With three exceptional speakers—Laura Frank, Peter Morse, and Aron Altmark—LDI makes its third appearance at sound:check XPO in Mexico City on April 22-24, 2018, with a special LDI-branded program, Entrenamiento LDI: México.
LDI continues to deepen its commitment to the Latin American market by bringing high-quality professional training with three sessions featuring top names in lighting and video, plus a hands-on motor school for riggers. There will also be a networking cocktail reception for industry professionals, with sponsors including Elation Professional.
"We are very excited about this ongoing partnership with sound:check Xpo and the opportunity for LDI to present sessions in Mexico City with such excellent speakers,” says LDI managing director David Johnson. “Coupled with our ‘LDI en español’ sessions in Las Vegas for the past three years, our presence at sound:check Xpo reinforces our commitment to provide professional training and support of the Latin American market.”
Jorge Urbano, director of sound:check Xpo, adds, “Entrenamiento LDI: México is an important addition to sound:check Xpo. Thanks to LDI, we will have the best education possible in lighting, projection, and technology for the show business industry. We have the best expectations from the Mexican professionals. Thank you, LDI!”
Entrenamiento LDI: México 2018 includes
April 22 and April 23, 10am-4pm: CM Lodestar Motor School Certification with ETCP Credits
A two-day, 12-hour course with a class limit of 12 people.
April 22 at 5:30pm: Aron Altmark: From Concept to Reality—Clubs, Concerts, Festivals
Designer and programmer Aron Altmark discusses recent projects his company Visual Endeavors has taken on, including concert design experiences for artists including Logic, Tiësto, Dillon Francis, and The Chainsmokers as well the firm’s experience with large-scale festivals, interactive technologies, and media servers. This talk will focus on the processes and methodologies Visual Endeavors uses in taking projects from concept to design to implementation across a variety of scales and genres in the live entertainment industry.
April 23 at 5:30pm: Laura Frank: ScreenOps/Planning Playback Operations for Scenic Video
A look at different approaches to screen operations, looking at various methods of planning for and communicating with the teams that collaborate to produce and deliver video content to screens for live events. As an evolving paradigm, screens production can take many forms but typically rely on three basic groups: content, playback, and output. Learn how these three groups interact in a variety of production environments, from television to theater and concerts to marketing events, and engage the audience in a discussion about ScreenOps as an evolving workflow and the key players any production can benefit from for the betterment of the ScreenOps process.
April 24 at 1pm: Peter Morse: Designer On Design
Concert lighting and production designer Peter Morse discusses some of his major projects for artists such as Michael Jackson, Madonna, Barbara Streisand, Prince, Usher, Bette Midler, Shania Twain, Carrie Underwood, Christina Aguilera, Jennifer Lopez, Janet Jackson, Andrea Bocelli, The Eagles, Sean Combs, Dolly Parton, Reba, John Denver, and many more. He will examine his collaboration with leading names in the music business, his design process, and choice of gear as he shows some of his work from a star-studded career lasting over three decades.
Entremaniento LDI: México: Cocktail reception
Join industry professionals from the lighting and projection industry for an informal cocktail reception hosted by LDI, North America’s largest trade show for entertainment technology and design. Monday, April 23, 7pm-8:30pm.
Sponsors include: Elation Professional
All Prices In Mexican Pesos:
Pre-Event / On-Site
- One speaker session: 500 / 600
- Three speaker sessions: 1,200 / 1,500
- CM Lodestar Motor School: 1,000 / 1,200
- The Full Program: 2,000 / 2,400
For additional information, visit www.soundcheckexpo.com.mx.