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why_are_we_here [2012/10/25 15:23]
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 At the time they where using Martin Light Jockey (The MS-DOS version! not sure of specific version) At the time they where using Martin Light Jockey (The MS-DOS version! not sure of specific version)
 This was great because I was great with PC's but within a week or so they sacked the main weekend DJ and he claimed the system was his and so he ripped it out :( This was great because I was great with PC's but within a week or so they sacked the main weekend DJ and he claimed the system was his and so he ripped it out :(
-So we where left with a Martin 2510 Controller and had to utilise that to try and justify my job (For those that don'​t ​now this is a [[http://​www.martin.com/​Product/​large/​large.asp?​id=2510|Martin 2510 Controller]]).+So we where left with a Martin 2510 Controller and had to utilise that to try and justify my job (For those that don'​t ​know this is a [[http://​www.martin.com/​Product/​large/​large.asp?​id=2510|Martin 2510 Controller]]).
  
 So I went from a fully featured program to 3 buttons and pre-made sequences (up/down and enter) while I was struggling to justify my job and get somewhere as a light jockey I needed to re-instate the Martin Light Jockey System but the pc card that converts to DMX your actions in Light Jockey costed in excess of £1000! there was now no way I was going to be able to achieve that on my 3 days a week working at a nightclub! So I went from a fully featured program to 3 buttons and pre-made sequences (up/down and enter) while I was struggling to justify my job and get somewhere as a light jockey I needed to re-instate the Martin Light Jockey System but the pc card that converts to DMX your actions in Light Jockey costed in excess of £1000! there was now no way I was going to be able to achieve that on my 3 days a week working at a nightclub!
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