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    Hey guys check out my laser show I created it using LSX!
    Let me know what I can change or tips I can do to make my shows, frames, transitions, recording, etc.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vpx4zf_BN-Y

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    Nice! I like it. But one question, do you have a standby blue LED issue? Seems like there's always some amount of blue coming through...?

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    Yeah the flexmod drivers don't have beam suppression but I tried to get the blue as dim as I could. I'm hoping to fix it when I put it into a new case.

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    I figured as much. Other than that, I think it's a great single head effort. Good choice of song, good length, nice variation. Well done.

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    Wow, that is a great show, nice work! BTW I had the exact same issue with my blue laser, and it did take a flexmod with beam suppression to solve the problem. It drove me crazy when I could not make the projector 'dark'.
    That is not your first show you wrote, is it? If so you *really* have a talent for this. I really like the color blend in the horizontal line during seconds 1-2. May I ask what tools you used to accomplish that in LSX? Intensity I'm guessing and...

    Real nice show, thanks for sharing it.

    -Jason

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    That was great! Would love to see it in real life. Lacking beam suppression drivers, I use a shutter connected to the ILDA shutter line to kill the residual blue. Of course it only blocks the beam when all colors are "off" and you want black.

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    Very nice show.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JasonB View Post
    Wow, that is a great show, nice work! BTW I had the exact same issue with my blue laser, and it did take a flexmod with beam suppression to solve the problem. It drove me crazy when I could not make the projector 'dark'.
    That is not your first show you wrote, is it? If so you *really* have a talent for this. I really like the color blend in the horizontal line during seconds 1-2. May I ask what tools you used to accomplish that in LSX? Intensity I'm guessing and...

    Real nice show, thanks for sharing it.

    -Jason
    - Hi Jason,

    I'm glad you liked my show it means a lot hoping to make even better shows with the more practice I get.

    I used a Post RGBi effect with the settings below for that horizontal line in the beginning and I didn't use intensity at all during the show.

    Red Channel (not active)
    Green Channel (active), Color depends on: Point Distance, Waveform:Sine
    Blue Channel (active), Color depends on: X Coordinate, Waveform:Cosine

    I'll probably end up buying a new driver for my blue laser because it is annoying, so when I put the stuff in my new MiCRO case I'll probably do that.

    and yes this is my first show I get a lot of inspiration from people like Felyx Kain, Dynamics lasers, Chris, Dkumpula and such.

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