81 Productions creates connections with CHAUVET Professional at The Space Shop Sessions


Music connects communities! Just about everyone would agree with that in the abstract. All playlists are, after all, filled with songs that have an undeniable power to cross boundaries and bring people together. But Berkeley Dent, Jason Pastel, Trevor Creany, Dustin Lee and the team at 81 Productions demonstrated the unifying power of music in a more real sense during this cold, hard winter. With live music venues in their area locked down, and musicians out of work, they launched “The Space Shop Sessions,” a series of five livestream concerts, each featuring a different Roanoke band, and each supported by a different hometown business. Helping the 81 Productions team create a flowing series of distinctive, colorful looks that reflected the personality of each band in the livestream series, was the company’s “virtually all Chauvet” livestream studio rig, anchored by a collection of Rogue R1X Spot and R1 Spot fixtures. Arranged in different configurations depending on the band, the Rogue units expanded design possibilities on the studio’s 24′ by 20′ stage. “Flexibility is obviously critical in this type of project when you have this many bands playing in the same space,” said Pastel. “The Rogues are ideal in this case, because they are such workhorses that will take you wherever you want to go.”

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