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niknak

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i have been experimenting with the fat frog and has been trying for the longest while to program a chase...i got the scene mode down but the chase is a mystery to me.. i follow the instruction on the manual and still it would not respond..i am not trying the chase with the moving lights, i am trying the chase with source four pars.. and still..and also with the tagged fixtures the lights won't come come on because i am not plugging in the moving lights...so please help me if u can!!!!! :P

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OK, here is a basic set of instructions for how to program a chase.

 

1. Go to a blank memory (anyone which fade times are only displayed when highlighted)

 

2. Hold Down Memory Type button to the right of the central LCD screen.

 

3. Set up the first state in the chase as you want it, ensure that if you are including generic the A/ B Masters are up and the Grand Master is up no matter what. Once you have set it up tag the fixtures you want to include.

 

4. Hit the red PROGRAM button.

 

5. Set up the next state and continue... until you have done all the states you want in the chase

 

6. Then with the arrow keys on the desk move down and set the modifiers; direction (>, < or <>), attack (/ etc.) and Speed.

 

7. Choose if you want the LTP parameters (Colour, Position and Beamshape) to snap or fade.

 

8. Select [FINISH] and you're done!

 

HTH

 

Sam

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