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About BlakeGravitt

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  1. Congratulations man......every bit of this recognition is deserved. Excellent job. Enjoy it!!
  2. I had a similar problem recently. My default directory file is the LOR folder on the desktop, from when I originally installed LOR. Inside this folder was a file called "Sequences" and "Audio" I had my sequences in that folder but media files located in another folder. To correct my issue, I moved all sequences to the LOR directory (where the sample files are located) and moved all of the media (song) files to audio file within that same folder. Hope that helps your issue. Blake
  3. Nice job....I too have a version of Marilyn Manson "This is Halloween" Nice to see another fellow NC user on here
  4. Nice job Mel....Your display is excellent. What are you using for the fire portion of the show? It looks awesome. Thanks Blake
  5. TJ.....Excellent ship. You have inspired me to start on one myself!! I will post pictures along the way. Can I ask what you used for masts? I just found 4 pcs of 8" diameter PVC pipe 20' long on the local Craigslist. Sounds like a good start to me! Thanks Blake
  6. Excellent, excellent information. I think this is what I needed to push me over the edge and jump into this. I cannot thank you enough for the information and links you provided. It really does make a little more sense to me now. Also, nice catch on the serial ports instead of USB-serial, which is the route I was going to try. I am definitely going to start ordering some parts as soon as I get through this Halloween. I may have more questions for you shortly, but thank you so much for providing this information. Cheers
  7. EDIT: Let me start off by saying great work with your Halloween display TJ. I watched almost every video this morning, I kinda jumped the gun with my questions, but excellent work nontheless.... I have been looking at the Brookshire software for a few months now. I wanted to get through this Halloween and start a servo project for next year. What do you think about it? Pretty user friendly? Is the Lynxmotion SSC32 controller able to handle a SD memory card or do you have a laptop connected to the controller? The other issue I couldn't work through in my head was the wired connection between the actual servo and the controller.....How far away is your controller to the individual servos? Just hardwiring the distance? Thanks in advance for a servo newbie...... Blake
  8. Viking, I agree with your philosophy in saving up for the really nice props. Or building what you really want. James, thanks for the input on the projector.
  9. Looking forward to hearing your opinion on the projector James. Thanks
  10. I am registered with the Halloween Forums, and the tombstones look excellent....Nice job....
  11. I do not have one Mike. Your post was the first time I have seen the Ultra Projector. I had seen the WOW projector in the past but was a terribly expensive undertaking. I was definitely thinking of order an ultra projector for this year. Make you a deal.....I'll let you know how it works if I get it first, and you let me know how it works if you get it first. Cheers Blake
  12. I had seen the WOW projector/bust in the past, but the Ultra Projector is a far cheaper option, and I just happen to have several of the styrofoam heads already. Thanks Mike
  13. I liked your mermaid idea....The fog machine is a nice touch also. I have seen the talking head from WOW, might have to save up a bit for that one. Nice to see a fellow NC user here. Thanks Blake
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