Quick connectivity & the splitter functionality
Wolfmix using 1 universe connected to 2 lighting stands. Although only 1 universe is used, each stand is connected to a separate DMX output saving the need to dasy-chain the 2 stands. The built-in microphone is used for music sync.
Lots of DMX channels & Ableton Link BPM sync
Wolfmix connected to a 4 universe lighting rig consisting of pixel mapped fixtures. Wolfmix is connected to a computer running WTOOLS, keeping the BPM in sync with DJ software using Ableton Link.
Line in & extended mode with WLINK
2 Wolfmix controllers connected together with the WLINK cable, allowing for hands-on access to 8 fixture groups. All lights are connected with the remaining 3 DMX connectors on one of the controllers. Audio from a mixing desk is connected to the Line-In of the Wolfmix to sync the music and effects.
DMX IN with faders, single channel fixtures
Wolfmix connected with 3 universes of lighting fixtures including some single channel PARs. A DMX faderboard is connected to the WLINK socket allowing for the group dimmers to be controlled with faders. Extra faders can be mapped directly to the single channel PARs.
2 Wolfmix controllers working in tandem with WLINK
Wolfmix working in a compact setup with music synchronised using the built-in microphone. 2 Wolfmix controllers are working together, one behind the bar and one in the DJ booth. Both controllers follow each other allowing for both bar staff and performers to have control of the lights.
Setting up at home with the offline 3D visualizer
Wolfmix connected to a computer with a single USB cable. The Easy View real-time 3D visualizer allows for effects and presets to be prepared in advance.