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  1. Thanks Greg They are a challenge and add a considerable amount of time per mashup but a heck of a lot of fun. The good thing about this one, I didn't know all of the songs but Victor Lin takes the time to add the titles in his youtube page and even a step farther, as the video is playing. When the song changes he lists it on the scree. Makes it easy to google the lyrics and then read the lyrics to find the words.
  2. Newbie Questions/outdoor speaker

    Two ways to do it. First is an FM transmitter connected to the show computer or director (whichever it is that you use) and the receiver tuned to your FM channel. Second is to cable the output of the show computer or director to an AUX input on the receiver. Note that if you use the second method, unless the audio source and the receiver are fairly close together, ask me how to do it right and not end up with a lot of noise. If you just connect 200 feet of standard audio patch cable, it will work, but there is a pretty good chance of noise. I can teach you how to do it right (I have worked as a broadcast engineer where audio quality ranks right up there with God)! Correct. I assume you will have more than just one channel in use (you're just asking about one channel in this question).
  3. Would anyone have this one to share? If so may i grab a copy please? Thanks!! greg.wayne.smith@gmail.com
  4. Thanks JR. really appreciate it. SRoberts Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. Heathen 21 Pilots

    Thank You Sir!!
  6. Here's a way to make getting the MP3 better (and completely free). When you go to YouTube and search for the song, in the description is a link that says "Free Download". Click on that and it takes you to Victor Lin's facebook page. On that page, you will see the same video and below that is another link to download. It will take you to Mediafire (a cloud storage company) where the MP3 is available for free to download. I make no claims on the legality of that way though as I don't know if he secured the rights to use all those songs. Would love to have a copy of the faces as well! cswisher@kmwperformance.com Thanks in advance!! (I can't keep up with these *cough* older guys! haha)
  7. Now Sharing~ 2007-2014 Mashup 4 faces any holiday

    That was pretty darn cool JR. You are getting really good with the mashups. They flow perfectly into one another. I am amazed by the time you have on hand to all these. Nice job!
  8. SuperStar Sequencer License Question

    You mentioned that you wanted SS for the instant sequencer, I will guarantee that you will be highly disappointed with the instant sequencer as it is very generic and doesn't work all that great on a tree. However, once you get the hang of SS you can do a million things with it.
  9. Newbie Questions/outdoor speaker

    "I have worked as a broadcast engineer where audio quality ranks right up there with God)!" Too funny Jim JR
  10. SuperStar Sequencer License Question

    Somehow that does not make sense! You're willing to spend $1,400 to redo the tree, but not $199 for software that makes it run far better. You'll have to trust me with this one, but SuperStar is worth every penny. With that said, using it only for Instant Sequence is about like buying a Ferrari and only using it to drive to the mailbox at the end of your driveway. Yes, there is a learning curve to SuperStar (like almost ANY complex software), but worth the effort.
  11. as @mpageler said if you only have 16 channels you can still look at sequences with more channels and then copy paste channels that work with your layout. Here's some 32 ch sequences (not mine) https://www.dropbox.com/sh/eiyuksrshyvd3q7/AADJ6bYBiYN0OZSVFQ_awZ5Qa?dl=0 (link active till end of july)
  12. No way will other peoples 16 channel sequences, match up with your display elements. Get sequences with any number of channels, then learn how to copy/paste specific channels from shared sequences, that better match your elements. I have built some of my sequences, made up of parts from 4-5 shared sequences.
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