Welcome to The Nerdy Professor. Our goal and mission is to provide you with easy to understand, easy to follow training videos to help you bridge that gap that lies between technology and art. I hope that by the end of this course, technology becomes an extension of your creativity.
This course is a quick and dirty overview of the different types of cues in QLab, how to add them, and how to edit them. A glossary of sorts. If you want or need more direction than what’s given here, many of the lessons will link to other courses. And of course there’s always the online QLab manual.
Let’s start with a pretty important concept, how to add a cue to QLab. Here you’ll see QLab’s cue list. It’s filled with different cues and groups of cues. When you create a new workspace in QLab, this list is empty. Let’s fill it up.