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Any method to assign modifiers of a chaser permanent to that chaser, to have them 'locked' and hence fixed within a submaster?

When running two (2) or more (>2) chasers at the same time, all (read: ALL) chasers are affected when even touching a modifier: all chasers get these identical modifiers (speed incl.). This is the so called live control?

And when the desk is fired up, it should start a chaser in the desired/selected modifier-state, and not a default idiot state.

For now, I've stopped using chasers on this desk, but not on a, ahem, older desk, due to these annoyances.

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When chases are run they will run according to the modifiers that were programmed into them.

 

Adjusting chase modifiers live can be done for all chases running or individually selected chases. See Release notes for version 9 software or latest manual for details.

 

Live modification of chases was one of the functions that several people had asked for and so we added it into version 9.

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All right, set the modifiers BEFORE programming the first step!!!

Modifiers are set for the complete chaser, not for an individual step.

 

But this live editting... synchro respons!

Selecting the to-be-live-modified submaster with its select/assign/flash/whatever button would be prefferable to me.

 

K9: your answer below and my edit happened at the same moment.

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Taken from the release notes ...

 

Any live adjustments that are made to chases are temporary changes and will not change the programmed values of the modifiers in the memories themselves.

 

If you wish to permanently change the programmed modifiers of a chase you have to edit the chase and save the changes.

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