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EVS XFILE[2] Server

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Date Expires: 09/11/2020
Item ID: 208977

EVS XFILE[2] Server

EVS XFILE[2] Server

EVS XFILE[2] s/n 70190, s/n 70200, s/n 70210
No option codes installed
Working, but cannot get external SCSI slots to recognise a drive.
Version 2.19.02 installed.


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The “look and feel” of Rogers’ tour this year has been a collaborative effort between the artist and Lighting Designer Ben Everett, who first started working with her when he lit Rogers’ first-ever show in London two years ago. Having toured with an impressive roster of bands over the past five years—including Bear's Den, The Jesus and Mary Chain, and The Dandy Warhols—Everett is now part of the UK-based MIRRAD team, which has been supplying a pair of Avolites Sapphire Touch lighting control consoles for Rogers’ 2019 worldwide trek.

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