Whether you’ve just purchased a console moved to a new venue, or are simply interested in learning a vibrant and powerful lighting control system, we’ve got the resources to get your started.
No console? No problem. Simply
down the latest (free!) Eos software for Mac or PC to get started.
Once installed on your Mac or PC, Eos Family software is full-featured - giving you complete access to all the professional tools of a console. Need to do more than prep your show file? Add an
ETCnomad USB key and output device to control your lighting system directly, or to link up to another console.
If you’re a student or an educator, the
ETCnomad Education Package provides access to a discounted ETCnomad and Gadget II bundle – everything you need for your very own, portable lighting control system. Also
be sure to check out this
resource page for using Eos as a teaching tool.
Click on the console you have to see the setup guide to get you going.
Our Eos Family Learning Series offers in-depth workbooks and video tutorials covering everything from the basics (patching, writing cues) to Expert Topics (show control, 3D programming with Augment3d). You can download the workbook and show files, and
program along at your own pace.
If you’re new to Eos, start with
You can also check for
in-person training sessions in your region.
Need a crash-course in why consoles and networks work the way they do? Check out these fun videos (and more) on our
If you have questions as you start your Eos journey, there are lots of places to get answers.
Eos Family forums are monitored by ETC’s in-house product experts and host a decade and a half’s worth of questions and answers about
all aspects of Eos. Browse existing topics or
create your MyETC account to post your own query. There’s also a special
forum for Augment3d.
Your MyETC login will also get you access to
Study Hall, where you can register for virtual seminars and educational events. Past Eos-related Study Hall sessions are
posted to YouTube, with a special
playlist devoted to Eos-related content.
ETC Eos Family Console Programmers Facebook group, run by dedicated Eos end-users, is a vibrant venue for professional advice, technical troubleshooting, and banter. (Note: This closed group requires approval by the moderators to join, and it is not officially affiliated with ETC.)
Ready to become an expert? Once you’ve mastered the basics, check out our continuing-education resources for
Expert Topics video tutorial course and