Maestro DMX

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Jeff Romard

Staff member
ODJT Supporter
Sep 4, 2006
Sydney, Nova Scotia
I haven't heard of it but I would be definitely interested in finding out more I really suck at DMX


DJ Extraordinaire
Oct 20, 2006
Long Island NY
I heard about something like this a few years ago. Yes I don’t really want to program anymore. Evaluating the Music and coming up with the cues is one thing but linking those cues the actual lights you’re using and getting those cues to perform is the big trick. With all the different fixtures all the different DMX channels I don’t see how they going to create choreographed show. I pulled up a couple of their demo videos and there was nothing earth shaking in them which would make me want to run out and buy the unit. How does this unit work with moving heads or scanners? A variety of fixtures should’ve been shown in the video. I guess you’ll have to try it and see if it performs any better than the built in programs in your lights already. I’m thinking if we had to tell the unit what fixtures we were using, what DMX channels they were on I’d have a little more faith. So for some reason everyone wants to slap AI on everything and tell you it can do everything.


Alive & kickin
ODJT Supporter
Feb 6, 2007
central Ohio
Interesting. Let's start a poll and chip in buy the new DMX controller and vote who will be our tester.
I vote for the Mixmaster. :djsmug: