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Yves

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is it possible to assign for example colors on a submaster so when you move a sub upwards it doesn't dim but the colors change.

for example like on the SGM Pilot 2000.

 

If it's possible, how do I have to do that?

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Hi Yves

Yes, but only one color change is possible ...

You have to press and hold colour button while program your submaster the only thing stored is the colour change of selected fixtures.

 

Have luck

 

Sebastian

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I knew that one, but when you could change color, gobo etc. with the subs it would be easier and faster on a live performance.

maybe something to include in one of the next versions of software. :lol:

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Hi Yves,

As K-Nine said elsewhere in this forum. You can´t alter a LTP value via a submaster only stored values are called by the submaster if it is raised to 5% (partial desk mode) with original setup settings of the desk ...

Maybe it helps to make your own fixturefile exchange colour and brightness then voilá you can alternate the colors by using a sub... but then your dimmer values dosn´t work like before worth to say this is bullsh**

 

Greets

 

Sebastian

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I normally program colours etc on the FX-buttons, becouse it's easy to select them that way. 8)

but sometimes I use more fixtures and then I don't have enough buttons to put all of the colours on it. :(

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Hi Yves,

I put the basic colours of all fixtures on the colour pallettes, have say

P1= open P2=red P3=purple P4=blue P5=yellow and so on

then you need only 16 pallettes with colour scrolling fast and slow.

Now if all colours are stored then it´s easy to recall it afterwards.

 

Try it and tell me your opinon on that...

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