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BluMan

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About BluMan

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Plainfield Indiana
  • Occupation
    IT

More About Me

  • Interests
    Video Games, Lighting and Sound!
  • How I learned about Light-O-Rama -
    Light shows
  • Favorite Decorating Holiday?
    Halloween

LOR Software

  • LOR Software Version
    4.3.18
  • License Level
    Pro

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  1. If that's your first sequence then all I can say it WOW!! You must have played around with the software for a long time to get some of those animations working on the pixel tree. How big is your pixel tree anyways? I'm impressed. Wish this was in a different forum (hint hint).
  2. Thriller faces and Pixel

    I would love a copy of each as well. cswisher@kmwperformance.com just amazing how quickly.
  3. Xmas Rhapsody

    Yeah, if your digging this up, I would love a copy as well. cswisher@kmwperformance.com THanks!!
  4. A gift to everyone. A Mashup Sequence

    Really nice. Everytime I think I'm getting a handle on this show thing, I see these videos and then realize I'm still wearing diapers when it comes to my abilities to put on a great show.
  5. Heathen 21 Pilots

    How'd I miss this one? Would love a copy as well. cswisher@kmwperformance.com Thanks in advance!!
  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. ABBA - Happy New Year- Singing Faces

    I get back from vacation and now it's catch up time! Would love a copy cswisher@kmwperformance.com
  8. Gene Autry - Here Comes Santa Claus

    Wow! Looks nice...may I have a copy if your willing to share? cswisher@kmwperformance.com Thanks in advance
  9. Now Sharing ~ Smokin~ Boston singing faces

    James, I'm a sucker for the SUP! Ha! cswisher@kmwperformance.com You're a machine!
  10. Now Sharing ~ Smokin~ Boston singing faces

    Well, two of the best guys in the business does it, I would also love to have it. cswisher@kmwperformance.com Thanks!
  11. Dazz Band - Let it Whip 16x50 Pixel

    Sent! Yes, I believe it will work as the LMS file. Maybe someone else can verify.
  12. Ok, this is my first Superstar sequence that I've created for one of my favorite songs. This community has helped me so much that I wanted to give a little something back. The sequence is based off the song "Let it Whip" from the album "20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection: The Best of the Dazz Band". I will not include the audio file as that's them rules. I have to give a huge shout out to James Morris for helping me with some of the sequencing pieces and dibblejr for being there for me as I tried to get my lights working. It's people like them that make this community great. Anyways, let me know if you are interested. Hope you like it! I'll send both LMS and SUP files.
  13. Thanks Don! I figured the RS485 adapter was "converting" the required signal to a TCP/IP compliant protocol and then the boxes where changing it back to the LOR protocol. None the less, good information to know so I can plan my yard design with that in mind.
  14. I know in a normal LOR network, you come out of the RS485 adapter to your first controller, then daisy chain using cat5 to the other controllers. What I'm asking is, is this required? Can you come out of the RS485 adapter into a switch and then run the controllers from that switch? Or is there a protocol being sent down the line that won't be "forwarded" through a normal network switch. The only reason I ask this is based on location of the boxes, I was trying to avoid having cat5 cables going back and forth all over the place where I could easily have one centralized location that the cables run to. I should know this answer but I haven't seen it, and almost all diagrams show a LOR network in a daisy chain type environment. Thanks!
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