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Adding chases in cue stack

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Hi attended course the other day showed how to do this but lost the plot now. Have set up chase on playback fade 1 and want to incorporate it on cue 3 in cue stack. Could you give me an idiots run through of procedure please. Sorry to be a pain

Peter

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Hi Peter,

Hope you're well.

Firstly, make sure you're viewing your cue stack on the Master Playback. You can do this by holding VIEW and tapping the Master Playback's GO button. Then, tap the Settings button on the far right of cue 3. Then tap Macros... -> Trigger Cue Stacks ->, and tap the flashing playback button of your pre-programmed chase. Press OK on the Macros window, and OK the Settings window. Now, when you go into cue 3 on the Master Playback, you chase will fade in using cue 3's fade up time.

If you then want your chase to fade out when you go into cue 4, you'll need to go into the settings of cue 4, tap Macros... -> Release Cue Stacks -> and again tap your chase's button. Click ok again, and now when you go into cue 4, your chase will fade out over the fade down time of the cue.

Hope that helps, any queries let me know.

Edward

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Setup plus fader button probably. 

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Hi Pete,

Yes Kevin’s correct. Each Playback has its own configurations available. To enter a Playback’s Settings, hold SETUP + tap your playback’s button. In here you have Intensity Mixing and Fader function options. 

Hope that helps,

Edward

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Hi Peter, 

To stop a playback triggering and going to cue 1 when you push its fader up, in the Playback Settings go to Raise & Lower, and disable Trigger on Raise. Similarly, to stop the playback releasing and resetting back to cue 1 when you lower the fader, disable Release on Lower. If you then need to manually release the playback, hold CLEAR and tap its button. 

Hope that helps

Edward 

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