A story of light and robots.
As a performer, I know what it’s like to be on stage without the engagement that I’d like. While jumping and screaming can gain a bit more attention from your audience, I came to realize that the best live shows I had ever been to had some sort of panache to them. There were blinders and lights and maybe even costumes. From this point forward I dedicated myself not just to artistry in my music, but also in my performances. I learned programming, electronics, video mapping, DMX controls, and spent years developing my own custom stage lighting structures. Shortly after, I realized that other performers or DJs would greatly benefit from the razzle and dazzle of my lighting structures, and thus Mad Muller Lighting was born.
~ Andrew Muller ~
Mad Muller is not a profit-driven business. I built these lights because I wanted to experiment and create something different than what I saw at local concerts and events. But this is really just the beginning, and lights don’t grow on trees. In fact, neither do:
- LED decoders
- LED strips
- PVC pipes
- PVC joints
- PVC glue
- hundreds of meters of wiring
- Art/Net Ethernet DMX interfaces
- Ethernet cables
- Zap straps
- Power Supplies
- …everything else needed to put together a structure
Every order, rental, or custom order, helps me to innovate more. Every order allows me to hire effective carpenters to do the structural logistics while I focus on innovating and doing electronics. I’m a terrible handyman, but I have a dream and I usually find that to be enough.
There will be a day when this is filled out with real content. But today…today is not that day, my friend.