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light show cd

Discussion in 'Sound, Music, and Intercom' started by simchapup, May 12, 2008.

  1. simchapup

    simchapup Lighting Technician

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    I'm doing a light show but i need some help with the audio. I mixed together a couple of tracks the best I could in garage band, but i think the transitions need help any advice.

    http://www.nowupload.com/:w3o

    Thanks
     
  2. soundlight

    soundlight Well-Known Member

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    I like to use Cool Edit Pro 2 or Adobe Audition (what happened when adobe bought Cool Edit Pro) to mix tracks because it's really easy to do crossfades, and I like their graphic representation of volume and pan levels.

    I do have to say that you had better post a video of your light show when it's done. That's definitely gonna be a long one. For the light shows that happen every year at the dept. open house, it's become a tradition to use a full song and not mix tracks, so that's what we do. It'll take a while to program, but the end product should be pretty awesome. What kind of fixtures do you have?
     
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  3. simchapup

    simchapup Lighting Technician

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    we are currently trying out 2 vl2500's and 2 vl1000's and a marquee light console.
     
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    soundlight Well-Known Member

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    Aw, come on, you know you've gotta bust out some conventionals!

    (sorry for the hijack)
     
  5. simchapup

    simchapup Lighting Technician

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    its all good ya we have tons of conventionals. im using some color scrollers also. i love your light shows there really cool
     

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