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Carl Ehrhardt

use a Submaster as Master for some chanels

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It would be usful to get the possibility to configurate a submaster as master for some chanels (eg all lights in front of the maincurain). then it is easy to make a blackout without the whole stage is dark.

 

Greatings

 

carl Ehrhardt

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It is possible to program channel data directly onto a submaster. For example:

[Channel 1] [Thru] [10] [On] [save As ...] [submaster] [1.1] [Enter]

 

Is this the function you were looking for :?:

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Sounds like Carl is looking for an inhibitive submaster (working in reverse). I would have to agree. In your example K-Nine, channels 1 thru 10 would be at zero (unless captured as a captured channel 8) ) unless the submaster inhibiting them was placed at full (or any point in between). This is useful for many reasons especially in situations as described by Carl as well as with ML's. This would be a submaster type.

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No problem, but the above post from K-Nine is a reference number regarding the review of the suggested feature "inhibitive submaster". Currently the Illusion 500 does not have the provision for such a submaster.

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