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Monoprice Moving Head Stage Wash RGBW - Request Topic is solved

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A place for you to request fixture files to be created by other users - PLEASE BE WARNED THIS MAY NEVER HAPPEN AS WE ENCOURAGE YOU TO TRY YOURSELF AND WILL GIVE PROMPTS as and when we can. at the END OF THE DAY Creating fixtures isn't easy if we don't have that particular light and an appropriate manual! BE WARNED!

IF YOU HAVE HAD A REQUEST FULFILLED PLEASE MARK THE TOPIC AS SOLVED!

You can now pay for fixtures if you don't want to wait or create your own by going to here http://www.freestylersupport.com/wiki/f ... on_service
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jacobpassam
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Monoprice Moving Head Stage Wash RGBW - Request

Post by jacobpassam »

Can someone please create a fixture profile for this fixture? (9 channel mode)

Manual: https://downloads.monoprice.com/files/m ... 170822.pdf



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Re: Monoprice Moving Head Stage Wash RGBW - Request

Post by Rod_Horning »

Attached is my attempt at 9 channel fixture for your instrument.

You can open the Freestyler programming windows by clicking on Window->All after you select the instrument.

Your feedback is welcome.

You may find that the pan/tilt movements are not fine enough for your needs. If so then the 14 channel version may solve the issue.
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