Loading...
6
Ordercode: 50830
Showmaster 24 MKII
Frontside
01) Preset A LEDs: Show the current intensity of the relevant channels, numbered from 1-12.
02) Channel/playback faders 1-12: These faders are used to control and/or program the intensity of
channels 1-12.
03) Flash buttons 1-12: These 12 buttons are used to set an individual channel to full intensity.
04) Preset B LEDs: Show the current intensity of the relevant channels, numbered from 13-24.
05) Scene LEDs: The LEDs light up when relevant scenes are active.
06) Channel/playback faders 13-24: These faders are used to control and/or program the intensity of
channels 13-24.
07) Flash buttons 13-24: These 12 buttons are used to set an individual channel to full intensity. They are
also used for programming.
08) Dark button: This button is used to temporarily black out the overall output.
09) Down/Beat Rev: The Down button is used to modify a scene in the Edit mode; the Beat Rev is used to
reverse the chase direction of a program with regular beat.
10) Mode Select/Rec Speed: Each press of the button will activate the operating mode in the following
order: CHASE/SCENES, Double Preset and Single Preset. Rec Speed: set the speed of any of the
programs chasing in Mix mode.
11) UP/CHASE REV: The Up button can be used to modify a scene in the Edit mode. The CHASE REV
button is used to reverse the chase direction of a scene, using the Speed fader.
12) Page/Rec Clear button: Press the button to select pages of scenes. There are 4 pages available.
13) Delete/RevOne: Delete any step of a scene or reverse the chase direction of any program.
14) Segment Display: Shows the current activity or programming state.
15) Insert/% or 0-255: Press the button to add steps to a scene. % or 0-255 is used to change display
format, between % and 0-255.
16) Edit/All Rev: The Edit button is used to activate the Edit mode. The All Rev button is used to reverse
the chasing direction of all programs.
17) Add or Kill/Rec Exit: In the Add mode, multiple scenes or flash buttons will be switched on at a time.
In the Kill mode, pressing any flash button will kill any other scenes or programs.
The Rec Exit button is used to exit a program or the Edit mode.
18) Record/Shift: The Record button is used to activate the Recording mode or to program a step. The
Shift button can be used only in combination with other buttons.
19) Master A-button: Press the button to set channels 1-12 to full.
20) Park button: Press the button to select Single/Mix Chase, to set channels 13-24 to full, or temporarily
program a scene on the Master B fader, depending on the current mode.
21) Hold button: Press the button to maintain the current scene.
22) Step button: Press the button to proceed to the following step, when the Speed fader is moved to
the bottom or if the Edit mode is active.
23) Audio button: Press the button to activate audio sync of a chase and audio intensity effects.
24) Master fader A: This fader controls overall output of all channels.
25) Master fader B: This fader controls the chase of all programs.
26) Blind button: Press the button to remove a channel from a chase in CHASE/SCENE mode.
27) Home button: Press the button to deactivate the Blind function.
28) Tap Sync button: Press this button to set the chase speed.
29) FULL ON button: This function sets overall output to full intensity.
30) BLACK OUT button: Press the button to kill all output with the exception of the one resulting from flash
buttons and the FULL ON button.
31) Fade Time fader: Move this fader to adjust the Fade Time.
32) Speed fader: Move this fader to adjust the Chase Speed.
33) Audio Level fader: Move this fader to control the sensitivity of the audio input.
Loading...
Terms of Use | Privacy Policy | DMCA Policy
2006-2020 Rsmanuals.com