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  1. derekleffew

    derekleffew Resident Curmudgeon Senior Team Premium Member

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    (pronounced Kam-sis. "The name ChamSys is short for Chameleon Systems and is pronounced 'cam' 'sis'".) Website. Arguably, the current leader in the "lighting console on a personal computer (Windows, Mac, or Linux)" genre, as well as a manufacturer of wings and full consoles using the same MagicQ software.

    By downloading the (free with registration) software to any PC or laptop, and purchasing an ~USD 150, Enttec (or, ~$16 MagicDMX Basic or ~$100 MagicDMX Full, or other USB-DMX dongle (see below)); one has a fully functioning, albeit without any dedicated control surface, lighting control system.

    Many users like the software/hardware because it is so much like an advanced version of the ubiquitous FPS/HES WholeHogII, which was the predominant moving light console for almost ten years (roughly 1995-2005).

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