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  1. Showstoppersequences.com is having a 4/4/40% sale. For the next four weeks starting the last week of September, each week, four different songs will be offered at 40% off the normal price. The second week we are discounting: Let it Go by Idina Menzel ($24 instead of $40) What Child is This by Elle Zamudio ($18 instead of $30) Sarejevo by TSO ($21 instead of $35) Christmastime by Michael W. Smith ($24 instead of $40) Great sequences and great prices. Visit us at http://www.showstoppersequences.com, and look for the Sale banner next to the sequence. Have a great lighting season!
  2. So everything is built, right? All you have to do is convince your neighbors those candy canes are for Halloween and then light them up. Well we can't help you put up your display, but we can help you with what you put on it. Showstoppersequences.com is having a 4/4/40% sale. For the next four weeks, each week, four different songs will be offered at 40% off the normal price. The first week we are discounting: Christmas Vacation by Mavis Staples ($21 instead of $35) Carol of the Bells by Mannheim Steamroller ($18 instead of $30) Christmas Canon by TSO ($18 instead of $30) Do You Hear What I Hear by Spiraling ($21 instead of $35) Great seqeunces and great prices. Visit us at http://www.showstoppersequences.com, and look for the Sale banner next to the sequence. Have a great lighting season!
  3. New Christmas Sequence! https://vimeo.com/275365729 New Variety Effects Pack! 30 Effect Presets! https://xtremesequences.com/collections/effects-presets/products/variety-effects-pack-1-2018-10-effects If you have been Platinum Member from the beginning, you do not need to buy this. You already have it. New Weekly Preset Effect for Platinum Members! https://vimeo.com/275670527 It's Christmas is my latest sequence available. https://xtremesequences.com/collections/christmas/products/its-christmas-medley-live Want an xTreme Sequence every month? Join now before Seasonal Membership Price goes in to effect, https://checkout.invanto.com/checkout/order/13466
  4. KneelandLights

    Moving! Any tips?

    We are moving into a new house next week! Yay and YIKES! Any advice from my fellow smart light guys?? Should I get to work rebuilding my smart light strings first or re-programming? I think us synchronized Christmas Lights people should stick to moving in the early spring so Thanksgiving isn't looming over us Here is my display from last year. Smart lights are all green. Some static lights are off. Here is our new house. I'm really bumming that the garage sticks out so much. We almost didn't get the home because of the impact on my Christmas lights hobby. The positives out weighed the negatives though. Plus, the view in this pic is mostly visible for a few blocks because of the location.
  5. Erik Goodwin

    PAY FOR HELP!!!!!

    WILLING TO PAY FOR HELP I am looking to get into RGB Pixels this year after using LOR last season. My plan is to outline my house, windows, mega tree, and 3-4 arches. I want to use the ribbon lights for the outline. I know the sequencing is going to be very time consuming so learning the startup and basics of Xlights is where I need help so I can focus most of my time on sequencing. I know there is a lot of videos on youtube, which I found a lot are tutorials from older software versions which leaves me a bit lost at times. Digging through the forum can be a bit time consuming as well and info is all over the place. I am willing to pay an experienced person to help me get going on Xlights. I would be willing to pay an hourly rate or a flat rate. Name your price if you are willing to help for some cash.
  6. Gordonswoggle

    More Moving Head Help

    Hey all! Im new to this site but it looks like a great place to get information about christmas light help. First, I would like to purchase some moving head lights. The only thing is that 1, I do not know what brand is best, what brand is the cheapest, and what wattage would be good to set a decent beam into the air. Now, I live in san leandro, Ca so i have a few airports around me but if i manage to keep them out of the paths of the planes or possibly the wattage low enough, then I should be fine. But overall i just dont know where i can buy very very chep heads along with domes for them to keep them safe. Any answers will help. Thanks! (If the orders can possibly come in bulk like 4 or 5 lights in one shipment that that would be great too) Thanks all again! -Gordon
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