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Philip Dixon

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Hello again,

I hope I'm allowed two questions in 1 day...

We covered it at the training course, but it's been a while, and I've simply forgotten.

How do I create a chase sequence, and then allocate it to cue on stack 0?

Regards,

Philip

 

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Hi Philip,

14 minutes ago, Philip Dixon said:

I hope I'm allowed two questions in 1 day...

Of course!

15 minutes ago, Philip Dixon said:

How do I create a chase sequence, and then allocate it to cue on stack 0?

To do this, firstly program your chase sequence to any empty playback. Then, view your Master Playback (if you aren't already hold MEMORIES and tap the Master Playback's GO button), and tap the Settings button of the cue you would like your chase to start running in. From the Settings window tap Macros..., and then tap Trigger Cue Stacks. All of your programmed playbacks will start to flash, where you can then tap your chase's button that you would like to trigger. Then OK the Macros window, and OK the Settings window. Now when you go into this cue, as well as the cue running, the chase will fade in over the cue fade times too.

If you would like the chase to turn off in the next cue in the Master Playback, tap the Settings button of the next cue. Repeat the same process as above, however in the Macros window choose the Release Cue stacks option. 

Hope this helps,

Edward

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