Gobo

A metal plate with a pattern punched out of it and placed in the gate of a profile spot to produce an image or outline on stage.
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Gobo

(Arctium) This European biennial is commonly known as the Great Burdock or Gobo. It has large, rough foliage and grows quite large. It is grown mainly for its long, light brown root and is commonly cultivated in the Orient. Burdock takes up a lot of space, much more than Rhubarb, and may become a weed if not controlled.…
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Gobo

[recording] Gobo is a slang term used by sound recording engineers to refer to a movable acoustic isolation panel. An acoustics gobo is parallel in use to a photography gobo, which is used to block direct light sources, and also shares its name with the stage lighting gobo. The origin of the term `gobo” is obscure, but is most likely shor...
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Gobo

A gobo is a shield placed around a microphone to exclude unwanted sounds, or an opaque (often black) screen placed around a camera lens, television lens, etc., to reduce the incident light or to provide local shadow.
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Gobo

A grip head or 'C' stand head used as a clamping device for holding other equipment. (Grip)
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Gobo

A metal cutout used in ellipsoidal reflector spotlights that projects an image on stage. Also called template.
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Gobo

A piece of metal or glass, which fits into the gate of a profile spot (qv) and projects a pattern onto the set. Gobos can be very complex. They are first fitted into a gobo holder. Holders vary in size (each type of lantern requires a different size), although the gobos themselves are of a standard size. Most basic gobos are made of metal but very ...
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Gobo

A piece of metal or glass, which fits into the gate of a profile spot (qv) and projects a pattern onto the set. Gobos can be very complex. They are first fitted into a gobo holder. Holders vary in size (each type of lantern requires a different size), although the gobos themselves are of a standard size. Most basic gobos are made of metal but very ...
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Gobo

Long, slender burdock root
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Gobo

See 'Baffle'.
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