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The Basics of Band Lighting: How to Begin With Band Lighting
Most, if not all of us, have been to some kind of rock concert at some time of our life.[...]

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Band Lighting Walk Through – How to Create a Basic Show that Looks Awesome!
Creating a great lighting show for your band isn't always easy. You've got to figure out what to buy, how[...]
LXQ: Solo Concert Lighting Design Ideas
Lighting Questions are sent in from readers of our FREE email newsletter, or via our contact page.  With the permission of the[...]
Get Inspired By What’s Around You – Nook Schoenfeld Interview
Whether you are just starting out, experienced or a lighting expert, today's interview has incredible value for you. Today I[...]
The Basics of Band Lighting: How to Begin With Band Lighting
Most, if not all of us, have been to some kind of rock concert at some time of our life.[...]
How to Create Movement in Your Band’s Light Show
One of the best ways to really upgrade your lighting show is to add movement. The best part is -[...]
Bit By The Lighting Bug – Interview with Jeff Waful
If you've been reading Learn Stage Lighting for awhile, you may know that I am quite a fan of jam[...]
Your 5 First Steps to Stage Lighting Success
Thanks to you, my readers, I get a lot of really helpful emails in my inbox sharing your current struggles[...]
How Do I Begin with Set Design for My Band?
If there's one way to really up your band's lighting game, it's this... Set design is by far the the[...]
How Do I Program My Band’s Lighting To Music?
If you want to create great lighting for your band (or really church, DJ set or anything with music!) ,[...]
How to Go from No Lights to a Dynamic Band Lighting Show in Just 6 Weeks
Back in February of this year, I got a virtual knock on my door from a nice fellow named Pete,[...]
My Introduction to Band Lighting
In the summer of 2015 I got a band together to play a theatrical set of rock songs about the[...]
Band Lighting: The Resources to Create an Amazing Show
Congratulations - you've found it! If you are looking to take your band's lighting to the next level, or just[...]
Band Lighting Gear – What Do I Need?
When you're first beginning with band lighting, it's really difficult to know what you should buy to make a great[...]
Videos – Jam Band Lighting How To – You Will Learn Something Today!
Today I want to introduce you to some really great tutorials on band lighting that I was introduced to by[...]
How Do I Set Up My Console For Band Lighting?
Band Lighting Advanced:  Setting Up Your Console For Flexibility and Ease At this point in the game, we have lights[...]
Band Lighting – How To Light a Great Show
Picture this: You've just finished setting up your band's lighting rig.   Maybe you're in the band, the audio guy,[...]
How Do I Organize My Band’s Lighting For Quick Setup?
As the old adage goes, "Time is Money", and this can't be more true when you're setting up your band's[...]
Controlling the Mood of the Room – Interview With Steve Mashburn
Today I am really excited to share with you an interview with Steve Mashburn - a reader of this website.[...]
How to Program With DMXIS
is one of the very best pieces of DMX software for bands wanting to run their own shows. But like[...]
Lighting My First Bands with DMXIS Lighting Software
It’s been an interesting six months. I joined Learn Stage Lighting Labs in March, having never even heard the term[...]

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