’s band play -they’re kind of a post-rock band- and he asked me after the gig what I thought about it and I thought it was great but it was quite boring to look at them. There was no frontman, and there’s no singer. They all just looked at the floor. They needed some visuals. And he said to me, “You do them”. And that was my first VJ’ing gig. That’s how I got into VJ’ing.
I mean, I’ve done visuals before but I never even thought it was a thing. I was just doing visuals with light projections but there was no VJ’ing. It was just ‘I’m putting a light projector in a club’. From there on I started to get into the VJ thing and I started doing visuals more and more. I started doing like corporate stuff and then I started coming to VJ London.
Suddenly it expanded and I realized that there were more and more people what I was doing and that it had a name. From there, in 2008, they did a VJ competition at the London International Music Show. Which happens every year. I was selected as one of the eight finalists of Europe for that. I didn’t win but it was a big thing at the time.
I played at the Big Chill festival. I play loads of festivals. Moving on from the VJ’ing, I started doing audiovisual performances. Which is what I do mostly nowadays. But I also started doing more interactive stuff. I had an award-winning installation at Burning Man, in 2011.

Marta: I’m a visual artist/ designer with a passion for performing arts. My artistic development has been initially shaped at The High School of Fine Arts in Krakow and later I mastered my skills in studying graphic design at the Pedagogical University of Krakow. I’ve got over 8 years of experience of creating video projections, mappings and LED installations for various music, arts, and events related projects. I’ve worked as a VJ at cyclical gigs in Krakow and London. During that time I collaborated with many musicians and artists from all around the world and I was a resident VJ at Prince of Wales, London.

Pete: I don’t think I consider myself a VJ anymore because I rarely do VJ’ing anymore for other people. I still love the culture and I believe that it’s something very important in my life, however, the last gig I did was like a half year ago in Brighton. It was a commercial gig and I completely hated it. Because basically, it was… I kind of forgot how the commercial part of VJ’ing looked like, so I was being asked to just show the logos. And people kept coming over to me that it was the wrong logo but they didn’t even bother me to give it to me before.
So I would say that a lot of stuff in my life happened because of the VJ’ing, but I don’t consider myself a VJ anymore.

AVC: What drew you into the AV culture?

Mowgli: I’ve always liked doing creative things but I’ve never had an agenda. I was never like ‘I wanna pursue that’. I’ve always been very open. So most of the things I’ve done, I’ve done because something’s happened. Something’s taken me down that road. But it wasn’t really a conscious thing most of the time. So getting a DJ job straight out of school, that was a complete coincidence. Like I used to go to this club with a friend of mine in Madrid, and it was a very niche club at that point in time. And then one day a DJ who worked there came over to us and said, “You two have got most of the records that we play here, right?” And we were like, “Yea, yea”. She told me that she wanted to go on a holiday but needed to find a replacement. She asked us to take over and we did. And she was never taken back by the club.
We basically stole her job. She gave us her job and then it was never given back to. But I never went out looking for that. It just happened. It’s the same with like doing VJ’ing. A friend of mine said, “Oh, you do it”. And then I was like, “Oh yea, I’ll do it”. And from then on, I mean that was the start really. With my friend saying that I should do it and then me getting more and more interested in it. And looking more into it and learning more things. Developing in that direction. And very involved in that use of technology.

Marta: In 2010, when I was living and studying in Krakow, I went to Jonsi’s concert during the Sacrum Profanum Festival. I didn’t expect that event to set a new direction in my life, I didn’t even plan to go there, it was very last minute, my friend gave me a spare ticket. I liked the concert a lot and I was absolutely amazed by the visual part of the show. Projection, lights, music and space, everything together was combined perfectly and it was a beautiful experience. I was so moved and inspired that at that moment I decided this is what I want to do in my life. In a very short time, I quit my job and I booked my first gig where I was going to do live visuals. It went pretty good and since then I worked as a VJ. I had a few other jobs in the meantime, but I never gave up my passion. I was lucky to meet many great people and we’ve done some awesome shows together. Three years ago I moved to London. I found the company that designed Jonsi’s live show that I saw in Krakow 8 years ago. It’s 59 Productions and another amazing part of this story is that now I work there.

