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Live Adjustment of Chase Modifiers (Version 9)

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Live Adjustment of Chase Modifiers

 

It is now possible to adjust the modifiers (Direction, Attack, Colour Action, Beamshape Action, Position Action, Drive and Speed) of chases running on the Playback X, Submasters or SX Buttons either globally or individually.

 

Any live adjustments that are made to chases are temporary changes and will not change the programmed values of the modifiers in the memories themselves.

 

Global Adjustment of Chase Modifiers

 

Global adjustment of chase modifiers will affect all the chases that are currently running on the Playback X, Submasters and SX Buttons.

 

Use the Direction, Attack, Drive and Speed controls on the front panel to adjust the corresponding modifier.

 

To adjust the Colour, Beamshape or Position action modifier - press and hold the corresponding attribute button and then press the Attack button to set to snap or fade.

 

Individual Adjustment of Chase Modifiers

 

Individual adjustment of chase modifiers will affect only the selected chases running on the Playback X, Submasters and SX Buttons.

 

To enter individual live adjustment mode press F3.

 

Select the chase(s) to adjust as follows:

 

  • To select the current memory on the playback X press the Memories button.

 

To select a submaster, press the Submaster button and then the corresponding Submaster Flash button.

 

To select an SX button, press the SX button and then the corresponding SX Selection button.

Adjust chase modifiers as required - see global adjustment.

 

To exit live adjustment mode - press the F3 button.

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