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those capri tents (i think that's what they're called...) are great...
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No Bases/plates on the bottom of the truss uprights/legs Confused.
But other than that looks like a nice little gig going on.
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Originally posted by Preacher Preacher wrote:

No Bases/plates on the bottom of the truss uprights/legs Confused.
But other than that looks like a nice little gig going on.
 
The truss is fixed down to the dance floor. The type of design means you can screw on the crosssection to secure it. We also put a 18mm sheet of ply under the dance floor so it fixes to that as well. The end of the truss is completely flat so base plates aren't needed.


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is that last pic a fairground ride on a long exposure time?
 
Yes it is not sure exactly how its done cos my brother takes all the pictures. Took 3 hours just to get that in there back garden !
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That was taken form the tree house !

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Originally posted by djdarren djdarren wrote:

Originally posted by mk2_ginger_biscuit69 mk2_ginger_biscuit69 wrote:

is that last pic a fairground ride on a long exposure time?
 
Yes it is not sure exactly how its done cos my brother takes all the pictures. Took 3 hours just to get that in there back garden !
 
 
i really enjoy these over budgeted parties people have. I did an 18th once under a super huge circus bigtop, had dodgems, a giant bouncey castle, big inflated slide thing, bucking bronco ride all on one side, then an 8x6m stage, 14k of nexo alphaE, then for lighting i put an 8 x 8m truss cube up 4m above the 'dancefloor' with 4x atomic3k's, 8x minimacs, 4x goldenscans, and 12 par56's along the stage side for stage lighting, 4x vr8r's along the rear of the stage, all controlled off an avolite pearl. 2bands which i manned the desk for, then 6hours of dj's which i just left it on chases and had some cider Tongue. didnt have a cam with me for this, still trying to get pics of the event, was probably the best job ive ever done!! 
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not my lighting, but i'm sure grub would like to to show some of his stuff off - not that you can much of it. Those MiracLEDs offer a good bang for the buck! I supplied the projections and screen otput.
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the club i tech for, main lighting rig shortly after the revamp. few fixtures have been moved around since, whole new program done on lightjockey, with a 15" touch panel running LJ Touch.

 
martin hazer used as well, but not in these pics due too daytime running, interferes with the cafe.
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6x robe clubspot 300's. 8x martin SCX500's, 2x martin barrel things and 20x LED pars on wall wash
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