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    I've created another 16 channel Vixen 2.0 sequence and I'll keep adding them to this thread.

    This one is TSO's Wizards in Winter...not sure if anyone has heard of it or not.

    The profile can be grabbed from this thread http://www.doityourselfchristmas.com...ead.php?t=5467
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    Default Re: More 16 Channel Sequences

    Here's another 16 channel sequence for Bobby Helm's "Jingle Bell Rock".
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    Default Re: More 16 Channel Sequences

    Here's a video of the Wizards in Winter sequence.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9hYlUU8AX_0
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    Default Re: More 16 Channel Sequences

    Great Job! I think sometimes working with fewer channels is very challenging b/c of the number of constraints we have to work with.

    If you don't mind I'd like to add some sequences I've been working on.

    So far these are all TSO songs, the name is in the title of the sequence. Use the "16 Ch. Top Down.pro" I'm using 2 8 channel Kit 74 boards.

    I'm in the process of converting the 8 Channel songs I did last year. They include the original "Frosty the Snowman", Bing Crosby "Jingle Bells", "Santa Clause is Coming to Town".

    I'll upload them when I get them done.
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    Thanks. Feel free to add here. I'm working on some more myself. I'm actually running a few that I auto generated with the frequency spectrum in Vixen that look okay, but I need to clean them up.

    The TSO songs work nice because there's a lot of different sounds to map to. The old Christmas songs really don't have a lot going on other than a flute or something. I should try to dig up some old Christmas remixes that I did years ago. I was listening to an old Bing Crosby Christmas album one day and made a comment on none of the songs having a drum beat. My favorite was Jingle Bells to the music of Tone Loc's Wild Thang. I and a few others liked them, but some others thought I would go to hell for it.
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    Default Re: More 16 Channel Sequences

    Here's more...
    All are TSO songs except the Santa Goes Clubbing one. I saw it posted in a thread (http://www.doityourselfchristmas.com...ead.php?t=5331) and converted mwo040's sequence to a 16 channel.
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    Hmm. You have some dimming used in these sequences. I thought Grinch boards were non-dimming.
    Anyway,

    Here's Jingle Bell Rock I adapted from OilCan73
    http://www.doityourselfchristmas.com...ead.php?t=5208

    I'm working on a couple more. Do you have any tips on using the frequncy spectrum. I'v not had much luck.
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    The Grinch's can be made dimmable with a Ren-C and Ren-T. Not all sequences were entirely created by myself. I may have used a pattern or modified another's sequence that may have been dimmed.
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    Default Re: More 16 Channel Sequences

    I've been considering grabbing ALL the sequences that have been shared on the site and creating a website or section under the wiki that has the categories and sequences (like LOR does). Does anyone see a use for this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Photovor View Post
    I've been considering grabbing ALL the sequences that have been shared on the site and creating a website or section under the wiki that has the categories and sequences (like LOR does). Does anyone see a use for this?
    Brian is working on this so we can post sequences and find them easier. The WIKI isn't the easiest to use as a file repository, tried that.

    I am sure once the flurry of getting our displays up and running, Brian will set something up.
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