Multi-Q  (1976)
Strand


Multi-Q

Strand Century
Two dipless crossfade units
Instant modification of channel level without matching
CRT dynamic cue display
Fade time recording
Cue insert / delete capability
Analog dimmer control

Developed by David Cunningham, after a discussion with Wally Russell about adapting British lighting controls to the American market. 
First used on A Chorus Line US and international tour.

From Strand Century Newsletter, July 1976
Multi-Q Installations:
1) A Chorus Line, International Touring Company
2) A Chorus Line, First National Touring Company
3) Highland Park High School, Detroit, Michigan
4) McDonagh High School, Bryans Road, Maryland
5) Channel 13-TV, Studio A, Mexico City, Mexico
6) Channel 13-TV, Studio B, Mexico City, Mexico
7) Aladdin Hotel, Baghdad Theatre, Las Vegas, Nevada
8) Paramount Arts Center, Ashland, Kentucky
9) Avery Fisher Hall, Lincoln Center, New York
10) KTLA-TV, Channel 5, Studio A, Los Angeles, California
11) KTLA-TV, Channel 5, Studio B, Los Angeles, California
12) Teatro Tapia, San Juan, Puerto Rico
13) Televicentro, Mexico City, Mexico
14) SUNY, Studio Theatre 1, Fine Arts Center, Stonybrook, NY
15) SUNY, Studio Theatre 2, Fine Arts Center, Stonybrook, NY
16) Lindenwood College, St Charles, Missouri
17) Spring High School South, Spring, Texas
18) Sea World, Atlantis Theatre, Orlando, Florida

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Documents

Multi-Q Advert (Winter 1976 Theatre Design and Technology)
Multi-Q Advert (Winter 1976 Theatre Design and Technology) (1976)
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Multi-Q Advert (Summer 1977) Theatre Design and Technology)
Multi-Q Advert (Summer 1977) Theatre Design and Technology) (1977)
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Journal Entries for Multi-Q in the Backstage Heritage Collection


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