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iadwm
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Postby iadwm » 05 May 2007, 18:05

So if it doesn't restore the dipped output when you lower the mode 3 memory - what's the point? Or do you mean it's meant to and just doesn't work properly? In which case, I can say it again - what's the point!
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Postby CoenCo » 05 May 2007, 18:29

From my memory, the fun part was:
If you raise it all the way to 100%, output from other memories wont be restored.
If you raise it to 95%, it acts like a mode2, and lowering it restores the other memories.
But this was all a long time ago :)
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Postby niclights » 05 May 2007, 20:00

From the manual:

· Mode 3 - Crossfade cue. All channels, including intensity channels, will fade to the settings in the new cue. All other cues fade out and all other active playbacks become inactive; if you need to re-fire a playback, take the fader to zero and put it up again.


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