Week 39 2021

Video summary of the week

Monday 27 September 2021
Tear Down
General Questions
Vimalakiriti: This Body is so Impermanent
Andy Carluccio and Jonathan Kokotajlo from Liminal will tear down their work on an online film project, Vimalakirti: This Body is so Impermanent, directed by Peter Sellars and edited by Tim Squyres. The project involved a singer in Oregon (Ganavya), a dancer in Amsterdam (Michael Schumacher), and master calligrapher Wang Dongling in China, collaborating in realtime through Liminal’s production system, combining Zoom, SRT, and Isadora. Check out the trailer link (below) before the show, and these selected clips from the film
Vimalakiriti trailer

Tuesday 28 September 2021
Behringer Flow 8 Deep Dive
General Questions
Behringer Flow 8 Deep Dive A growing number of our members are adopting the Flow 8 interface.
Today, we’ll discuss why and how it works

Wednesday 29 September 2021
Ruthless Review Video
General Questions
Ruthless Review Video We continue our tradition of ruthless picking at our panelist setups. It’s a great way to learn.

Thursday 30 September 2021
Getting into the Industry, A How-To Guide
General Questions
Getting into the Industry, A How-To Guide We all have something to offer but how do you get into the industry? We’ll talk about techniques to pry open the doors.

Friday 1 October 2021
General Questions
Isadora Isadora, an incredible visual creator tool, is becoming more and more embedded in our community. We’ll discuss why and how we use it.
Isadora website

Saturday 2 October 2021
The Long Day
7am-8am (PDT) General Questions
8am-9:30am (PDT) EDU Education Saturdays – Reminder, we don’t stream this hour.
12pm-1pm (PDT) The Belfast Method What does a concert production look like when it’s run from all over the world.
Click here to join us to find out.

Wednesday’s Show: Focus on Ruthless Review Video
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Thursday’s Show: Getting into the Industry
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Friday’s Show: Focus on Isadora Visual Creator Tool
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Saturday’s Show: General Questions
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