Aria Lights was started by a musician who noticed that the stand light bulbs seemed to dim in an unusually short amount of time and therefore they needed replacement before they burned out. And he was amazed that 40 watts of power still couldn’t illuminate the whole page but certainly made the light hot. Luckily, he also happened to be an electrical engineer…
Using computer ray-tracing techniques, he came up with an ingenious geometry for light-emitting diodes (LEDs) which provided the most even light across two pages of music. The first Aria Light was born. The result is a completely new type of light that lasts 40 years, is kind to the environment, and delivers nearly perfect light on the page.
Today Aria Lights are used in Broadway musical pits, LA recording studios, world-class symphony orchestras, schools, chamber quartets, bands, and by gigging musicians throughout North America. Aria Lights have become the standard by which other music stand lights are measured.