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About Sean5545

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    Hazle Twp PA
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    electrical superintendent

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    Camping and Buildng/Repairing thing
  • How I learned about Light-O-Rama -
    Saw a viral video of some guys Halloween show 6 years ago on you tube
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    Thanks jr....I looked at what you did to fill in the void with the other singers, now I'm going to try and apply that same idea to other songs where I currently have all 4 faces singing the same thing "just to put them to work". I will try using a high quality wired headset....if nothing else it will help with the loud kids problem. thanks again sean

    Does anyone have multiple singing faces available for thriller that they at willing to share? I have the main vocals on two faces but I was looking for ideas on a backup singer for this....im having trouble since its a one or two singing face song thanks everyone in advance for any help sean55455@gmail.com sean
  3. hello again everyone...im still working on my self learning sequence creating and its going well. I was hoping someone would be willing to share any sequence (preferably Halloween since that's all I do so far) with either leaping arches or a light pole. I'm trying to figure out how to place them in a song....all I really need to see is those few lines so I can compare them to the beat. thanks everyone sean55455@gmail.com
  4. The Walking Dead Theme Song

    If this is available can I also please get a copy? sean55455@gmail.com
  5. I see that, every post you look at he's helping someone....thank you again
  6. Pink Floyd Time

    Yes please I love Floyd sean55455@gmail.come
  7. Hello everyone, ive been working with LOR for about 5 years now, the past two I got into modifying the sequences that I purchased early on (I only have 6) This past year I added rgb to everything I have and it seems to have went well. I want to take the next step and start making everything for myself as I assume it would be a much more "fitting" (for lack of a better word) display made specifically for my layout. Now what I'm looking for is a simple Halloween sequence or two that anyone would be willing to share to help me visualize what I'm doing as I go. I've started working on the walking dead theme song as my first attempt because it is repetitive and has no vocals so that would be perfect however I would be more then happy with anything the average user might consider "easy". My email address is Sean55455@gmail.com. Thank you to anyone who considers helping get a newbie moving in the right direction. sean
  8. The Walking Dead Theme Song

    First off sorry to bump this again I see its been going on for years. I'm a new member to the forum, but I started the Light O Rama thing about 5-6 years ago with a Card (soldiered myself) and a homemade singing pumpkin face (where I learned cutting strings of mini lights sounds like a better idea then it actually is). This year I added RGB and for the first time modified all my sequences myself to accommodate them (I was kind of proud of myself for this one). Where I'm going with this is id like to give building a sequence from scratch a try and I decided the walking dead seems like an easy place to start because of its lack of vocals and repeating tune. I was hoping someone could share one that is done so I can use it for reference as I go until I get the hang of this? I would also be happy with any other relatively easy (Halloween themed) song. If anyone could send to Sean55455@gmail.com it would be much appreciated