Finally, a glove designed specifically for musicians, roadies, lighting, staging & rigging pros, A/V techs, film & broadcast production pros, photographers, videographers and all other gigging professionals. Now you can protect your most important piece of equipment - your hands. Don't put your precious hands at risk with some inferior glove you may find in a home improvement store. Gig Gloves offer you complete protection along with the flexibility you need to safely, quickly and efficiently work and/or play your gig every step of the way. That includes any and all of the following: loading your vehicle, load-in at the venue, set up, tear down, load out, and unloading your vehicle. Suddenly you're realizing how often you put your hands at risk, huh? Remember, in the gigging industries if you hurt your hands, you're out of commission. Gig Gloves are designed so that you don't have to take the gloves off until your job is done, greatly reducing the risk of injury. So what are you waiting for?
These days, remote mixing on an iPad or tablet is commonplace. It gives engineers the opportunity to get out from behind the board and hear sound in the venue from different locations while making mix changes on the spot. Almost every remote mixing app has multi-touch capabilities built in, but taking advantage of the multi-touch features are next to impossible when one hand is always being used to actually hold the iPad. Not anymore, thanks to the Two Hand Touch Harness and chest rig by Gig Gear.
The Cam-A-Lot dual sided video conferencing privacy screen allows you to work from home and not have to worry about what your house looks like behind you or who is walking in and out of the room while you try to get work done.
With the innovative X-strap design, the Cam-A-Lot easily slides onto practically any chair back and completely blocks out your background. It’s dual sided - one side is white for a nice clean look, and the other side is green to either add a splash of color or if you want to actually use it as a green screen and project a virtual background on it. By using two pieces of fabric, practically no light bleeds through allowing for accurate chromakey-ing and use of virtual backgrounds.