The home studio is a thing. It could be in a spare room, a basement, a garage, or even a fabricated room in your backyard. Nonetheless, there are many productions that have taken a spot in the house to record audio, video, or both.
And with that, you have cameras, microphones, and even lighting in your room. Back in 2005, it was anything that could keep your studio as cool as possible. It was big lights with softboxes that could take over a good part of your room.
LED lights have changed the game. Small, powerfull lights that, eventually, gave you the color temperature, and brightness, of multiple CFL lights and gels.
Fiilex DMX Track Lighting
Fillex has been creating track lighting for pro environments. Broadcast companies such as CNN have been using Fiilex track lighting in their studios. Now, Fiilex is focusing on the home studio setting with a new set of track LED lighting with barn doors.
With using DMX, you can not only adjust the color temperature of the lights, you can set up light focus to improve the skin tone of a subject. You can turn the whole studio into daylight, then create scenes, such as vignettes, and setup more usable depth of field, and green screen video.
The T360 Pro Plus, for example, can be purchased outright, or with accessories such as diffusers, soft-boxes, and more. The 85W light can output 300W, dims from 0-100%, and can tune from 2800-6500K. All within a 8.8 x 4.7 x 7.8 inch area (without attachments).
More with DMX
I talk with Brian at Fiilex about how DMX lighting is a viiable setup for any studio – such as a kitchen studio that has to double as your home kitchen. Or maybe your studio is in the living room, which the spots can turn off, and mood lighting for movie night can be turned on.
For more, check out Fiilex Website.