Professionally maintained and teched prior to shipment.
The Leprecon LP-1524 console offers the ease of a manual console with the sophistication of a memory console with 24 faders, it will store up to 576 fader presets. Cue stack allows up to 288 with point cues with crossfader and “Go Button” with up/down fade times. Chase memory includes four programmed and seven programmable patterns of up to 20 steps. Standard control output includes DMX and MIDI with optional Analog available. Includes Littlite work lamp.
The LP-1524 was designed to fill a unique space in the market. The intention was to build a simple, yet very powerful desk for use in a wide variety of applications. The board must be usable with zero training for the rental market, yet the needs of a sophisticated owner in a theatre or club setting.
The approach taken with the design and layout of the board is similar to the approach used with the LP-2000 and Cue Plus options.
The basic board operations are simple, effects can be turned on with four independent sections.
The first is a basic two-scene console. Using the dipless crossfader, scenes are alternated between the two manual presets. Bump buttons and led indicators make the LP-1524 a very capable even in this non-memory mode of use.
The next step is to use the Preset Master feature of the board. Setting the Y / Presets switch to the Presets position will convert the lower scene to a bank of independent scenes with 12 pages of memory. This is the memory mode most useful for live music, or any show that requires maximum cue changes with minimum setup time.
For more memory, or running a theatrical type of presentation, the Cue Stack can be activated. This provides automatic timed fades, with manual override and link/loop possibilities. Also, cues can be inserted to give “point cues”, a very powerful feature in a board of this type.
The fourth control section is the Chaser. It is used to build free running patterns or sequences. For simplicity of operation, pre-recorded patterns are included, as well as the capability to program custom patterns.
A two line 16 character display and a rotating data wheel is used in all operational modes to display and edit board parameters