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About boisechris

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    I'm interested in RGB and animating my Christmas display
  • How I learned about Light-O-Rama -
    Saw a few shows...then web search.
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  1. Wow! What a nice compliment Al! I'm glad you enjoyed those. I always feel like I have to pay special attention to sequences done to religious songs. Thanks Chris
  2. Thanks for the catch BYRG. Sometimes we miss things. Chris
  3. BYRG, I originally sequenced that for a 24 matrix. The spacing is tight and his body has no male parts, but does have a belly button. When I converted it to the CCR, because of spacing I guess Mr happy made an appearance...haha... oops! Will be on that first thing in the morning, but you let me know if you want me to keep one for you un-touched...hahaha Chris
  4. I may know how to? example... this is usually smoother but was run through sequence editor rather than through show....
  5. Team Holiday has had a very very busy year so far! I hope that everyone is enjoying our new sequences and RGB products we have been rolling out. Robert has been working tirelessly to make sure the holiday lighting community had a wonderful choice of QUALITY SEQUENCES, great equipment and new innovative props.... I think He's holding out though........ I know that I've seen pictures and video of a Starburt prop......... Drum roll please.................................................................. Robert? Hahahahahah, Chris
  6. I would like 3 - LOR CMB24D please Chris
  7. Buahahaha
  8. Thanks Jeff! Have at it.. hahaha. I made myself crazy enough in Superstar. A Pixel tree just seems like a funky shape for a Halloween sequence IMHO. We are working really hard to make these happen on a Hi-Def type prop, that's affordable. I know that you of all ppl know how much work goes into these things. I think I spend an average of 40 hours or more on a sequence Tree or Matrix, but I may be slow,, hahahah... Ok.. back to the current project.................. Cheers, Chris
  9. Was made entirely in Superstar. Pure LOR?
  10. NVM Jerry.. I get what you were saying.. convert the prop..dohhhh
  11. Jerry... Convert it to a 24 string matrix? It is already a 24 x 50 matrix. Thanks Jeff! It was a fun one to make. Thanks, Chris
  12. Thanks Deb! Actually, get with Robert on what you need. We will have the thick coro board, controller etc... and it will be best with nodes. OK.... working on the next one right now.....
  13. Hey Andy! Glad you are enjoying the sequences. I can only take credit for the last one..Toby Keith. Dave did an awesome job on all the others. Chris
  14. thechristmastroy.... ? That's what we make.. LOR CCR sequences and Pixel sequences...
  15. I'm sorry, I didn't mean to confuse you. The controller from Holiday Coro is a E1:31 pixel controller. It is plugged into your ethernet port. It is not a light o rama controller which has macro channels and such. Yes.. It will work in your light o rama show. Your other controllers will be connected through your usb ports and the 485 dongle from LOR. What you want to order is the pixel sequences. Yes again you can buy non pixel based sequences and just copy and paste everything except for the macro channels. Doesn't take much time to do that. The Pixel tree will be setup on your sequence editor "Master Sequence Template". Steep learning curve and lots of great ppl to help you out. Chris thanks Ron..didn't see your reply