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Hello everybody.


A question:


Why do I have to put my submaster to LTP trig level 0%, is it not enough to have the desk in partial mode?


What happens is; if when I for an ex. have scrollers or moving heads programmed to a sub and I change a LTP function, the next time I take the sub from 0% to 100% the LTP function goes back to zero (home) again.


Thanks in advice!

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I am not quite sure what you are asking for here ... do you want to trigger the LTP data on the submaster or not ?


If you don't want it to trigger any LTP's then when you record the data directly onto the sub or record a memory which is later transferred to a sub, you just record the HTP data (generic channels and fixture brightness parameters). To do this ensure that all fixtures are untagged when you hit record.


If you have LTP data recorded on the sub, then that data will be triggered each time the submaster is raised above the LTP Trigger level.

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