Is it possible for absolute effects to have the background state be another effect?

I am trying to essentially stack two absolute color effects on top of one another, but it does not seem to work.

For example: I want effect 1 to be a rainbow color chase. Effect 2 is a random twinkle that sets the intensity to 100% and the color to white before restoring the fixture back to where it was in the color chase.

Is it possible to run these two effects on top of one another? Right now when I attempt this it will clear out the color chase effect previously running. The only other way I can figure to do it would be to have the effect run through the rainbow then flash white, but this would not give the random twinkle effect I am looking for.

Any help or clarification is greatly appreciated!

  • A straight forward answer would be:

    There is only one FX per parameter possible.
    As you have experienced, only one FX will stay, that would be the lattest.

    When you can think of a way to put your Rainbow/White in one FX ..
    Keep in mind that different Parameter can have different FX's.
    And One FX can also have different Parameter inside itself.

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    The not so straight forward answerd would be:

    There could be a way around that by using 2 Submaster with 1 FX each on it.

  • With color a workaround can be to use one color effect and e.g. the twinkle from a pixel map.

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