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QLab 4 Show Control, 2nd Edition by Jeromy Hopgood

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10 Group Cues

 

 

 

Other than the Fade Cue, the Group Cue is likely the most commonly used cue type in any cue list. One reason for the prevalence of this cue is its versatility. As the Group Cue is such an essential component to dynamic cueing possibilities, the following chapter both details its use and offers up practical projects for learning how to best utilize the Group Cue in your own projects.

10.1 — Understanding Group Cues

Group Cues are simple to understand, yet have the ability to be utilized to create subtle and complex effects. One key feature of the Group Cue is that grouping cues together does not change the way in which they function; it just provides the ability to control the cues by grouping them together. Though the ...

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