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EmmaArmy

Stairville 240/8 CW / WW

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Hello all,

Would anyone be able to check the fixture profile I had a go at making for the Stairville 240/8 LED bar CW / WW please?

I'm completely new to Zero 88 - used to ETC so in a bit of a head mash to be honest.  The LED bar has 8 segments of cold white and warm white LEDS and therefore 16 channels.  I'd like to programme it in various chase forms which will match the sound of a vocals kind of like a db meter on a sound desk so sometimes I will want 1 segment then 5, then 8, then 2 then 3 then 8 and so on.

 

Can't really decide the best way of doing this but had a go at creating the fixture library putting each segment and colour in to a parameter and labelling them as colour.  I'm going to be using a FLX s24 desk - just on the offline editor on my laptop at the moment to try to get to grips with it before tech week in 12 days time. The thing is- I then patched the fixture in as channel one - all fine - select it and the 4 wheels become segment 1 CW, Segment 1 WW, segment 2 CW, Segment 2 WW and that's it because theres only 4 wheels! Is there a way of getting the other parameters?  It says there are no colour palettes and gives some effects but none I can select.

 

Apologies for the probably obvious questions - thank you in advance for any help you can give!

 

Emma.

 

Link to product manual:  https://images.static-thomann.de/pics/atg/atgdata/document/manual/402214_c_402214_r3_en_online.pdf

 

stairville 240 8 cwww.ift

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Hi Emma,

Feel free to send an email to FixtureSupport@zero88.com, where one of the team will be able to take a look at the fixture file for you. This will also allow us to add it to our next Fixture Library Release. 

If you are keen to regularly run chases across the fixture, you may be best to patch each segment as a different warm and cool white fixture. Selecting all fixtures in one go will allow you to easily run intensity effects across it. However if you are getting near your fixture limit, you may not be able to do this. 

Regarding accessing extra parameters, this is simply done by tapping the Attrbute tab again. So for colour to access the next 4 parameters, tap the Colour tab again to page through. 

Auto Colour palettes and auto colour effects will only work for a fixture with full colour mixing (RGB, CMY), and therefore these won’t be available for just and warm and cool source. 

Hope that helps,

Edward

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