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Overlapping Prism and Gobo Effects

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When Using Robe 600 spots on Orb XF Desk, How do you record the separate beam-shape perimeters so you can overlap prism and gobos. So when removing a gobo, it keeps the prism effect or visa versa? (This is using the beam shape pallets)

 

Thanks,

 

Harry

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Hi Harry,

 

To make sure your parameters are kept separate you need to make sure only the parameters you want recorded into your palettes are "Tagged".

Parameters are tagged automatically when you adjust the encoders. To "Untag" parameters hold CLEAR + Jog the parameters' encoder wheel. You will notice it will go from having a White background to a blue background in the LCD above the encoder.

 

Therefore you will need to record your Gobo position palette, and then untag the Gobo encoder, and then record your prism encoder. These will now be separated, and you can then make a separate palette for both of these with the Gobo/ Prism parameters back to default.

 

This would mean you have a palette for Gobo In, one for Gobo Out, one for Prism In, one for Prism Out.

 

Hope that helps

Edward

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Hi Harry,

 

To make sure your parameters are kept separate you need to make sure only the parameters you want recorded into your palettes are "Tagged".

Parameters are tagged automatically when you adjust the encoders. To "Untag" parameters hold CLEAR + Jog the parameters' encoder wheel. You will notice it will go from having a White background to a blue background in the LCD above the encoder.

 

Therefore you will need to record your Gobo position palette, and then untag the Gobo encoder, and then record your prism encoder. These will now be separated, and you can then make a separate palette for both of these with the Gobo/ Prism parameters back to default.

 

This would mean you have a palette for Gobo In, one for Gobo Out, one for Prism In, one for Prism Out.

 

Hope that helps

Edward

 

Edward,

 

Awesome help! Thank you very much. Made my life a lot easier :)

 

Thanks,

 

Harry

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