We showed you the computer-generated conceptual looks of the stage and lighting prior to the tour. Now that Heaven and Hell is out there, take a look at the reality.
As a reminder, LD Paul Dexter of Masterworks Lighting specified 3 DL.2s and a Hog iPC from CWP. Tour lighting contractor PRG supplied a Wholehog 3 and wing to control the main rig lighting.
LD Paul Dexter says, "The DL.2s are so versatile that for a nearly two-hour show, new images and stock footage continues to alter the look of the three centrally dedicated arch projection windows and all encompassing Gothic stage set.
"For about half of the time, the projection windows fly out and the DL2s then converge into an image that projects across a 55-foot wide castle stone backdrop. Song after song there is a transformation that occurs with music and other lighting effects, but adding the DL2s into the mix create an another extraordinary layer. Collectively, the visual becomes a mind-bending experience, but the music is extremely powerful. Watch for tour dates. This show is a must see."
Lighting Director for the main rig is Mark Scrimshaw, who's using the Wholehog 3 console with wing. Joseph Denham is the DL.2 programmer/operator/tech from CWP.
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