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  1. Plan your display very carefully. Determine what you need to buy and how much it will cost. Price things out and set a budget. Then triple the budget. -Scott
  2. Continue The Story In 3 Words...

    state of shock
  3. Editing Delay

    44100 KHz which is the normal sample rate for CDs. Sounds like it is an un-compressed WAV file.
  4. My only advice would be to learn as much as you can about the diy side of the hobby. The more you can do yourself, the more lights you can buy for the same amount of money. This is ESPECIALLY true with DMX/RGB pixel stuff...
  5. Don't ever tell the wife how much you are spending on this hobby.
  6. buy an extention cording company before you buy your first light up anything. Drew
  7. Create your props with the idea of quick setup, fast take-down and easy storage. Start early. Depending on the type of show and size, you can actually start thinking about next year when you go live this year. Learn the right way to do something before you try to do it. Order early to avoid backups at crunch time. Be methodical with your sequencing. Take your time the first go around and there will be less tweaking later. Double check all solder connections on DIY toys prior to powering up. (less chance of letting out the secret smoke that's in all electronics)
  8. What's the one great idea you'd share with a Newbie?

    Don't get it in your head that it's a good idea to trim a bush after stringing lights in it.