Have no fear! In the videos below, I show you all the basics that you need in order to thrive on the Obey 40! Today, I want to run you through the basic overview of the Chauvet Obey 40 console. This console here is one that I really like for people who are just getting started with some basic lighting. You just really need some basic control of twelve unique fixtures, which are over here, and to be able to create some basic scenes and maybe some chases and play them back. Programming is really cool because you can select different fixtures, brings things up on the faders, and then hit record and put it in a scene.
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Page 9: Setup 3. Before powering on the unit, make sure the line voltage to which you are connecting it is within the range of accepted voltages. Page Physical Fader Assignment Physical Fader Assignment Use this feature to combine or unify fixture control attributes for different fixtures. For example; if you were controlling 4 moving mirrors and 4 moving yokes, the color, gobo and dimmer channels may not line up ideally on the physical faders.
Use this function to re-assign the dimmer, color and gobo channels to faders 1, 2 and 3. Page Copying Physical Fader Assignment Copying Physical Fader Assignment This process will copy the physical fader assignment from one fixture into another fixture. This will enter the physical fader assignment mode. Page Programming 4. You will find references to this process in many other sections of this user manual.
Please see the steps below to enter this mode. Turn on the controller. Program the scenes before programming the chases. Please see the steps below for instructions on programming a chase. Enter program mode.
How to Begin With The Chauvet Obey 40
Chauvet Obey 40 User Manual