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  1. exactly, thats what I'm thinking, i don't blame them either, lol
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  2. George's sequence proves you don't always have to have a singing face to make a sequence great, it's all about the timing and how you blend in the props.
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  3. This coming Easter will be our Fifth Year doing an Easter Light Show Celebration ! We make good use of our LED Smart Pixel Investment ! We also light up for the Fourth of July, Halloween and of course, Christmas !!
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  4. In any good organization, there are backups for key individuals (think "key man insurance"), should an individual leave or otherwise no longer work on a specific program or project. Does LOR have a backup resource(s) in place for Brian, in the event that Brian no longer develops or supports SuperStar? A backup plan would ensure continued SuperStar support and improvement at the same level Brian now provides. Brian has the key knowledge, creativity, inspiration, and skills that seem critical to the viability and growth of SS. If he quit or otherwise no longer were available, SS develo
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  5. Well, first let me assure you that I will continue supporting superstar. I am committed to my customers, and developing and supporting superstar and writing sequences are my full time job. I do not have a job elsewhere.
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  6. I prefer SuperStar over Pixel Editor, but only by the smallest of margins. SS lets me control each pixel, which for many effects I create, is crucial. I can do some effects in SS that I cannot do in PE. One example are spirals on my mini trees that begin at the bottom of a blank tree and move up (like I am uncovering the spirals while they turn). Once you spend a few concentrated hours on SS, you'll really start to get it. Also, the support for the product is fantastic, and personal. The SS author, Brian, is known to provide personal assistance on an actual copy of your sequence. Two ke
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  7. I prefer instrumentals specifically so I don't have to fart around trying to work with vocals. Having said that, about 75% of my playlist is instrumentals and 25% has vocals. For the most part, I tend to ignore the vocals where I can. I have no singing ________ and have zero desire to add any. I have 9-segment poles in my display and use those as VU meters to do vocals wherever possible.
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  8. Thanks for sharing. Your work is truly appreciated. Seeing a config file with 2600 channels is truly a work of organizational art. Mad props!
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