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Programing in the stack

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Hi i may be wrong here but ill have a go....im an avo user more than anything but am using a fat frod in the stack and once you have programed a scene and you want to adapt it on the avo desk if you push up the fader of light you want to get rid of and then push it down and it clears it from that program and you just re-program that cue.....really helpfull idea. And the same with the fixtures.

 

As i said i may be wrong and could have missed something on the desk but if not some really handy ideas

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To remove a light from a recorded memory, the quickest way is to select the memory and press EDIT. You can then move the fader with the flashbutton beneath it held down (ensure you have the correct page selected) up to the level the channel is at. Once you reach that level, you can toggle the fader up or down to its new level. Once the new level is reached, release the flashbutton and press EDIT - the desk will ask if you wish to save changes, and then the memory will be re-recorded.

 

Hope this helps

 

 

 

Peter

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With moving lights, once Edit is active, you just make any changes that are necessary and then update. The intensity can be wheeled down as normal. Remember to check the tag status, if this is relevant (partial mode active) before pressing Edit to update the memory.

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