User Manual. Page 2. Rev. 9. 2. Stage Designer™ TABLE OF CONTENTS. 1. Before . Switching Between Page A and Page B (channels and ). I recently bought a Chauvet Stage Designer 24 and can’t get it to work properly. I must say the manual is WEAK and not user friendly at all. TECHNICAL REFERENCE & MANUAL. Stage Designer™ TFXCON. CHAUVET. North 29th Ct. Hollywood, FL U.S.A.. Tel: .
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Is it only limited to 24 possible addresses? Help FAQs Go to top. I suspect your problem is addressing related.
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I mentioned the dmx earlier because I no problem getting that to work, or the much more dense but user-friendly PCDJ software, so I was thinking either the board is defective or I am missing the boat on what it’s meant to do. My suspicion is it has programs already recorded and that is why it is behaving strangely, so I am trying to reset it completly to “start from scratch”, yet when I follow the manual to erase all programs, nothing happens either.
Today, I was reading the user guide, and decided to play with it some. I purchased it to run with my PCDJDmx aka Blue light software to have an actual board to run the submasters in the software. I must say the manual is WEAK and not user friendly at all.
There is nothing in the manual about this.
It should then respond to the first 4 faders on desginer board. I had gotten frustrated with it, and was considering getting a different board. Did you have a different code? I recently bought a Chauvet Stage Designer 24 and can’t get it to work properly.
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Chauvet Stage Designer 24 Help Chauvet Stage Designer 24 Help. Sttage for the help anyway. Or do I have to match the fixture to the Stage setter, and if so where do I set this up? Let’s assume I am using 2 martin scx’s different addresses channels of dmx 2 colorwashes at the same same address 4 channels and 2 color banks same address 4 channels. Thanks for your help. There is absolutely no mention of Dmx addressing and how to set up fixtures to match addresses.
That’s only three 8 channel Martins and no wash lights. Used the code in the manual How does the stage setter handle this. So really I am trying to figure out how the board works in and of itself to see if it’s working properly at all I bought it usedhence my attempts to simply hook up some lights and see how it runs, but this hasn’t worked either.
I am trying to tell if this board is defective, I am a defective for not figuring it out, or the manual chavuet bad well I know it’s bad. Sounds defective to me. What type of fixtures are you using? Join the HC Newsletter. How does this corrospond to the stage designer?
I still havent’ gotten it to work correctly. I discovered after reading the user guide, then playing with it, that you need to go into record enable before you can erase all programs.
Emailed Chauvet a week ago–no response. How does the Stage setter corrospond to this this?
And I want a scene with all on. Maybe I am not getting the stage setter but what if I had 10 fixtures each with 8 channels–color gobo etc all set to different DMX addresses that I want to make a single scene for. Yeah, I think you’re right. I am using a Chauvet Stagewash set to address 1. I thought this would be easy to do in double preset mode but it is not performing as I had hoped.
I have a stage designer The software has 24 submasters that you can assign cues to and control from an external desifner.
I guess what I’m not getting isI have a Martin scx set to dmx address View the Media Kit. I guess my question is on the dmx 50 controller it has buttins to select each fixture.
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Advertise on the most comprehensive and widely viewed musicians’ website. Plus, I am trying to clear all programs to start fresh and what the manual says to do doesn’t work. It seems I am ztage to run out of channels pretty quick.
Let me ask, why did you purchase the Stage Setter 24? How does the Stage Setter deal with the addresses.