The auto-remote shows a screen that looks like a speaker that displays the selected colorrange.
By dragging the handles on the speaker the colorrange can be set.
The mode button determines how the lights react to the music (transition). There are several transition options available (auto, fast, medium, slow and party). The default setting is auto.
When the music is played a color from the colorrange is selected and is displayed in the circle at the upperleft corner of the screen. The color of the lights will be set accordingly using the selected transition mode.
Just play your music, sit back and let the Muesic take control.
This remote lets you select your own backgroundimage to determine the colors of your lights. Lamps can be positioned by placing pickers on the colorfull parts of the image.
When the music starts playing, the pickers will pulsate on the music and a color is selected from within that dynamic range of the picker.
Press the little button on the rightbottom corner of the screen to select the options for the backgroundimage.
The dancefloor-remote shows a screen that looks like a real dancefloor showing patterns that respond to the music.
By dragging the lamps onto a specific position, the lamps will be updated with the colors of the dancefloor tiles.
In the settingspanel different patterns and colorranges can be selected.
When the music is played colors from the colorrange are selected to create the patterns.
Let the party begin.
Open the light selection screen (lamp button on the leftbottom corner of the screen) to set general light settings for the App.
At the top of the screen are two sliders that control the ranges of the overall brightness and saturation of the lights.
Next a list of available lamps is displayed. By pressing a lamp-item this lamp can be activated or deactivated. This means that when a lamp is deactivated it will not respond to the music anymore.
Finally there is a small button on the topright corner of the screen to deactivate and turn off all lamps.