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Magnetic Storms lights up its inventory

Magnetic Storms lights up its inventory
Lizanett du Preez (front), Andrew Gibson, Sibabalwe Sineke, David Stoltz and Raymond Sibem

Magnetic Storms lights up its inventory

South Africa:

Audiovisual and events production company, Magnetic Storm, recently invested in an MA dot2 core console, six Claypaky Axcor Beam 300 and eight Robe LEDBeam 150 fixtures. These were all purchased from DWR Distribution.

‘MA is fairly new to us,’ said Andrew Gibson, director of Magnetic Storm. ‘I had a conversation with Duncan Riley and Brad Bruchhausen from DWR a while ago about purchasing a dot2. As we had to rent dot2s in fairly often this year, it just made sense to buy our own console. Within 10 minutes I had the lights on, beams moving about. It was very easy to use.'

Magnetic Storm’s first encounter with the Robe LED Beams happened when providing technical services for a Johannesburg staging company. ‘We supplied all the gear except for the Robe LEDBeam 150s which were sent down to Cape Town,' Gibson added. 'Once we played with them, we decided it was a fixture our clients could benefit from; they were amazing. The tiny Robe LEDBeam 150 is quick, easy and versatile. While the fixtures are great for small events, they can as easily be placed on stage for a big show and not look out of place. The Axcors are great. A major advantage is that you can put them into Sharpy mode and they could complement or replace Sharpys on a rig.  Assuming the light output would be slightly different as Axcor is LED technology, but essentially it’s the same light.’



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