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parallel playbacks - htp and/or ltp?

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Hi,

 

since the full manual is not yet published, we got some questions concerning playbacks and flx.

 

Imagine the following the situation:

Programmed Playback 1, Cue 1:

Some RGB-LED fixtures @ 100% intensity, Color: red

 

Programmed Playback 2, Cue1:

The exact same RGB-LED fixtures @ 100% intensity, Color: blue

 

Sliding Fader 1 up to full, running Playback 1, Cue 1 we see the fixtures light up in red light, just as we expect.

Now, touching Fader 2 und sliding up to full running Playback 2, Cue1, what is the result? (note: Fader 1 running Playback 1 Cue 1 is untouched at full output)

 

a ) HTP-merge of the output: red and blue combines to magenta

b ) LTP-merge of the output: the fixtures become blue

c ) Nothing happens since playback 1 is not released

d ) something different?

 

Thanks very much.

 

Best regards

Mathias

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Hi Mathias,

 

If you do exactly what you've written, you'll get B - the fixture will become blue.

However, if you'd prefer A, this page shows you how to make RGB Submasters on our other ZerOS consoles.

http://www.zero88.com/support/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/585/

 

Doing it on FLX is very similar... the only slight difference is you go into the Stack Setting and change the "Fader Controls" there:

 

Fader Control.png

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Hi Jon,

 

How do you handle the "untagging" of parameters on the FLX? Is it still holding "Clear" and touching the encoder? I thought I tried that when I was used it the other day, but if I recall it didn't seem to do anything? Perhaps there was another setting I needed to change?

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Holding clear and moving the encoder should work, but you can also just "tap" the parameter on the touch screen to tag and untag it:

 

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