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 Light Jockey

 
Martin Light Jockey
 

Eye Dialogue Price
Martin Light Jockey Universal USB $1308 *Free Shipping*
Martin Light Jockey Universal USB Open Box $1100 *Free Shipping*

I only wish I would have started this years ago. The goal of this page is to keep an easy backup for all the clubs we designed for easy access by both clients and touring acts. Also we want to gather profiles of other venues around the country so LD's can easily program or pre-program the in-house rig. Also this page provides an educational opportunity for young light jockeyist to study different setups and programming styles.

 

Light Jockey Classes

The LJ classes are intensive. Both the beginner and intermediate programmer will be challenged. You will learn how to add fixtures, create a layout, blind programming, presets, program sequences, statics, cues, use transparent functionality, master intensity tricks, and much more. The cost is $200 per person, five slots are available per class. The class is from 10 am to 5 pm, lunch is provided. Class must be paid in advanced to reserve your seat. No refunds will be given for cancellations made 7 days before the class unless a replacement is found. We will do our best to find a replacement if we can.

Upcoming Classes (updated 3/19)
March 28 Monday 10AM – 5PM (2 Spots available)
April 9 Saturday 10AM – 5 PM (1 Spot Available)

Light Jockey Programs- Rigs for Eye Dialogue

Clubs in Charlotte, NC*

 Churches

Business

Clubs in Elsewhere

*Some Venues have ask not to be listed: Your profiles are still on my server if you need assistance please call.

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Programming Notes for Light Jockey
Scene Name Abbreviations
The first group of letters refers to the fixture group. Any capitalized letter refers to a new word and lower case letters refer to the additional identifying letter. Example Sp = Spot; Q2 = Q-Spot 250.
Commonly used abbreviations
All = Every fixture
Mov = Movers
LED = All LEDs
Sp = All Moving Yoke Spot Fixtures
Ws = All Moving Yoke Wash Fixtures
Par = All Par Cans
Sc = All Scanners
Ev = All Even Numbered Fixtures
Od = All Odd Numbered Fixtures
HS = Hard Spot- All Gobo fixtures

C1 = Colorado 1
OR = Opti RGB
C14 = Colorcast 14
Q3 = Q-Spot 300
PS = Proton Star
Wiz = Wizard

* = special mark put at the beginning of a name intended to group items together (Typically Creation Shows)
+ = special mark put at the beginning of Shows

The Second Group of letters refers to the type of effect or concept. Any capitalized letter refers to a new word and lower case letters refer to the second letter. Example MSt = Movement built on stills; C = Color.

Commonly used abbreviations
C = Color
CF[#] = Color with a Fade time of [#] seconds (Ex. CF3)
CWalk[#] = Alternating between 3 or more adjacent colors on Wheel
CSwitch[#] = Alternating between 2 adjacent colors on Wheel
CFlux[#] = Randomly increases or decreases in a color saturation
CSweep[#] = Color Chase; # at a time
C/[#] = Static Solid Split Colors; # different colors
CSplit = Half colors inbetween colors on gobo wheel
CScroll = Color scroll
C% = Static 10% Change between fixtures [R, G, or B]
G = Gobo
GBounce = Gobo Spin Spinning in Each Direction
S = Strobe
SO = Stobe and Off
SSweep[#] = Strobing Chase; # at a time

MSt = Movement patterns based on stills or positions
St = Stills or Positions
M = Movement Macro
M_St = Movement Macro with a starting position
I = Intensity
IFlux[#] = Randomly increases or decreases in intensity
Flux[#] = Randomly increases or decreases in effect plus speed
Flip[#] = Solid Color on one side then other (# = Fade Time)
Flick[#] = Fixtures randomly flash a stated color (# = Scene Time)
F[#] = Fade Time (Only with Par Cans)
F = Focus
G3 = Prismed Gobo
[#]E = Special Effect on a given group (CE = Color Effect)

The Third Group of letters refers to the specific program. Any capitalized letter refers to a new word and lower case letters refer to the second letter. Example B = Blue; Star = Gobo shape of a star;
LED Color Names with RGB Percentages (Ordered for Programming Ease)
1. Red = 100% Red; 0% Green; 0% Blue
2. Orange = 100% Red; 40% Green; 0% Blue
3. Yellow = 100% Red; 100% Green; 0% Blue
4. Field = 40% Red; 100% Green; 0% Blue
5. Green = 0% Red; 100% Green; 0% Blue
6. Meadow = 0% Red; 100% Green; 40% Blue
7. Aqua = 0% Red; 100% Green; 100% Blue
8. Cyan = 0% Red; 40% Green; 100% Blue
9. Blue = 0% Red; 0% Green; 100% Blue
10. Purple = 40% Red; 0% Green; 100% Blue
11. Magenta = 100% Red; 0% Green; 100% Blue
12. Fuchsia = 100% Red ; 0% Green; 40% Blue
13. Day = 100% Red; 100% Green; 60% Blue
14. Pink = 100% Red; 60% Green; 100% Blue
15. Water = 60% Red; 100% Green; 100% Blue
16. White = 100% Red; 100% Green; 100% Blue
17. Black = 0% Red; 0% Green; 0% Blue