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I would like to sequence a number of stage lights that will change synchronously to a song. Is there any tool that would help me to do that? Even if it only sequences virtual lights?

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List of free dmx-[donation]
Pay for.
Hope this is what you are looking for

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I have never seen a free tool, however, most DMX panles usually come with a free basic utility needed to manage the lights.

If you pay a little more, there are many tools out there that let you time and sequence a light show, along with a virtual set that you can mess around with.

One software that I know of is Martin Light Jockey - but I don't think it is cheap!

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