Light and color at the Palau de la Música in Barcelona


Once again, the combination of the A.leda B-Eye K20 and Mythos by Clay Paky, together with the control of grandMA2 Light by MA Lighting, served as the perfect complement to make the singer Rozalén shine with her own light during her performance in the city of Barcelona

The past 15 of June the Palau de la Música welcomed Rozalén in his concert within the framework of the tour 'Who has seen me ...'. The Project she was in charge of organizing this event, for which she had the services of the rental company, Arcoiris Lighting System.

The illuminator Juanjo Beloqui was in charge of putting light to the guest artist under the control of the console GrandMA2 de MA Lighting, a reference in lighting control for entertainment. During the concert, a play of light and color completed the performance of Rozalén that once again surprised his fans.

The indispensable Myth de Clay Paky, surprised the attendees and offered a visual experience that accompanied the artist perfectly. A very versatile tool, useful in any environment or situation. Its 4 ° - 50 ° zoom is optimized for focusing and is independent of fixed and rotating gobos, but not only that, it also has a powerful beam of light defined and that remains parallel along its entire length.

On the other hand, the mobile LED focus of Clay Paky, A.leda B-EYE K20 completed the show with its attractive visual effects thanks to its front lens that allows it to turn on itself to create small bright compositions, which can be opened and closed like petals. A high efficiency wash with an impressive beam of light. Its versatility makes it a very interesting creative tool for lighting designers and has a zoom that varies from 4 ° to 60 °, which makes it an appropriate tool also for any environment.

The control did not miss GrandMA2 Light, has 4096 parameters, 15 faders and 2 touch screens, and is the perfect tool to control any type of lighting. In addition, it has an intuitive and fast control of connected devices and channels and can handle an almost infinite number of predefined positions, cues, pages, sequences and effects.

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