I am about to walk into a space that has pre-recorded the cues for my show.
The problem is, the red wash that they are providing with LED lights (not sure of make/model) is not a true red.
Is there a way to update all of the cues with the new parameter for red, or am I a sinking ship at this point?
Thanks in advance, I am stressing a little bit here as the red is a pretty important part of the production.
Did they use a color palette where they recorded the channels into the cues? If so this is a textbook example of updating this one color palette.
Or are you looking to replace the "red" channels with other, real red channels?
Sadly, they picked a swatch from the Rosco color library. If that gel were to be used on a conventional light, it would provide a great red. However, it doesn't mix in the LED correctly. What I would like to do is just grab all of those LEDs, take out every other color being mixed in and leave only Red at 100%.
So, I think that I am looking to replace the "red" channels with other, real red channels.
I think you would still want to use the channels they used but with a different color, right? Do those channels ever use a different color than red in the show?
That is correct. As far as I know, those channels do nothing but red.
Blind, Cue Home Thru Enter (selects all cues)
Chan 5+7 Red Full Green 0 Blue 0 White 0 Enter
To get the parameter names into the command line you can click on the left hand side of the CIA
Perfect! Thank you!