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Hey!

Is it possible to create a colour effect using two colour pallettes?

I saw that there are already some colour fades in the console, such as between blue and white, however I want to make my own between warm white and pink. Is this possible, and if so how do I go about it?

Kind Regards,

Joel

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On FLX S I suspect you will need to devise a chase. On FLX we can use Effect Waveform for this. 
 

In theory for FLX S you could use Phantom ZerOS in FLX mode, use waveform to create your Effect, programme a palette, save the showfile then load into FLX S. Once in FLX S you can use this palette although you won’t be able to modify the effect once in the desk. 
 

Edward will no doubt have better ideas!

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Hi Joel,

On FLX S consoles, you are limited to using and modifying the existing Colour Effects, and cannot create your own. You could however use the Red Fade effect, and then reduce the levels of blue and green accordingly. This could get you near the colours you’re after.

Alternatively if you want to use existing colour palettes for the effect, as Kevin suggests you could go down the route of programming a chase onto a playback which changes the colours of your fixtures. 

1 hour ago, kgallen said:

In theory for FLX S you could use Phantom ZerOS in FLX mode, use waveform to create your Effect, programme a palette, save the showfile then load into FLX S. Once in FLX S you can use this palette although you won’t be able to modify the effect once in the desk. 

Exactly right, however as you won’t have any physical fixtures connected whilst programming the effect, it could be difficult to get the colours right. 

Edward

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