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Blue Planet News - DECEMBER 2013
New Software Release for Cognito Console
November 11, 2013 - Calgary, AB, Canada
Building on the power of the May 8 release that brought Effects, Move-in-Black for Memories and powerful cue editing tools to Cognito, Pathway is pleased to announce that Cognito is now shipping with a software build that adds even more power and flexibility to the console enabling small–to-medium size venues and productions to do more with LED and automated lighting than they ever thought possible.
* Cognito can be locked in to Wall Station Mode. Choose between Memory pushbuttons (2, 4, 8 or 20-button versions), Single Playlist or Screen Saver. Unlock from Wall Station Mode can be password protected.
* Cues and Memories can be edited in Blind Mode. When in the Play task, select a Cue or a Memory and touch the Blind icon. The selected Cue or Memory will be displayed in the Select task where it can be edited and updated without effecting the live stage.
* Cue Actions are an editable property of a Cue. We have added 15 different actions that can be triggered by a Cue such as GO on a Playlist, Bump a Memory, send a MIDI string, and Stop all Effects.
* The Info Screen opens tabbed readout displays when Lights are selected. See how busy a Light is or quickly ascertain the total number of Playlists, Cues, Memory pages and recorded Memories in the current show file. Get detailed information about Attributes and the source(s) of control for a particular Light.
Get the full release notes, the Off Line Editor version and instructions for updating consoles at:
If you are looking for a quote on any of the Cognito Console, contact Blue Planet Lighting for a quick and competitive quote. You can also send a quote request through the convenient Online Quote Request Form.
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