SPaschall

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About SPaschall

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  • Birthday 06/22/1967

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    http://www.paschallsmagicalchristmas.com
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    johnpaschall@yahoo.com

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    Male
  • Location
    Hazel Ky
  • Occupation
    Co Owner Restaurant/Programmer Holiday Technologies

More About Me

  • How I learned about Light-O-Rama -
    Switched over from AL in 2012 due to improved software
  • Favorite Decorating Holiday?
    Christmas

LOR Software

  • LOR Software Version
    4.3.18
  • License Level
    Pro

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  1. Has anyone played with the x,y,z capabilities of the motion rows yet? SPaschall
  2. Glad you got it resolved! SPaschall
  3. Try this if you can since I don't know how much you know about your software. Create a new musical sequence with the audio file from the programmed sequence. When creating the sequence use the .lcc file for your 16 channel setup. Once the grid is created open the other sequence, don't close the new sequence. Now if you know how to copy/paste copy a few channels from the pre sequenced grid and copy them into your newly made sequence. You should see the parts moving in your animation window. Hope this helps. SPaschall
  4. Are you trying to use the Visualizer or the animation window? SPaschall
  5. We always have one Elvis and one TSO song each year. My favorites are big band style songs from Brian Setzer or Denver and the Mile high Orchestra. It is really complex and the possibilities with the programming is endless. SPaschall
  6. Wow, I've been doing this since 2004 and I'm only 49. Still one of the youngest on here. Keep on lighting them up guys! SPaschall
  7. Lots of great people in this forum, either way whether you go SS or PE you are looking at a little additional cost. here is a video I created so you can get a feel for the Pixel Editor. Things will change hopefully soon with the S5 software but this will get you going.I have two more videos on my video page if you care to look at them. Enjoy, SPaschall
  8. Right now it is still in alpha stage but a lot of progress has been made. Hopefully we all will see a beta version soon. SPaschall Sent from my SCH-S968C using Tapatalk
  9. What Whitebuck said is correct. Another way to combat it is to do all of your programming with a wav file then switch to the mp3 when you get ready to run your show. SPaschall Sent from my SCH-S968C using Tapatalk
  10. Are the pixels Smart or Dumb? considering they are smart pixels, if you are doing these manually in SE then it is 150 channels per strip and they will need to be set up as RGB. You may consider SS or PE to program your pixels, that will save you alot of time. SPaschall
  11. Import the visualizer file into PE then watch it from there. SPaschall
  12. One thing you could try,and by the way nice job for your first time, On the house lights, instead of using them on every hit, try using them for the guitar part that holds the note them let them fade with that punch. Use you mini trees with the hits, turn the white on with the first hit with a fade then the green on the next just alternating. This will eliminate the "flashy" part and will still accent the beats of the song. You can use the Mega and Spiral trees for the movement as eye candy along with your arches as they should be the major focal points of your display. SPaschall
  13. S5 should be out in beta hopefully by this spring, Matt has his head buried in it as we speak. SPaschall
  14. I didn't think about that, it should work like that also, SPaschall Sent from my SCH-S968C using Tapatalk
  15. It can be done you just need timing mark inbetween the two. It can literally be a micro second. Just something to divide them up. SPaschall Sent from my SCH-S968C using Tapatalk