Dueling Jingle Bells by U.S. Navy Band.
2 minutes and 5 seconds in length.
48 channel sequence by Light-O-Rama.
Does not include the music. See below for purchasing the music separately.
This is a protected sequence. You cannot make any changes to the way this sequence works. It's fully functional, super-easy to deploy and will look great in any venue. ‘Ready To Go’ sequences can only be guaranteed to work with our S3 (version 3.8 and higher), S4 or later software.
This sequence was designed and programmed by an award winning creative working in close harmony with the Light-O-Rama staff. Sequencing can be very hard work so we make it easy for you to have a great show and take all the credit.
Here's a one minute video to give you an idea of what this sequence might look like in your venue.
This 48 channel sequence looks good even if only 16 or 32 channels are used. Use this same sequence to expand what you are doing next year by simply adding more Light-O-Rama controllers.
The first 16 channels (Controller 01, channels 1-16) are used constantly throughout the song. These channels are typically used in the main structure. The 16 channels are broken down into four groups of four. Think four roof segments, four windows, four bushes and/or four columns. It doesn't matter what's in a group. One group might be four downstairs windows and another group four upstairs windows. There might be four bushes to the left of the main entrance and four bushes to the right. The key is to use any four groups of four. Your imagination is your only limitation.
The second group of 16 channels (Controller 02, channels 17-32) are accent channels to specifically designed to enhance the first 16 channels at appropriate places during the song. Think four groups of four, again. In our demo video we use four small trees, each with four different colors of lights. These could be four wreaths, each with four different light circuits, four large trees, each with four different light circuits, four groups of four small trees scattered across the front or even four groups of four stars each scattered in the tress or on the roof. The key is to use four groups of four. If you don't use these channels this year, you can expand into them next year.
The third group of 16 channels (Controller 03, channels 33-48) are accent channels specifically designed to enhance the first 16 channels at appropriate places during the song. This time think two groups of eight. In our demo video we use two leaping arches of light, each with eight channels. These could also be eight wreaths on the first story of the venue and another eight wreaths on the second story. These 16 accent channels could also be two groups of eight candy canes on each side of the sidewalk or driveway. Get creative. If you don't use these channels this year, you can expand into them next year.
Here's the easiest way to remember what the different channels do.
Controller 01: Required. 16 electrical channels. Used constantly. Recommended on main structure.
channels 1-4: group of four similar items
channels 5-8: group of four similar items
channels 9-12: group of four similar items
channels 13-16: group of four similar items
Controller 02: Optional. 16 electrical channels. Used as accents to Controller 01.
- channels 1-4: group of four similar items
- channels 5-8: group of four similar items
- channels 9-12: group of four similar items
- channels 13-16: group of four similar items
Controller 03: Optional. 16 electrical channels. Used as accents to Controller 01.
Please note the channel layout is designed for 16 channel controllers and will not work with RGB controllers such as the CMB24D.
How do you install this sequence?
You should already have a working version of Light-O-Rama's Sequencing Suite Software (find more information at http://store.lightorama.com
). Purchase this sequence and an email will be sent to you with a unique serial number and special location to download this sequence. Save the sequence package program to your computer desktop and then run the program by double clicking on it. The program will unpack the sequence and install it in your default sequencing suite directory. Upon completion, open up the Light-O-Rama Sequence Editor and navigate to the newly installed sequence in your default sequence directory. If the audio is not working, within the Sequencing Editor, click on Edit/Media File and navigate to the correct music in your audio directory. Don't worry. It's a lot simpler than all these complicated sounding words make it sound.
People respond to the lights changing with the music. Light-O-Rama has done the hard work and created the light patterns that will dance to the music. Hook up your own lights and make lifelong memories for all the people that will come by and watch your show.
You Must Also Purchase the Music For This Sequence
We suggest purchasing this music through Amazon so it is licensed to you. The music is not part of the sequence or the sequence price. You must use the exact version of the music specified for this sequence and it must be 2:05
(minutes:seconds) in length. Any other music version might cause the light patterns to not be synchronized.
See more details of the music track for this sequence by clicking here
or find all the music we recommend in one place at the Light-O-Rama Music Store
hosted by Amazon.com.
Purchased music can be downloaded immediately (so don't worry should you see 'usually ships in 1-2 business days.')
You can also search Amazon.com for the following unique music identification number to locate the music track we recommend: B000QWMYHO
Below is a direct link to purchasing the music for this specific sequence at Amazon.com
After the music is purchased, Amazon will store your music in their big computers in the sky (known as the cloud) and help you install their 'Amazon Cloud Player.
' With this newly installed application you can listen to the music almost anywhere or download the music file to your computer.
With the Amazon Cloud Player running, find the appropriate music for your sequence (the music you just purchased), drag it to the download section of the screen (typically on the right side of the Amazon Cloud Player window) and wait until the file is transferred to your computer. Now you can install your newly purchased Light-O-Rama sequence. The Light-O-Rama installation program will find the downloaded music associated with the new sequence and link everything together.Can't purchase music at Amazon.com?
Match the album cover and music track name to what's available in your country. Make sure the track length is 2:05
(minutes:seconds). Download the music file to your computer. Now you can install this newly purchased Light-O-Rama sequence. The Light-O-Rama installation program will find the downloaded music associated with the new sequence and link everything together.