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  1. 2015 - My First LOR Halloween Display

    Just saw this now, sorry! I'll PM you a link now.
  2. Programming Video Projection

    Not to hijack the thread, but I'm very interested to know how you accomplished this as I'm working on something similar myself. Would you mind sharing how you have it all set up? Thanks!
  3. My 2015-2016 Light Display

    Thanks! Glad you enjoyed it.
  4. My 2015-2016 Light Display

    Thank you!
  5. While it's a bit late (and that might be an understatement ) I figured I'd post my 2015-2016 light show. Like the lateness of this post, I made some pretty last minute changes to this year's show. This is my second light show, I started last year with just 16 channels but at the beginning of October, I decided to expand with a new a RGB controller, and 20 more AC channels, and I decided I wanted to do a halloween show. I didn't have a lot of time to get everything perfectly sequenced with the new stuff, or do all the songs I wanted but I think it came out pretty good... Enjoy! Song List: Martin Garrix - Animals (0:11) Spiraling - Do You Hear What I Hear (2:40) Jeremy Camp - Jingle Bell Rock (5:55) David Foster - Carol Of The Bells (8:03) TenSecondSongs - All I Want For Christmas Is You (10:35) Randy Bachman - Takin' Care Of Christmas (14:24) Jeremy Camp - Joy To The World (18:08)
  6. This is my first display for halloween sequenced using Light O Rama, I used a CMB-24D (6 RGB Channels Used) and a CTB16PC (15 Channels Used). I had sort of been planning one, and then got the idea to add some RGB elements around September, so I had to re-sequence stuff pretty fast, but I think it came out pretty good. Except for me somehow forgetting to finish sequencing the big pumpkin throughout Thriller, I was pretty annoyed about that when I realized last night... Then about a week ago, my friend saw I had a fog machine and said "Hey, you should add some laser FX to that!" I did, especially for the one song (Destroy Them With Lazers), however my wonderful camera (iPhone) has a lot of trouble with the fog so I turned it off for this filming, so you can't really see the laser. Also, my wonderful iPhone camera makes some of the RGB floods look off-white, they actually look a lot better in person. Anyway, here's the show! Songs: Knife Party - Destroy Them With Lazers (0:02) Ray Parker Jr. - Ghostbusters (3:55) Warren Zevon - Werwolves Of London (8:00) Michael Jackson - Thriller (11:19)
  7. Landscaping Lights on A LOR Controller?

    I just went outside to measure how many amps the transformer pulls on start up, and after turning it on and off about 20 times, the highest amp reading I got was 3.32 amps. So it seems safe to run these on the controller. Next year, I hope to have RGB floods where all the landscaping lights are, so this will probably be the only year I run these lights on an LOR controller.
  8. Landscaping Lights on A LOR Controller?

    Thanks! I used a kill-a-watt meter to take the reading, but I'll be sure to check the startup reading to see if it is significantly higher than the running reading.
  9. This is My 1st year running a Light O Rama show, and I've had our 12v landscaping lights running on 1 channel of the Light O Rama controller. I checked and the power supply for the landscaping lights only uses 2.2 amps when it's on, so I figured it would be fine to run. Everything seems to be working fine, but I was wondering if this could cause any problems, or If there is any settings I shouldn't run with it. Here's the landscaping light power supply I have: http://www.amazon.com/Intermatic-ML600TW-Voltage-600-Watt-Power/dp/B0009J6CCW/ref=sr_1_16?ie=UTF8&qid=1419556593&sr=8-16&keywords=outdoor+lighting+transformer Thanks for your help!