Drawing a mini tree in LSP

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    Hi guys, whats the best way to draw a mini tree in LSP visualiser.
    I've built a 9 channel mini tree. 3 strings of Ray's RGB dumb strings.
    I've tried a heap of different ways but cant get it right..
    Channel 1 - string 1 Red
    Channel 2 - string 1 Green
    Channel 3 - string 1 Blue
    Channel 4 - string 2 Red
    Channel 5 - string 2 green

    and so on.
     
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    Are these RGB mini trees or are these individual coloured strings for the mini trees.

    For me i just create them as an individual element/controller for each tree.

    But a bit more info on your mini tree setup and what your wanting to do may help
     
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    Hi Ed, I've drawn up a mock image. see attached.
    Basically I've built 3 separate strings with Rays Dumb RGB strings.
    I just cant work out how to draw it in the visualiser?
    I have built these so I can control each of the 3 strings in either Red, Green or Blue.
    3 strings x 3 colours. so 9 channels.
    I tried doing it with a tree matrix but the visualiser showed me red at the top of the string, green in the middle and blue at the bottom. where it should be 1 string can be R, G or B.
    any ideas?
     
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    Draw a tree in the visualizer and then select to split up the drawing, then select the channel range for the 3 x RGB channels used for the tree. have multiple pixels per channel selected then set up the tree as 1RGB Channel x 3 strings being fed from the bottom and then your done.

    You have 3 strips per RGB channel but dont worry that it only draws one strip per RGB channel instead of 3 because it will still work the same

    make sure you dont use the z tree for this
     
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    perfect . thank u
     

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