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The [email protected] is released every Thursday at 5pm as a round-up of the week's top entertainment design and technology items, so you can stay up to date on industry news.

The Latest Issue Of Live Design Performs A Psychoanalysis.

Available for free download or as an interactive PDF, the May issue of Live Design features an in-depth analysis of the projection, video, and lighting design of Broadway musical, American Psycho, plus more. Get the issue here.

Watch Nevin Steinberg's Hamilton Sound Design Webcast On-Demand.

On Tuesday, sound designer Nevin Steinberg with associate designer Jason Crystal and sound engineer Justin Rathbun discussed in-depth the sound design of hit Broadway musical, Hamilton. Watch it On-Demand now!

LDI Announces A New Educational Event—LDI: Live Outside.

To provide event producers with the tools they need, Live Design International (LDI) is launching a special event, LDI: Live Outside, which combines demos and training, in real-time, of a concert stage set-up in a non-permanent location. Read more about it.

Harman Martin Demos New MAC Axiom Hybrid In New York.

Brad Schiller and the Harman Martin Professional team were in New York yesterday, showing the new MAC Axiom Hybrid fixture. Check out the video demo of some of the latest features.

First Intel Choreographed Drone Performance

Drones 100, Intel’s world-record-holding drone performance, will be making its public debut as part of Vivid Sydney 2016, which is now open. From 8 to 12 June, 100 illuminated drones will perform a choreographed routine over Sydney Harbor.

Stay tuned for next week's round-up of current industry news.

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