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Hi there,

bit of a newbie to using the Fat Frog desk, but i need help ready for august :)

The theatre which i will be doing the lighting has 8 moving heads (4 Mac 250+ , 4 Robe Spot 250CT)

How would i be able to eg: Program a search like scene on the stage? but for step 1, make the lighting move into their positions by pressing the GO button.

 

 

Sorry but i have no experience on these desks

 

 

 

Alex :)

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hey there alex

 

once you have the movers running on the desk and have controll of them , the best thing i can sujjest is that you select the fixtures you want to use for the search light scene , then leave them open white , no gobo or colour , then press the position button or the wheel group button till you see

 

Effect Size X Size Y

 

 

that will allow you to make shapes with the beams e.g. figure of 8 triangle circle

 

set the sizes to what ever you wish , then press position or wheel group again and you can set the speed and offset ,so they either do or dont move in sync

 

 

save that as a memory then program the postion you want straight after and take of the ltp fade time , and set postion to snap and then save that as the memory after

 

example

 

Memory 1 : seachlights , movers making shapes

memory 2 : snap to position

 

 

i hope that helps ,

 

best of luck and hope i can help you more :)

 

fellow frog newbie

Sam :)

 

one other thing alex ,

 

had a flick through the forums

 

you might find this usefull

 

http://www.aux99.co.uk/blue-room/Copy%20of...gram%20V2.5.ppt

 

its a training presentation on the fat frog ,

 

aka a get you started guide

 

hope it helps

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