The GO Button in QLab 4.
The GO button in QLab 4 has some new tricks up its sleeve.
Introduction to Cue Sequences.
A demo workspace for exploring auto-continues, auto-follows, and Group cues.
How to Use a Mac.
A primer on basic use of Apple Mac computers, since QLab runs only on Macs.
A collection of useful scripts.
Two methods for using QLab to perform a speaker check.
Basic Computer Networking for Theater.
Since more and more shows involve computer networks, a strong understanding of the basic terms and concepts of networking can be a real asset for a QLab user.
How to Move a Workspace to a New Mac.
From studio to booth, or from main to backup, moving workspaces is often necessary.
How to trigger QLab 4 With Timecode.
Using QLab as a show-control listener.
How to Live-stream With QLab.
An exploration of the tools needed to live-stream the output of QLab to the internet.
Introduction to Audio Cues.
Learn the basics of the Audio cue.
Introduction to Fading Audio.
Learn about up-, down-, and cross-fading audio levels, as well as fading groups of Audio cues, and fading audio effects and rate.
How to Crossfade Two Sounds.
A quick step-by-step on crossfades.
How to Fade Pre-show Music.
A quick discussion of a commonly used technique.
How to Work With Offline Audio Interfaces.
How do you prep cues for a 4-, 8-, or 64-channel sound system before you get to the theater?
How to Fade In a Group of Video Cues.
Fading in groups of Video cues requires a little math trick.
How to Replace a Projector.
Touring or just fixing problems with video outputs.
Introduction to Light Cues.
Learn the basics of the Light cue.
Setting Up for Lighting in QLab 4.
Get your system set up and ready for action.
Adding Lights and Making Light Cues.
Learn about the light patch, the Light Dashboard, and recording Light cues.
Introduction to Devamp Cues.
Explore the capabilities of the Devamp cue to work with loops, repeats, and precisely timed cue triggering.
MIDI & OSC
Introduction to Network Cues.
Learn the basics of Network cues and how to use them to control QLab.
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