Chauvet Stage Designer 50
Scene Schedule

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Bank Page Scene Description (1000 steps of 48 ch)
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INSTRUCTIONS
Purpose This worksheet is used to document the configuration of Stage Designer 50 scenes for an event.
Architecture The Chauvet Stage Designer 50 features a total of 96 scenes arranged in two scene banks, each having four pages, and each page has twelve scenes. Each scene can hold up to one thousand programable steps reflecting the settings of forty-eight DMX channels. The steps can be a series of "looks" to render or can function as chases.
Printing For best results, set printer to only print page one through five unless you need copies of these instructions.
Event This block can be used to describe the event.
Start Date This block can be used to indicate date when fixtures need to be ready.
End Date This block can be used to indicate date when fixtures will be available for the next event.
Comments This area can be used for general remarks about the scenes below.
Bank Indicates Bank A or Bank B.
Page Indicates Page 1 through 5.
Scenes Indicates Scene 1 through 12.
Description Enter a description of the scene's purpose. You may wish to describe in terms of the desired effect of the sequential chase ("Forward warm chase") or might be Act/Scene references for a play ("Act I, Scene iv"). Space is provided below for additional notes when elaboration is needed.
Note 1, 2, 3, and 4 Space for additional information about listed scenes above.