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Discussion in 'LightShow Pro (LSP)' started by kane, Oct 6, 2014.

  1. kane

    kane Dedicated Elf

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    I've promised the little ones that I'll be doing a song from Frozen this year - currently committed to "Let it Go", although could probably change their minds if I have another one that works better.

    But my issue is I'm really struggling to get started with sequencing this one.. So I thought I'd ask if anyone else has sequenced it, and wouldn't mind sharing what they've done (even if it's a rough work in progress), to hopefully give me some inspiration? I certainly won't copy it (if that's even possible), but would just like some ideas!!

    Cheers

    Kane
     
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    I haven't started but I will be doing let it go as well. Kids go nuts for it.
     
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    I've been told that I have to do Frozen as well for this year. Will see what happens.
     
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    Superman I Have C.L.A.P and its very infectious Global Moderator

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    I am doing frozen as well. What version of the song are you using? Is it the demi Lovato or the Idina Mendel one? I am using the demi Lovato one as it has more to sequence to/more upbeat.
     
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    I've likely got a couple of LOR shared ones (e.g. folks on the lor forum shared it with whomever asked) that I plan to convert, but waaayy procrastinating the sequencing this year..
     
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    I just got told by my 15 year old daughter that I have to do that one this year.
    Humm .. more warning would have been nice.
    I blame you Steve .. she heard your video playing. :D :D
     
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    kane Dedicated Elf

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    I'm doing the Demi Lovato one as well, as that's the one my 8yo has specified.. Give the client what they want, I say!

    Me too - been a crazy year and only in the last few weeks realised it's time to get moving!
     
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    kenlmcse Lightshowpro Developer

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    I am not sure how good I did. I merged Do you want to build a Snowman, into For the First the time in forever and then into frozen. The entire sequence is 7 minutes. I took a while to sequence it all... Hopefully this gives you some ideas.

    http://screencast-o-matic.com/watch/c26iehehvm
     
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    logandc99 Dedicated Elf

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    I've pretty much done In Summer with my singing Olaf.
     
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    Cool - thanks - that should give me some good ideas!
     
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    Hello,


    If anyone can send me a copy of this sequence it would be appreciated.... I have a couple of young nieces that will love it and it is my first time with the LOR gear.


    48 Channels with some RGB strips ..


    Cheers....
     
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    I ended up doing a pretty boring sequence to "Let it Go"- but I'm in LSP so won't be of any use to you, I'm sorry. The problem with more advanced setups is that they're not easily transferred to other displays - that was why I was after some examples just to get some motivation/inspiration, rather than a "drop in" sequence..

    You may have more luck from the LOR guys?
     
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    Well since I'm always doing things at the last minute I bought this 12 ribbon sequence for Let It Go from Brian at SuperStarLights. Below is his video for the song. He has a 25% off sale going.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4BbOf-WhXxk

    Even though he designed these sequence for LOR CCR's I have a quick process where I'm able to export the sequence from Superstar and then import it into LOR then I open up my sequence and copy/paste the data over top of my DIY 12 ribbon DMX channels. The trick was to create 7 dummy channels per ribbon so that the CCR macro data has somewhere to paste into. Once you setup the channel config I can bring in one of these purchased sequences in less than 5 minutes. Then using a slightly longer process I copied the 12 ribbon tree data over to my new pixel tree. Since it has 32 strings the data repeats around the tree almost 3 times. Afterwards I import the LOR sequence into xLights, sequence the rest of the yard with something decent to match, and export to an fseq file to play on the Falcon Pi Player.
     

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