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Use of Playbacks with random access during a cue stack playback

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I have a number of random accessible ‘playback’ set up but can’t use them with the memory fader sent to max. I need access to flashes etc while running through a cue stack. I would be very greatful for any advise, please.

Many thanks

 

wildswan

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Hi wildswan,

Could you expand a little on what you are trying to achieve?

I'm guessing you have some playbacks containing single cues acting as your random access playbacks, that whilst playing back your Master Playback at full you wish to flash over the top? By default, you should be able to raise your playback faders or flash them, and intensity will be mixed with your Master Playback with HTP (Highest Takes Precedence) behaviour, and any other attributes will mix LTP (Latest Takes Precedence). If you are seeing nothing happening on stage when you raise the fader or flash the playback and its settings haven't been changed, this may be because the lighting state contained in your playbacks is already on stage coming from your Master Playback. 

Feel free to send me a copy of your show file, along with a description of which cues and playbacks aren't working as expected for you, and I'll take a look to see what's going on.

Any queries let me know,

Edward

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