Pete: Well, the thing is the VJ’ing is one thing and the audiovisual culture is some other thing. They’re not the same thing. They’re interconnected however, there are slight differences. Because for me it’s kind of the natural way of progressing from a purely visual side. Whilst to try to do audiovisual performances with people. Because I realized this is a powerful way of making people feel something.
However, my visual adventure started in coding. I was a programmer and I did graphics before it even was a thing and a name. I made the demos in 1996… 1998, I was sixteen back then. So that was my whole root of digital creativity. That’s where everything stems from. Because it kind of converted into the audiovisual performance group. They were playing the ambient music and I was playing the graphics. So my roots were actually in programming.
At the moment I mostly work as a creative developer. And I try to focus my activity on VR because I believe that is the next step forward. Because this is something that is the next level. You can not only the audio but also the visuals and movements, that gives you a very powerful storytelling opportunity.

AVC: What about your current and future projects?

Mowgli: I tend not to think about the future. As I said, I just go along and do things and keep evolving and suddenly… I’m easily distracted. I have millions of projects that I never finish. Like, I start something feeling excited, but halfway through I get excited by something else and pause the first one. And then sometimes I do go back to the previous things but not really finish them but utilize whatever state they’re in and doing something completely different. I recycle my stuff.
The thing I’ve been working on most in the last couple of years is an audiovisual synthesizer. Which sounds great but in reality it’s a mini-controller that’s mapped to both able in Live and Resolume. But I don’t need to look at the computer screen. It’s basically like a really big mini-controller with loads of sliders and stuff. And using that, I do audiovisual performances which are always improvised. It’s got generative visuals. And generative audio in a way. It’s about the interface. You just fiddle with the knobs and create visuals and audio at the same time. And I’ve been doing that for a while. So I’m starting to think I need to do a newer version of that. I got lots of ideas on how to make it better and whatever, so that’s one thing.
On the other side, I’m also getting more interested in doing just sound performances with no visuals. Because I’ve been getting more and more into them… I don’t want to call it music and call myself a musician. I don’t have enough musical training. I like making sounds.
It’s all just an exploration. Sometimes the stuff you stumble on and make is really bad and other times it’ll be really good. You just gotta roll with it.

Marta: Before joining 59 Productions I was working as a freelancer, mostly for music-related events, a huge part of that was live electronic music. My visuals were characterized by multiple dissolving and interfusing layers. With time, my work got more minimalistic and monochromatic.
I’m interested in creating interactive installations and audiovisual artworks that allows an audience to be a part of the performance, to experience sound, lights, and projections surrounding them. In order to achieve that I play with dimensions and visual perception, make projection seem 3-dimensional. I design shapes to project onto them or I use object and surfaces already existing in the space. My shows were never 100% planned, there was always lots of space for improvisation.
Currently, I am a part of a design team at 59 Productions– a company of artists creating video design for stage and live events. I assist with artwork and animation content for the show. Since joining 5 months ago I’ve worked on a variety of theatre, exhibition and VR projects, including an exhibition for Imperial War Museum in London, VR artwork ‘Nothing to be Written’ and ‘Deep Field’- a film inspired by the Hubble Space Telescope discovery. Most recently I was working on ‘Black and White’- a theatrical show produced by JACC in Kuwait. It was a great opportunity for me to get to know more about a narrative type of visual arts.
I’m looking forward to taking up new design challenges.

Pete: At the moment I’ve done some commercial projects for different companies. However, I have been getting more involved in tech. Because the big part of the whole audiovisual immersive business is knowing how to deal with tech. How to make tech do what you want them to do.
I found it really interesting to do this for a commercial purpose and reuse to my personal projects. So this year, because of my own personal circumstances, I was mostly focusing on commercial projects which might not have been that interesting. But one of the things I did this year that I want to continue with next year is an audiovisual look machine. That’s a project I’ve been doing for the last two-three years and with different people. We’re playing some events as well.
Hopefully, I’m going to reach a state where I go from software working progress and turn it into a hardware working instrument. And the other project is basically I want to explore more of the new technology with VR. With a new headset that’s cheap enough for people to buy it.

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Audiovisual City at WE LIVE IN AN OCEAN OF AIR

Par Nina Verhagen

‘We live in an Ocean of Air’ is a virtual reality experience where the invisible connection between plant and human is revealed through breath. It was created by Marshmallow Laser Feast.

