The following sequences are the ones I am using in the light show. They feature a 16-channel mega-tree which has 14 channels on the tree and 2 allocated to stars on it's top. The remaining 16 channels feature 3 multi-colored stars (red/white with 1 channel each), two white stars (1 channel each) and then miscellaneous stuff.
|WizardsInWinter.zip||Wizards in Winter (Trans-Siberian Orchestra)||32|
|CrazyFrog-JingleBells.zip||Jingle Bells (Crazy Frog)||32|
|MadRussionschristmas.zip||A Mad Russians Christmas (Trans-Siberian Orchestra)||32|
|CaroloftheBells-Techno-DanEdit.zip||Carol of the Bells - Techno. (Edited Version)||32|
|CocaColaChristmas.zip||Coca Cola Christmas||32|
Light Show Primer Software:
I wanted to begin playing random Christmas music 30 minutes prior to the light show and then stop playing right before the show began. I couldn't find any software that did just that so I decided to write my own. I started writing it on the 5 hour trip to the inlaws for Thanksgiving and just about had it done when we arrived. I wanted to test it in production before making it available to everyone. It's been running for a week now without any hiccups so it's now available.
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How the software works:
The software works in conjunction with Windows Media Player...I haven't tested it on any versions less than 10 and I am currently using version 11. You use WMP to create a playlist of the songs you want. Then you run the "Light Show Primer" software and it will display a list of saved playlists that it gets from WMP. You then specify begin/end times...I specify the end times to be 5 seconds before the LOR scheduled start time. Placing check marks next to each day enables it for that day. The "Enable Show" check box enables/disables the entire playing of the show. Checking "Shuffle" will shuffle the playlist and checking "Repeat" will repeat the playlist once it concludes. IMPORTANT: The application requires the Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0. If you have any problems or questions about it's use you can reach me at DanPenn@MSN.com