Interactive Technologies, Inc.

February 2019 Newsletter


In this issue:


Winner of the January "How Do You CueServer…” Contest

Congratulations to Matt Gajowniczek of Sound, Production & Lighting, LLC, January's winner of a CueServer 2 Mini! Matt's project submission (featured below) was randomly chosen to receive this prize.

Don’t forget, winners are chosen every 6 months! The next submission deadline is June 30th.  Be sure to submit your CueServer projects for a chance to win!

How Do You CueServer?

Project Showcase

— Tin Roof Delray Beach —

Tin Roof Delray Beach Collage

Tin Roof, A Live Music Joint, is about giving musicians a place to play and a place to hang when they aren't onstage.  The tasty food, fun, eclectic environment, a community of Regulars, and friendly Crew have established the Roof as the place to be for musicians and non-musicians alike. Over the years, our stages have hosted the famous, the should have been famous, and everyone in between!

Interactive: How was CueServer used in this project? 

Matt Gajowniczek: CueServer was used as the lighting processor that was triggered all from Q-SYS, so that any user can easily control the lighting in the venue without prior knowledge on how to control lights.

Interactive: How would you describe your experience with CueServer? 

Matt GajowniczekIt was great, multiple playbacks made this project simple and easy to program. 


Tin Roof Delray Beach
Delray Beach, FL


Matt Gajowniczek

Sound, Production & Lighting LLC


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 Tin Roof Patio 

New Product

— CS-950 CueServer 2 DIN —


Interactive Technologies is proud to announce the release of a new-and-improved CueServer 2 DIN model, the CS-950. 

CueServer 2 Din: CS-950

• Four bi-directional DMX ports
• RGB status indicators
• Improved LCD navigation switch
• Brighter backlight
• User accessible reset switch
• 26% lower energy usage


This latest generation CueServer 2 model replaces the previous CS-940 model and is available for immediate purchase at the same price point.


Tip & Trick:

— Using Variables as Colors —

Use variables for colors in CueServer Studio

Make setting fixture colors a breeze with a range of colors defined as variables. This article shows you how to do it.

View Article

Software Updates:

— CueServer v2.1.2 and v3.0.0b2 —

Since our last newsletter release, there have been two software updates for CueServer 2.  The official release is v2.1.2.  Also available is v3.0.0b2, which is a preview of the new features and technologies that make the Insite touchscreen do its magic.

You can learn more about these releases by checking the release notes: