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A State of Control Episode 11: A Brother’s Gotta Eat

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Host: Tim Albright AVNation Founder and Steve Greenblatt of Control Concepts Guests: Rich Fregosa, Daniel Renne, and Eric Cantrell. Record Date: 7/7/2014  This month we tackle "alternative" control systems. Besides Crestron and AMX, there are a number of control and automation companies out there. Some of them may even be a better fit for your particular application. We take

A State of Control Episode 10: AV Is Nicer Than IT

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Host: Tim Albright AVNation Founder and Steve Greenblatt of Control Concepts Guests: Dan Feldstein from Crestron, Rich Fregosa of Fregosa Design, and James Maltese from Audio Visual Resources. Record Date: 5/6/2014  As the AV industry matures, so do the workers who occupy the jobs. How do we get the next generation trained? Where will tomorrows programmers come from? What

A State of Control Episode 9: The Glue That Binds

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Host: Tim Albright AVNation Founder and Steve Greenblatt of Control Concepts Guests: Rich Fregosa, Matt Slack, and Dan Fulmer. Record Date: 3/4/2014  With IT and AV converging at lighting speed, what does this mean for the AV Control industry? Have we seen the end of processors and touchpanels? How can the control programmer of today succeed in an IT-centric

A State of Control Episode 8: Sneakernet

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Host: Tim Albright AVNation Founder and Steve Greenblatt of Control Concepts Guests: Greg Brown from UCLA, Scott Tiner of Bates College, and Ernie Bailey from University of Arkansas. Record Date: 11/26/2013  On this episode of A State of Control we talk with the "end users" of the control system; technology managers. What do they need from their systems? How

A State of Control Episode 7: The Red Button or Blue$

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Host: Tim Albright AVNation Founder and Steve Greenblatt of Control Concepts Guests: Rich Fregosa of Fregosa Design, Mike Faulkner from Avitecture, and Saben Shawhan of Metro Acoustics. Record Date: 10/7/2013  On this episode of A State of Control we talk about the price of good programming. How are programming budgets created and how to get in on that process?

A State of Control Episode 6: The One Ring

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Host: Tim Albright AVNation Founder and Steve Greenblatt of Control Concepts Guests: Rich Fregosa of Fregosa Design, Chris Neto of AV Helpdesk, Richard Blackwell from Linked2Software, and Jamie Trader of AMX. Record Date: 8/19/2013  The AV/IT convergence has been upon us for quite some time. What does it mean for the control and automation segment of the industry? How

A State of Control Episode 5: Configuratable

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Host: Tim Albright AVNation Founder and Steve Greenblatt of Control Concepts Guests: Rich Fregosa of Fregosa Design, Matthew Silverman from George Mason University, Scott Samsal from GreenPoint TDI, and Bernard Morgan of ICS+. Record Date: 7/8/2013  From amplifiers to digital video products, control manufacturers are expanding their line of products. As they do, they expect their "certified" programmers to

A State of Control Episode 4: Scope of What?

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Host: Tim Albright AVNation Founder and Steve Greenblatt of Control Concepts Guests: Rich Fregosa of Fregosa Design, Steve Samson from Crestron, and Doug Santo of Shen, Milsom, & Wilke Record Date: 5/21/2013  What goes on before the processor gets purchased or code gets written? A scope of work (SOW). If this isn't happening in your projects, you need to

A State of Control Episode 3: The LaVecchia Code

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Host: Tim Albright AVNation Founder and Steve Greenblatt of Control Concepts Guests: Rich Fregosa, Mark LaVecchia from BMA Software Solutions, and Troy Morgan of Pantech Designs. Record Date: 4/22/2013  The age-old question in the world of control programming: who owns the code? We dive right into this debate with four great minds on the subject. At times this conversation

A State of Control Episode 2: Tear Down These Walls

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Host: Tim Albright AVNation Founder and Steve Greenblatt of Control Concepts Guests: Rich Fregosa, Dan Worth, and Julia Cooper from AVI-SPL Record Date: 3/18/2013  More control companies are getting into areas beyond control. Is this just good for their bottom line, or is it good for the industry? From video distribution to shades and speakers, how will these control
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