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KAN

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About KAN

  • Birthday 06/05/1994

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  • Location
    Santa Rosa, California, ,
  • Biography
    Go to school at Piner!
  • Interests
    Cristmas lighting and stage/intelligent lighting
  • Occupation
    Uh.... Going to school?
  • About my display
    Hoping for LOR next year!
  1. KAN

    Hey Bill, watching you on TLC right now. You have a great show going! --KAN :D

  2. I've actually got a few of these... Wrong season though... I've got a spider one and a flag one, but the flag broke... --KAN
  3. KAN

    Deer herd

    I've got 6... Nothing compared to Bill's but, then again, I don't have 600+ channels... (or any this year, for that matter) PC Total:195
  4. Thanks for the quick reply! Will do! --KAN
  5. Hey everyone, looking for your help! Would you happen to know if Light O Rama has released a version of their sequencer for use on a Mac? I've searched high and low, but can't seem to find it... I'm thinking about going digital next year, and I've made the decision to go LOR. I can use my PC if I'm forced to, but it runs slowly, and I really don't want to trust it to run my (future) shows. Running shows from my Mac could possibly be a selling point, as it often is (for me). Thanks in advance! --KAN
  6. Oh, Thank you very much. I might very much follow what you you did but play operation and tap right into the mic input
  7. I need help with my idea! My plan is to use Garageband (yes, I run Mac...) to make an audio track with varying _________ (frequency or volume) utilizing both L &R channels and put it on an audio device such as an iPod. I would wire a transistor (but HOW????) for each channel with the voltage to be amplified from an 1/8" audio jack. The transistors would connect to either a 5 volt (or so) port or an Edison plug. My "flame" would either be an 110 volt C7 bulb or a flashlight bulb. What should I do??? This idea was originally designed for halloween, but if it happens I'll probably use it for Christmas too.
  8. Did anyone use these in their '07 diplay? If so any pictures? Thanks, KAN
  9. Did anyone use these in their '07 diplay? If so any pictures? Thanks, KAN
  10. tonyjmartin wrote: Isn't using DMX to set off pyro of any other "life threatening effect" (whatever that means) illegal? Also (LOL) I have Mighty Scans, just like the link! KAN
  11. tonyjmartin wrote: Isn't using DMX to set off pyro of any other "life threatening effect" (whatever that means) illegal? Also (LOL) I have Mighty Scans, just like the link! KAN
  12. BTW, there is a huge forums board on LOR here at http://lightorama.mywowbb.com/ Good luck, KAN
  13. BTW, there is a huge forums board on LOR here at http://lightorama.mywowbb.com/ Good luck, KAN
  14. Personally, I would download a FREE (Yes!) demo of the Light-O-Rama software(maybe other companies do this?),make a easy sequence with an animation (you'll figure it out) to show your wife not only how responsible you are about commiting, and to show her how good it looks ! If you do go with Light-O-Rama,(as somebody else mentioned) I would buy a basic 16 channel starter pack (software and cables)(oh yeah theCONTROLLER BOX!:laughing:) of LOR I because LOR is comming out with LOR II soon (it will be more expensive). Come Spring, LOR has its annual SALE(Yay!) on DIY products. I would then buy an EASY 16 channel kit (LOR I or LOR II,they are compatible with each other) BTW, the software in the LOR I gets a free upgrade to LOR II. Just my opinion! -KAN
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