Setting Up a Chase Effect Playback
1. Select all Channels to be used in effect.
2. Type [#] [INSERT]&[EFFECT], opening the following dialog box:
3. Select "Create Chase from selected channels".
4. Give your effect a name.
5. Select the distribution.
6. Select Execute.
7. Type [#] [EFFECT], then use the encoders to control the Rate.
Now the Chase Effect Playback can be operated a number of different ways, including:
+ Manually raising its intensity level by typing [#] [EFFECT] [%] [@LEVEL]
+ Assigning it to a Master by typing [#] [EFFECT]&[Master Key].
Step #7 on Congo:
Step #7 on Congo Jr (Clicking the encoder wheel allows Tap control of the rate.):
Anatomy of a Chase Effect Playback:
1 When referenced in this section of this article, a "Chase" means a series of steps and is not an abbreviated form of "Chase Effect Playback"; they are distinctly different items.
2 Some of the timing properties of a Chase are the same as they are for a Step. When the timings of a Chase are modified, they change those properties of each Step in the Chase to that value, but the timings for each step can be finely tuned and then supersede the timings assigned in the Chase.
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