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Happy Thanksgiving! Wanted to get that in first. To save time programming (sequencing) this year, I have three (3) LOR CCB controllers, one older 5v and two new 12v pixie2's, in my show with the same ID number. On the left side of my display, a row of 100 from left to right orientation. On the right side of my display, a row of 100 from right to left orientation. and in the middle, two 18 foot arches with 50 bulbs per arch. All bulbs are mounted on those Holiday Coro bulb strips then zip tied on a low fence (except the arches). All work well together and look like three different elements all with the same ID. In the HU of LOR S4.3.36, only one Pixie controller shows up, but they all test fine. Just thought you might want to know about adding elements without any sequence adjustments. Now get those shows going! Ross
I'm looking for some help with updating my sequence files for 2017. I added a few new elements (8 channels of blue LEDs to my mega tree; two more snowflakes on the house; a second color of lights to a tree) and I am looking for someone to sequence these elements into the display. Unfortunately, time got away from me and the person I originally hired is MIA. All of the sequence files are updated with the new channels - they just need to be filled in. If your interested, please PM me with your rates and we can go from there.
All, Just wrote a blog post that I've been thinking about for a while. http://www.greenlakechristmas.com/2011/09/27/synchronizing-lights-to-music-part-2/ First, there's a Part 1 that you can read if you like, but Part 2 is much more interesting. And, what started out as a conversation about sequencing, turned into something different. Definitely not a tutorial. Anyway, interested in feedback if you have a few minutes. cheers, Jeffro
Spent a couple hours this weekend playing with SuperStar's autosequencer. I don't have any RGB lights (yet) and was told SuperStar would autosequence regular lights. The video below shows that you can have a sequence up and running in less than 5 minutes. Video of process of auto-sequencing a song: The finished product: