downeym

  • downeym replied to the topic Programming Foot Controller in the forum DMXis 1 week, 5 days ago

    Very helpful David!  Thank you sooo much!  Matt

  • downeym replied to the topic Programming Foot Controller in the forum DMXis 1 week, 5 days ago

    First off David, Congratulations!!!  I saw on another forum post that you and your wife had a baby!  That’s awesome!  Is this your first?

    With the Pacer what I think I would like to be able to do is set up each song as a Bank and have the up and down ‘Bank’ buttons in DMXIS assigned to two of the buttons on the upper row of the Pacer (ideally th…[Read more]

  • downeym replied to the topic Programming Foot Controller in the forum DMXis 1 week, 6 days ago

    I was running DMXIS version 1.6.3 because I was initially using Ableton Live with DMXIS as a plug in but version 1.6.9 would consistenly crash as a plug in with Ableton so the DMXIS support had me try version 1.6.3 and it worked fine with Ableton.  So my notes above were done using version 1.6.3.  I spent the day trying to get the Nektar Pacer t…[Read more]

  • Hello guys!  I’ve made it through many of the videos in the lab, I really enjoyed the zero to lighting hero course.  I’m intending to run my band’s light show from the stage using DMXIS and have purchased a Nektar Pacer MIDI footswitch controller.  I’m having a bugger of a time getting it programmed.  I have gone into DMXIS preferences and cho…[Read more]

  • I just found while playing with DMXIS that the BPM will change with each saved bank when you select a preset in that bank.  I did not realize it would do that!  That’s great!  It seems as though if we are not playing to a click track DMXIS and a foot controller of some type is all we’ll need!

  • Hello!  My name is Matt and I’m very happy I found your site!  I have read through or watched most of the content outside the Labs portion and found it very helpful!  I am interested in the band lighting side of things, particularly for the DIY band running lights from stage.  I play in a cover band in central Iowa that is looking to take the jum…[Read more]