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Six separate LED lighting effects in one scanning centerpiece.
The EX-2 Eliminator Moonflower dances nonstop in continuous mode or uses its built-in mic to dance to the beat...
Creating an atmosphere that gets your audience moving is key to a successful DJ performance. With a few moving light head fixtures, you can control your lighting situation and keep the party going with little tech effort on your part. Once you set them up and set their pattern, you’re free to spin the night away. Moving head lighting is dubbed ‘intelligent lighting’ for good reason. These units are totally automated and often can produce a range of really unique effects that add a customized feel to the atmosphere, no matter what size the venue is. The more powerful the wattage the better it will be for larger venues. When you’re looking at moving heads you’ll want to consider what the usual sized space is you’ll be performing in is. If you’re the owner of a club, you can easily find a wattage option that is powerful enough for your venue and will suit your space for years to come. Digital innovations have made moving heads an ideal choice. The array of programming options allows you to set an exact sequence and walk away. Some options like the American DJ Tripleflex even feature ‘sound active’ capability that is triggered by what you play, giving a really customized feel to your accompanying light show. If you want to have control over your lighting you can easily switch back in real time to master/slave mode and model your show exactly how you want. Whether you’re composing a new DJ set or are setting up a multipurpose venue, incorporating moving head fixtures allows you to create an atmosphere that will help make your show successful. The colors and the ability of these units to keep time with the beat ensures your audience is not only listening to, but experiencing your performance.