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||CleanCSL Webinar: Green Is A Number||The webinar *Green Is A Number* is now on Youtube. Audio is also on our podcast feed. Thanks to Richard Cadena and James Bedell for taking the time to talk... The post CSL Webinar: Green Is A Number appeared first on Creative Stage Lighting.||5/18/2012||Free||View in iTunes|
|2||CleanVideoEmerging, Converging Technologies Webinar||The webinar we hosted last week is [now on Youtube](http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1DL3Cjl8aus) and on the CSL podcast feed. Thanks again to Justin Lang from iSquint and PLSN for taking the time to... The post Emerging, Converging Technologies Webinar||3/28/2012||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanDodging Doom In The Live Event Industry||[audio:http://podcast.creativestagelighting.com/feb2011/dodgingdoom.mp3] Audio from the Dodging Doom webinar is now in our podcast feed. You can watch the full video on Youtube. #### Links: – Direct Download of Audio: [Dodging Doom... The post Dodg||2/25/2011||Free||View in iTunes|
|4||CleanVideoThe Greening of the Concert Experience||CSL’s Kevin Loretto, PLSN’s Richard Cadena, and lighting designer Howard Ungerleider discuss energy efficiency in touring productions. Thanks again to Richard and Howard for their participation. #### Preview #### Links... The post The Greening of t||4/12/2010||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanFebruary 2010 Podcast Update||[audio:http://podcast.creativestagelighting.com/feb2010/february2010_update.mp3] We’ve been away, but we’re working on our new season of webinars for 2010. Also, we started a blog: http://blog.creativestagelighting.com You going to USITT? Awe||2/1/2010||Free||View in iTunes|
|6||CleanVideoMaking Informed Decisions for your Venue||This session’s topics include: – Goals – What are you looking to achieve – Needs assessment – what does your space really require – Planning – Are you prepared for... The post Making Informed Decisions for your Venue a||9/17/2009||Free||View in iTunes|
|7||CleanVideoChoosing Consoles and Moving Lights||This session’s topics include: – What does your production require? – Planning for future growth – Networking your venue or production = LEDs and Conventional lighting *Original Date: 5/28/09* ####... The post Choosing Consoles an||5/28/2009||Free||View in iTunes|
|8||CleanVideoLighting Design 101: Part II||This is a follow up to the February CSL Webinar, Lighting Design 101: The Art of Illumination. Guest Speakers Richard Cadena and Jeff Ravitz will be discussing the various elements... The post Lighting Design 101: Part II appeared first on Creative Sta||4/16/2009||Free||View in iTunes|
|9||CleanVideoLighting Design 101: The Art of Illumination||This webinar is a crash course on lighting a live music show, from conception to realization. It’s intended for a broad range of lighting professionals and aspiring professionals and it... The post Lighting Design 101: The Art of Illumination appeare||3/26/2009||Free||View in iTunes|
|10||CleanVideoLED 101||We take a look at LED technology with John Melillo of Philips Color Kinetics, including LED basics, advancements in LED technology, and applications of lighting design using LEDs for entertainment... The post LED 101 appeared first on Creative Stage Li||3/13/2009||Free||View in iTunes|
For anyone looking for a very informative podcast on the world of stage lighting - this one is GREAT!
The podcasts are amazing! Especially the ones with Richard Cadena. Yes they are long but for me they aren't long enough!!! The amount of useful and applicable information on these podcasts is really amazing. I especially like when designers are interviewed and asked about their looks, with pictures included. It is kind of like getting inside the heads of the best LD in the business! My favorite iTunes Podcast by far!!!!!! Hope to see more
Too hard to listen to...not what was expected
I thought that with a company that was so advanced and on top of technology that their podcasts would also be technologically advanced. That's just not the case here. The audio quality is subpar, the power point slides don't advance in time as the presenter speaks and the length of each podcast is too long and doesn't stay on one topic. They should break these down into smaller 15 minute segments and focus on VERY specific topics for each podcast. Some actual video footage and video of samples would be helpful.