Hybrid Constructs

Work Smarter, Not Harder
Updated on September 26, 2022

Chaser has room for 16 sequences. Each sequence can have between 1 and 1024 steps. Each sequence can be renamed to make it easier to remember which one is which. You switch between sequences by hitting the forward and backward button. You can also quickly jump to a sequence by directly entering a value in the number box in front of the name. 


You add and remove steps with the + and – buttons, or directly setting a specific amount in the number box. You jump to a step by clicking on it, or you can hit the left and right arrow keys to go to the previous and next steps.

By dragging one step to another, you can copy and paste steps. If you’re so inclined, you can also use the old fashioned CTRL/CMD – c and CTRL/CMD – v for this.

By dragging one step to another and holding it, you can multicopy a step to every other xth step. So for instance, step 1 will copy to step 5, step 9 and step 13. This is useful for making odd/evens or repeating patterns.

Tip! It’s best to make sequences with the same amount of steps as much possible, to prevent big changes in visual tempo when switching sequences in Resolume.

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