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RobertB last won the day on May 20 2016

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About RobertB

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  • Birthday 03/17/1963

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  • Location
    Fayetteville, GA
  • Biography
    Robert Burton
    Love Christmas Lights!
    Excited about getting into the "Computerized Christmas Light World"!
  • Interests
    Ham Radio (KD4YDC)
    Building "Electronic Stuff"
    Music - Main instrument; Trumpet and guitar
  • Occupation
    Band Director
  • About my display
    Updated 12/30/10 - It has been a great season. A lot of great feedback both here on the board and from friends / family. This season I had 128 channels and 28,000 lights. I used Rainbow Floods and Spots in my display as well. I really hope to do more "washing" with more floods this coming season. I hope to start converting more over to LED's as MONEY permits. I also would like to dabble into the DMX world as well. Time will only tell.

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  1. Nice job. I may have to do those charts next year.
  2. Well they pulled the video. I have re-uploaded it to Vimeo
  3. This comes from a REALLY neat CD called "Cool Yule" by the Airmen of Note. This is the U.S. Air Force Jazz Band. Really neat FREE CD that most charts are a mix of ONE classic Jazz chart with ONE classic Christmas chart. Jing,Jing,Jing is a take off of Jingle Bells and Sing,Sing,Sing. This was one of my favorites to sequence. LOT of hit points to work with. I made a projection video I show with this chart located here. What is fun is when some of our elderly guest or "Jazzers" come and see the projection video. They say "that's Gene Krupa! I told them I wanted to be authentic with the video as
  4. Oh that is soooo neat. Somebody needs to share that with the national news outlets. That is just plain cool. Good for you and yes great display. Sure like your pixel tree.
  5. Nice sequencing! Would love to know what you used for your effects on pixel tree.
  6. Chuck I am honored for that comment. Your the reason why and how I got into the this hobby. Just made my Christmas! Thanks and Merry Christmas. Robert
  7. This was from our 2015 show. www.facebook.com/BurtonChristmasLights www.burtonchristmaslights.tk
  8. This is one of the songs from our 2015 Halloween Show. https://www.facebook.com/BurtonChristmasLights/ http://burtonchristmaslights.tk/
  9. How can you test the trigger coil to see if it is bad. Have several I would like to fix. Know the tube needs replacing. Just don't want to unsolder everything not know what else needs replacing.
  10. This is a part of our 2014 display featuring various dmx, Holidaycoro (http://www.HolidayCoro.com), Sandevices and Light O Rama equipment. We have a mix of RGB, incandescent, LED lights along with DIY flood and spot lights from Seasonal Entertainment (http://www.seasonalentertainmentllc.com/). Like us on Facebook at Burton Christmas Lights and visit our webpage at www.burtonchristmaslights.weebly.com.
  11. This is one of the songs from our Halloween Display this year. Check out our Facebook page at Burton Christmas Lights and our website at www.burtonchristmaslights.tk
  12. I hope others read these post when they see the video. Chuck you especially. Everyone needs to go look at the facebook site. Then look through the photo album. THIS is what all of us "Enthusiast" need to use as an example for future events. Not only a block party for their city, but large food spread with tables for everyone, jump house stuff for the kids, pumpkin decorating contest, dance party for the kids and even Santa.... at Halloween! Brilliant just Brilliant. You need to do a write up on all the events of that day. I think something that we all need to consider for "Neighbor Relations".
  13. Nice programming! This would be a good video to show newbies that you don't have to just "Flash" all the time. Nice and simple and just well sequenced. What kind of strobes did you use? Congrats!
  14. Ok, Put my two cents worth in. Most of us PINCH the pennies for our displays. I was running a HP laptop, with a busted display. Can't remember specs on it but it was a Pavillion and one of those "Entertainment" jobbies with about 4 gig of ram. Worked great. Some reason....got blue screen of death several times. That scared me since it was right at the end of November when it happened. Had already ran my Halloween show with no issues. Sooooo, because of the season already started....my Christmas light budget already depleted, I bought a cheap Asus, 4gig of ram....maybe a 250gig drive. Had Wi
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