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CAST Software Offers wysiwyg to Students at 90% Savings

CAST Software of Toronto recognizes the importance of equipping our future lighting professionals with the right tools to start off their careers. In a special promotion to help combat tight times, CAST is for the first time in its history offering wysiwyg Perform Special Student Edition at the incredibly low price of only $499 (plus any applicable taxes and shipping costs). Compare that Perform SSE price to today's regular $4999 price for the full professional Perform – a 90% Savings! Best of all, upon graduation, CAST will credit the $499 toward the purchase of the full professional version of wysiwyg Design or Perform.

Not only is wysiwyg the industry standard for lighting and production design for the entertainment industry, it is also the software tool of choice for approximately 6000 students per year in more than 300 universities, colleges and schools around the world. And CAST both installs and trains the teaching/coaching staff, and the tech support is second to none.

This very special offer is only available for students and academic institutions. Applying students and schools must be properly registered with CAST to qualify. The School Registration Form can be obtained from CAST -- email to Perform SSE comes with 1000 channel capabilities and will be watermarked ‘For educational use only'. This is a time limited offer, available only while supplies last, on a first come – first served basis.

Meet the CAST team and see demonstrations of the PLASA Innovation Award winning wysiwyg R24, plus BlackBox and Vivien – Virtual Event Designer during LDI in Booth 636.

For more information about this or our other academic and professional development programs please email us at: For more information about CAST Software products, visit

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