100 Lombard Street
Suite 303
Toronto, ON
M5C 1M3
Tel: 416-536-4827
Toll-free: 1-888-428-0362
Fax: 416-536-0859

Eos Family ION Dimmer Course

February 22, 2020 - February 23, 2020

Location: 100 Lombard St. Suite 301
Cost (Members): $125 per day or $225 for both sessions
Cost (Permittees): $150 per day or $250 for both sessions

Don't miss this amazing training opportunity to upgrade your skills using the Eos Family Ion dimmer boards.

Over the course of the weekend we will be offering an enhanced and intermediate level class. Each course is designed to build on your knowledge and make you more efficient. However, depending on your skill set you may like to attend one or both training sessions. You do not have to take level 2 before you take level 3, but our recommendation and based on your skill set, is to take both courses back-to-back.

Please note: you must have a basic understanding of the console and programming for conventional fixtures as well as moves and LED fixtures.

Date: February 22nd - 23rd, 2020
Time: 10am - 6pm
Location: 100 Lombard St. Suite 301
Cost:  Members $125 per day or $225 for both sessions
           Permittees $150 per day or $250 for both sessions

Saturday, February 22nd: Level 2, Enhanced
This class will provide a more in-depth look at basic operations and working with multi-parameter devices on an Eos family console. After completing this class, one should be able to:
- Edit device attributes
- Understand display layouts and workspaces
- Record and recall Snapshots
- Create more elaborate Groups
- Be more effective using Submaster properties
- Record and recall Palettes and Presets
- Set up and use Direct Selects
- Understand and use Update, Auto-Mark, and other cue attributes
- Take advantage of Discrete Timing and Multipart cues
- Create and use Relative and Absolute Effects
- Feel comfortable with configuration and test functions in the Shell
- Create and use a basic Magic Sheet

Sunday, February 23rd: Level 3, Intermediate

This class is intended for people who are well versed in Eos Family terminology, already know the layout of the desk, and are experienced conventional and intelligent fixture programmers. After completing this class, users should be able to:
- Use, store, and recall advanced displays
- Use advanced patch functions, such as copying and moving show data, editing fixture profiles, and creating keywords
- Use advanced selection and manual control features Define and use Highlight, Lowlight, and custom RemDim
- Use the fan function on encoders, the command line, and for references
- Control multiple-intensity fixtures
- Apply and store filters
- Use manual playback functions like Make Null, Make Manual, Capture
- Use advanced palette and preset modifiers Use advanced cues, like Multipart, and multi-list
- Create and use Macros
- Utilize intermediate Magic Sheet skills

Registration deadline: Friday, February 14th, 2020 by 5:00pm.

If you are interested in attending please register with NABET 700-M UNIFOR reception.