What happens is that the cutting-edge technology illuminates the invisible connections between the human and nature world. What you’ll see when the installation starts, is the giant Sequoia tree. You’re being transported into a world that’ll leave your jaw on the ground and eyes wide open- wanting to capture every detail you’re seeing. And as time passes, the scenery changes as well.

Breathe in and out and you’ll see you’re right in the installation. The color changes and you can even move it around as you breathe out. It’s done with breath and heart sensors that are tracking your real-time breathing and essentially put it in the virtual reality. Making it even more immersive than it already was.
It’s a magical world you’re stepping into and time will feel as none-existant.

The installation will embolden you to reflect on the reality that we, as human beings, aren’t the only thing on this planet. We share our planet with other organisms and it’ll make you cerebrate about the responsibility that we carry. And reflect on our dependence.

It is a great experience and it stays in your mind even when it’s over. Overwhelming and impressive! We need more installations like this.

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Alias – A teachable “parasite” for your smart assistant

Par Filip Visnjic
Alias – A teachable “parasite” for your smart assistant
Created by Bjørn Karmann and Tore Knudsen, Alias is a teachable “parasite” that is designed to give users more control over their smart assistants, both when it comes to customisation and privacy.

[PROMO CANON] EOS C300 MII & EOS C200

Par TRM Antoine

C’est le moment de renouveler votre équipement !

Du 1er février au 28 février 2019, c’est le mois du cinéma chez Canon. Profitez d’une remise exceptionnelle pour l’achat simultané d’une caméra Canon EOS C300 Mark II ou d’une Canon EOS C200 et d’un ou plusieurs accessoire(s).

promo canon fevrier 2019

 

Pour profiter de l’offre, contactez-nous ou rendez-vous directement en magasin

Offre limitée à 3 produits par client. Cumulable avec l’offre “Créez votre kit”.

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What Were The Top-Selling DJ Controllers In 2018?

Par Dan White
Top DJ Controllers 2018

Who dominated the DJ controller market in 2018? Sales numbers are in and we've got a new list of champions for last year.

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Nightmares In Clubland: DJ Ku’s Worst DJ Gig Ever (featuring Michael Jordan)

Par Tenova

What happens when a basketball legend decides to take on a DJ? DJTT author Tom Hricik regularly asks veteran club DJs about their dreaded “worst night ever”. Often times, we can learn a lot from these unfortunate, but realistic circumstances – and have a few laughs while we're at it. This month, he spoke with DJ KU, a Red Bull Thre3style Southeast Champ who had to deal with an unruly patron that we're all familiar with.

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Megahertz Wins Large-Scale IP infrastructure Project for Major US Broadcaster

Par Caroline Shawley

  Megahertz to provide design and integration services to international news network as part of competitive tender win for new all-IP production facility   London, UK, 22 May 2019: Megahertz Ltd, the trusted partner for systems integration with years of experience in delivering cost effective, imaginative designs and solutions for fixed and mobile applications, has ...

Academy Award-winning production company chooses Avid-certified Workspace Backup tool

Par Liz Cox

Zentropa chooses Workspace Backup from Marquis Broadcast as ‘no-nonsense’ Avid backup solution for its film and television work Zentropa in Denmark is one of the leading post-production companies in Europe, winning the most prestigious awards on the international film scene and producing over 200 films to date. The company has recently invested in Workspace Backup ...

Marquis Broadcast Medway chosen to update RTVE production system

Par Liz Cox

Middleware solution from Marquis Broadcast accelerates workflow and business transformation for the Spanish broadcaster’s Historic Archive Spanish broadcaster, RTVE, has updated its ‘Historic Archive’ production system with Medway – a powerful and scalable media-centric middleware from Marquis Broadcast. Medway links RTVE’s edit platforms, asset management and video servers together with its historical archive systems. It ...

Vista Radio Implements Matrix Solutions’ Monarch Media-specific Ad Sales Platform Across 41 Stations

Par celiavine

The platform will enable the Canadian broadcaster to capitalize on best practices and operational efficiencies nationwide Vista Radio has implemented Matrix Solutions’ Monarch media ad sales platform across all 41 of their radio stations. The enterprise-wide adoption will not only deliver the Canadian broadcaster connected transparency across their teams, but it will ensure best practices and ...

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