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grandMA2: Aida

LD Rob Mills used a grandMA2 light as his control platform for Verdi's "Aida" at the Epsom Playhouse in Surrey, UK. more »

grandMA2: A Galaxy of Lights

grandMA2 masters more than 2,100 DMX controlled moving lights with almost
42,000 parameters at Eurovision Song Contest 2011. more »

grandMA2: Ultra Music Festival

At Miami’s 13th Ultra Music Festival, grandMA2 full-size consoles were the dominant control solution on the Main Stage. more »

grandMA2: Premio lo Nuestro a la Musica Latina

LD Carlos Colina selected a pair of grandMA2 light consoles to control
approximately 400 fixtures at the 23rd Musica Latina show. more »

MA Lighting Catalogue

MA Lighting is proud to announce its new main catalogue. more »

grandMA2 light at the Oscars

Jason Rudolph
choose a grandMA2 light console to control the 34 media servers
at the 2011 Academy Awards. more »

grandMA2: Full control

Mikki Kunttu
programmed Michael Monroe's shows on his own grandMA2 console. more »

Under a lucky star

LD Richard Profe of TLD Planungsgruppe used a grandMA system to control the over 500 moving lights at Frankfurt Motor Show’s Daimler AG booth. more »

grandMA : Japanese Carmen

Fabrice Kebour realised the lighting design for the Carmen performances in Tokyo and Nagoya using grandMA only. more »

Neil Trenell: grandMA2

UK-based Lighting Designer and Programmer Neil Trenell of M Squared Designs has invested in his own grandMA2 full size console. more »

grandMA lights Leonardo

For his recent DVD shoot Brazilian singer Leonardo was lit with a design created by Danny Nolan and controlled by GrandMA. more »

grandMA: Kaohsiung Stadium

LD Rom Zhau explains why he choose the GrandMA for the opening ceremony of the new Kaohsiung Stadium in Kaohsiung, Taiwan. more »

grandMA2: Maximo Park

The latest Maximo Park tour was the first in the UK to feature one of MA Lighting's new grandMA2 consoles , a grandMA2 light. more »

grandMA in Wonderland

Two grandMA full-size consoles running in full-tracking backup mode, plus four MA NSPs running 16 DMX universes were placed at FOH to run Chingay Singapore’s lighting. more »

grandMA on “Black Ice Tour”

AC/DC’s long-time Lighting Director Cosmo Wilson about his first tour with the grandMA. more »

grandMA: Metallica

MA Lighting’s grandMA full-size console is accompanying heavy metal great Metallica’s 2008-2009 coffin-clad concerts. more »

MA Lighting 6.0

MA Lighting is pleased to announce the release of the latest version 6.0 software which adds several new and valuable functions. more »

grandMA Meets Luis Miguel

Four time Latin Grammy Award winner Luis Miguel is on tour with a lighting design by Danny Nolan and a grandMA system. more »

grandMA in Control of Qi

“Qi” at Friedrichstadtpalast; Berlin: 100 artists supported by a lighting crew lead by technical manager Olaf Eichler and the powerful technology of MA Lightingmore »

Shopping with GrandMA

Westfield London, the new £1.6 billion West London retail and leisure destination has its large Atrium house and special events area lighting controlled by a grandMA replay unit. more »

Status Quo rocks with grandMA

Two years ago LD Patrick Marks started working with GrandMA. For the current Status Quo tour he relies on a grandMA full-size. more »

Celine tours with grandMA

With a huge GrandMA system specified by LD Yves Aucoin  Celine Dion is back on tour. more »

grandMA eastbound

With the recently installed grandMA System the Theatre of Drama in Tyumen, Siberia is most likely one of Russia’s best equipped theatres. more »

GrandMA goes Quebec

LD Martin Gagnon explains why he choose grandMA to control the lighting which accompanied the world record projection in Quebec. more »

MA Lighting’s Olympic record

3 grandMA full-size plus 3 grandMA full-size as backup as well as 2 grandMA light and 46 MA NSPs controlled the lighting network during the Opening Ceremony. more »

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