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Direct submaster chase

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Would it be pos to create a chase directly into a submaster, with out creating a memory 1st?

 

i.e. could work like this

 

Selected submaster> chase>(set levels) program>next step

 

I use the desk in 2 modes, Theatrical stack + the use the subs for rocknroll it would be nice to keep it separate

 

It would also be nice if when you transferred a memory to a sub, that a dialogue box appears confirming that its has been transferred..

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At the moment it is only possible to program channel data (generic/dimmer channels and fixture parameters) directly onto a submaster.

 

The only way to have a chase running from a submaster is to create a chase memory and then transfer it onto the submaster.

 

If you want to keep the submaster and playback x (memory stack) separate, you could try programming the memories you wish to use on the submasters at higher memory numbers (eg start at 900).

 

If you put a jump at the end of the normal memory stack back to the beginning then these additional memories won't affect the memory stack.

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Compared to the time required to program the actual chase, the additional time and key presses required to transfer the chase memory onto a submaster is probably quite minimal.

 

In the current software submasters can only contain a single set of channel/fixture data or a reference to a transferred memory.

 

To enable the user to program a chase directly onto a submaster would require a significant change to the internal data structures and user interfaces.

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