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Wanting to Record a Chase sequence.

 

Have referred to the manual many times.

The problem i am having is that once I record step one it takes a snap shot of that step and holds its output so that when I go to record step 2 it then takes a snap shot which has step one and step two. I need step two to be separate from step one so as to create a chase. Is it possible to do this. The only way I have been able to create a chase with the correct channel data I require is to edit the chase after I have recorded it. This is very time consuming as it requires going back into each step and taking out the channel data from the previous step.

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Hi,

 

The above suggestion is correct. If you do not want the brightness (HTP) outputs from the previously programmed step in the chase then you should keep the Playback X Master fader at zero while you are programming the chase.

 

However, when you want to run the chase to adjust the modifiers, you have to put the Playback X Master fader to full to see the HTP outputs.

 

Ref: The Frog Series Operating Manual - Issue 3 - Page 4-7.

 

Cheers, K-Nine.

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