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iSquint Podcast: Episode 5 – Zeroing In On the ORB

iSquint Podcast: Episode 5 – Zeroing In On the ORB

I had a chance to spend the day with Peter Kirkup, the Product Manager for Zero 88 and the ORB lighting desk a few weeks ago. It was the same day as the #DCLighting Tweetup that Peter and I co-sponsored at Murphy’s Grand Irish Pub in Old Town Alexandria. Right before the hoards of fellow […]

iSquint Podcast – Episode 4 – ETC at LDI

iSquint Podcast – Episode 4 – ETC at LDI

In this, the fourth episode of the iSquint Podcast, I got a chance to sit down with Anne Valentino and David Lincecum for ETC, (Electronic Theatre Controls) at LDI in Orlando Florida. Anne and David explained how the Eos family of desks were developed and how they listened to the lighting community to design the […]

iSquint Podcast: Episode 3 – Squintin’ at the grandMA2

iSquint Podcast: Episode 3 – Squintin’ at the grandMA2

In this, the third episode of the iSquint Podcast, I got a chance to sit down with Brian Dowd and Joe Cabera from ACT Lighting to talk about the grandMA2 lighting desk. Joe and Brian were kind enough to take time out of their very busy trade show duties to sit down and explain to […]

The iSquint.net Podcast – Episode 2: The 2009 LDI Post Show Podcast

The iSquint.net Podcast – Episode 2: The 2009 LDI Post Show Podcast

It took some time, but here it is, the 2nd episode of the iSquint Podcast. Jim from Jimonlight.com and I finally got a chance to sit down after a couple of weeks after the show to put our thoughts down into the 2009 LDI Post Show Podcast. There were quite a few new things introduced, […]

This Just In – The First Episode of the iSquint Podcast

This Just In – The First Episode of the iSquint Podcast

This just in, iSquint.net is proud to release our first podcast, The iSquint.net Podcast. Pretty easy name right? So what is in this first episode of our podcast? We talk about the re-launch and redesign of iSquint.net. The Road to LDI 2009, I take a quick look at some of the new things that were […]