Advice needed

Discussion in 'Lasershow Designer 2000' started by Chris Priest, Nov 18, 2003.

  1. Chris Priest

    Chris Priest Active Member

    Hi All,

    I have a show coming up for a Pink Floyd tribute band.

    They are playing a lot of tracks from the Pulse album for those that are familiar with it.

    One of the laser effects in the Pulse show was to 'modulate' the laser in time with the bass player who plays a solo piece. as far as I can see, the beam just starts small scanning from left to right when he's playing the 'higher' notes, but fans out to a wide sweep when he hit's the low drawn out bass notes.

    The question is, is it possible to replicate this with LD? Perhaps if I had an audio input direct from the sound desk, could the laser be controlled/modulated this way?

    Thanks in advance for any tips! :)

    Cheers
    Chris
     
  2. Vivian

    Vivian Member

    You can try the Winamp plug in:
    Release 3.10 includes the AVS/Laser plug-in for the popular Winamp media player for Windows. This plug-in allows you to automatically generate abstracts, graphics and beam effects which are precisely synchronized to any media file. For an example of some of the effects possible, see http://pangolin.com/images/AVS_Examples.gif
    You can download Winamp at http://www.winamp.com/
     
  3. Laser Dude

    Laser Dude Member

    Is the song "Sorrow"?

    I don't have the pusle video, but I remember the effect you are describing from the Division Bell tour. It's very impressive.

    What are you using Live or LivePro?
    LD or LD2000?

    I don't have LivePro, so I tried to create it in Live.

    How can I send it to you? The Frame file and Show files are about 600KB.

    Eric
     
  4. Chris Priest

    Chris Priest Active Member

    Hi Laser Dude,
    The song is Sorrow as I remember, I wasn't a great PF fan before this, but after listening to the songs over and over and over, it's growing on me :) LOL

    I have LD 2000 Intro and Live!

    you can email it if that's OK
    [email protected]

    Many thanks, most appreciated!

    Paulo: Thanks, I'll try that out too.

    Chris
     

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