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  1. Just wondering if there are ever any get togethers scheduled in the New England area? I see a bunch all over the country but never see anything up here and was curious as I'd love to learn and share experiences with others in the area.
  2. timing

    While entertaining the idea of changing the sequence to the length of the audio, it makes me wonder if the sequence was actually created around another audio that was edited to a shorter length, or a different version of the audio all together. If you have a borrowed sequence created from another individual and it's complete, chances are the creator of that sequence had a shorter version of the audio for the sequence. Extending the sequence length to match a longer audio won't fix your problem if this is the case. Going from 3.41 down to 2.32 is more than 25% shorter so you have to wonder if you even have the right audio to match the sequence. The audio could have many edits through out to make it shorter. If the sequence you have matches the audio beat for beat all the way through 2.32 but the audio isn't over, then the sequence isn't complete. Sounds like you need to find the audio that the sequence was made for IMHO. Tom
  3. Tennessee Fall Mini

    Count me in. I'll be there on Friday. Anyone looking to go out for diner?
  4. Most annoying thing to program?

    I won't sequence it. Let's give it to Mikey. He'll sequence anything.
  5. Another Newbie

    I guess your lights that have a built in controller are different than ours. As I can use a strand of lights with a controller that holds the setting in any position I want, but I can only use the CTBPC16's channels as FULL ON or FULL OFF. But I can control light strands that have their own controller built onto them, been doing it for years. Figured your lights would still feed in 240vac at the power plug from the built in controller and the controller built onto the light strand would convert the voltage internally to the proper volts to run the lights/L.E.D.'s safely. And if that's the way they do work, then they should be controllable via the CTB16PC if set to use 240VAC mode as long as the strands are run only full on/full off. I know mine have a 120VAC input in the US, then the controller steps down the voltages to run the strand at the correct voltage. Would have thought 240VAC countries would have worked the same way, or do you have to have wiring put in to use those built in controllers on a light strand because they don't run straight off a standard 240VAC outlet in your country? Which to me would sound a little strange.
  6. West's 2015 Rock'n Haunted Castle

    As it seems, there is a lot of folks that have gotten to busy to post on the forum. I am of the guilty ones. I had posted a few things right after Halloween but as usual, YouTube pulls the plug claiming copyright infringements. Bummer. I want to say that the first year at Buda to pull off a display was difficult. New job and new house. Things are not much easier for 2016. Company sold, and back in a new job. But, I have my sights on a new display for 2016 and I have already begun working on updating sequences and building new props. New postings to come for 2016. I wanted to recap a great first year in Buda and the meeting a lot of new and nice people. A look back at 2015! https://vimeo.com/144187379 - Awaken the Dragon https://vimeo.com/144185830 - Addams's Family https://vimeo.com/144152025 - Ghost's Busters https://vimeo.com/144143307 - Thriller https://vimeo.com/143910063 - Crazy Train https://vimeo.com/143770035 - The Ripper https://vimeo.com/143763851 - Bark at the Moon Looking forward to 2016 Halloween!
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