||This worksheet is used to document fader to fixture assignments when the Stage Designer 50 is used
in the twelve channel, two scene preset mode.
||The Chauvet Stage Designer 50 can be selected to operate in two scene preset mode
controlling 12 DMX channels on Page A and 12 more on Page B. When operated in this mode,
the upper bank of faders
is preset A and is controlled by submaster A, the lower bank is preset B and is
controlled by submaster B. Sub A increases when pushed up, Sub B increases when pushed
down. A crossfade occurs by simply moving both together in the same direction. When
the crossfader is up, the lower bank can be preset, when down, the upper bank can be
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||This block can be used to describe the event.
||This block can be used to indicate date when fixtures need to be ready.
||This block can be used to indicate date when fixtures will be available for the next event.
||DMX is divided into universes of 512 channels. Indicate which universe this controller
||Specifies the DMX range used on this universe.
|MIDI Input Channel
||Specifies the input channel for MIDI comunications in the range of 1-16.
|MIDI Output Channel
||Specifies the output channel for MIDI communications in the range of 1-16.
||Specify for the first precision encoder its mode in range of 1 to 3 and channel from range 1-48.
||Specify for the second precision encoder its mode in range of 1 to 3 and channel from range 1-48.
||Indicates the DMX channel to assign to the fixture start address.
For multi-channel fixtures, block out the rest of the channels used by the fixture.
||Indicates the fader number that controls this feature of the fixture.
||Describe how this fader affects the 'look' e.g. Stage Left Red Wash and/or the fixture
assigned to this fader.