Concert Lighting, Second Edition: Techniques, Art and Business by   James Moody (Author)

Concert Lighting is a comprehensive primer on lighting design for concerts. Placing special emphasis on rock-and-roll concert lighting equipment and techniques, the book takes its reader on tour, covering every aspect of that experience for the touring professional lighting technician and designer.


 

 

Review
"This is a book you will read from start to finish, if you are serious about lighting. Then you will read it again."--Lighting Dimensions

Review
"This is a book you will read from start to finish, if you are serious about lighting. Then you will read it again."--Lighting Dimensions

Book Description
Concert Lighting is a comprehensive primer on lighting design for concerts. Placing special emphasis on rock-and-roll concert lighting equipment and techniques, the book takes its reader on tour, covering every aspect of that experience for the touring professional lighting technician and designer. It also devotes several chapters to cross-media use of concert lighting techniques. Discussions of applications in film, video, the theatre, and the corporate world demonstrate the ways in which today's lighting designers cross over into other design areas.

This new edition has been thoroughly updated and includes new sections on computer-aided drafting, moving lights, hi-bred consoles, concert techniques in television production and features designs by some of the top concert designers in the industry. Concert Lighting is designed to assist students and professionals in understanding the unique fixtures, structures, special effects and design element used in concert lighting today.

Thoroughly updated with new sections on Computer Aided Drafting, moving lights and other new equipment and techniques.
A real-life look at what a lighting designer does- from fighting for contracts to designing a show.
Special emphasis on rock-and-roll concert lighting.

From the Publisher
This new edition has been thoroughly updated and includes new sections on computer-aided drafting, moving lights, hi-bred consoles, concert techniques in television production and features designs by some of the top concert designers in the industry. Concert Lighting is designed to assist students and professionals in understanding the unique fixtures, structures, special effects and design element used in concert lighting today.

About the Author
James Moody has over twenty-seven years experience in theatrical lighting and has been a major influence in concert as well as television innovation.