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Time Warp - Glee Cast Version (Singing Monsters)
Time Warp - Glee Cast Version (Singing Monsters)


 
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Time Warp - Glee Cast Edition (Sequenced by Robert S) - Total run time of 3 minutes 13 seconds
Julie Reasoner's Halloween Display
Time Warp (Glee version) Sequenced by Robert Stephenson
Product Features
Intended for use with our HolidayCoro Monster Quartet but can be used with your own designs including wire frames. Sequences can be used as-is or copy and pasted into your own existing sequences.
Includes sequences for the following Holiday Sequencing applications:
- LOR (Light-O-Rama) S2/S3 (includes LOR template for producing your own sequences) with preview animiation
- LightShow Pro 2.5 (LOR Import)
- Vixen 2.1 with preview animiation
- Vixen 2.5 (Vixen 2.1 Import - not supported)
- Includes background graphic for laying out preview animations in other sequencing applications
Includes sequencing for 48 Channels:
- Pumpkin Outline (all four monsters)
- Eyes Open (all four monsters)
- Eyes Constant - Closed (all four monsters)
- Top Mouth (all four monsters)
- Middle Mouth (all four monsters)
- Wide Mouth (all four monsters)
- "O" Mouth (all four monsters)
- Narrow Mouth (all four monsters)
- 8 Channels for mini pumpkins (see our Pumpkin Bunch) or other elements such as tombstones
- 4 Channels for Strobe Lights
- 4 Channels for house lights

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Time Warp - Glee Cast Version November 8, 2012
Reviewer: Greenlee Brittenum from Friendswood, TX United States  
A great sequence, the song really lends its self to the four monster heads with all the different parts.  I prefer the original version to the Glee version but both sequences are great.

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