Need a little help understanding how a smart pixel tree musical sequence works? We huddled with our sequence creators and they came up with one for you to learn from as well as use in your shows.
We Wish You A Merry Christmas
using royalty free music from NEO Sounds
2 minutes and 1 second in length
16×25 smart pixel tree or 16×50 smart pixel tree
This pixel tree sequence is fully modifiable. You must have version 5.3.8 or later of our ShowTime Sequencing Suite software with the Pro license level installed on your Windows based computer to make changes.
This sequence is for your use only and has an embedded serial number that can be traced.
This sequence was designed and programmed by an award winning creative working in close harmony with the Light-O-Rama staff. Sequencing can be very hard work so we make it easy for you to have a great show and take all the credit.
Here’s a short video to give you an idea of what this free sequence might look like in your venue.
|Sequence (16×25 pixel tree)
||We Wish You A Merry Christmas. 2:01 in length. Includes preview. Requires at least ShowTime Sequencing Suite version 5.3.8 Pro level. Put this sequence file in your default Sequences directory.||Download|
|Sequence (16×50 pixel tree)||We Wish You A Merry Christmas. 2:01 in length. Includes preview. Requires at least ShowTime Sequencing Suite version 5.3.8 Pro level. Put this sequence file in your default Sequences directory.||Download|
|Music||We Wish You A Merry Christmas. 2:01 in length. Put in default Audio directory.||Download|
How do you install this musical sequence?
You should already have a working version of Light-O-Rama’s ShowTime Sequencing Suite software. Singing Faces controllers use unit IDs 30-36 so you will need the Advanced or Pro level of software If you don’t already have it:
Download the sequence to your computer and put it in your default Light-O-Rama Sequences directory.
Download the royalty free music to your computer and put it in your default Light-O-Rama Audio directory.
If the audio is not working, within the Sequencer top menu bar goto Sequence -> Media File, navigate to the correct music in your audio directory, select it and save your work. Don’t worry. It’s a lot simpler than all these complicated sounding words make it sound.
Pixel tree configurations
|16×25 pixel tree||Unit ID 40
|This is the standard pixel tree as found in our on-line store. It uses a Pixie8 smart pixel controller and 8 strings of 50 pixels, each folded in half to make for a 16×25 pixel tree. The preview is configured to use your ‘Regular’ Light-O-Rama data network running at 500K Enhanced.|
|16×50 pixel tree||Unit ID 50
|This is the standard 50 pixel tall tree as found in our on-line store with ribbons or pixel strings. It uses a Pixie16 smart pixel controller and 16 ribbons/strings of 50 pixels each for a 16×50 pixel tree. The preview is configured to use your ‘Regular’ Light-O-Rama data network running at 500K Enhanced.|
The preview and pixel tree prop linked to each sequence is set to use the ‘Regular’ Light-O-Rama data network at 500K Enhanced speed. Smart pixel controllers need to be fed a lot of data in a hurry. Change or check how your data network is configured in Network Preferences.
If your pixel controller does not match the unit ID in this sequence (unit ID 40 for the 16×25 pixel tree and unit ID 50 for 16×50 pixel tree) then open the preview linked to the sequence, double click the pixel tree prop and change the unit ID in the ‘Channels’ section.
If all the above seems intimidating, checkout our video tutorials:
There’s plenty more
Like what you see with this sequence? There are plenty more in the Light-O-Rama sequence store.