This concludes this tutorial. Some of the features not yet covered and that you might explore next are:
Timed sequences. Like chases, but with more flexibility. It allows to program a series of presets every time the sequence is switched on.
Effects. This allows making lights flicker like a candle, light up on the volume of the music and creating complex logical combinations.
Many more default designs.
Structuring your presets, chases and other objects into folders. When creating complex shows, the number of objects may become very large. Hierarchical foldering and naming these appropriately helps to keep them easily accessible.
Using the dry mode. This allows modifying your show while the show runs, without affecting the output.
Shows can be saved and loaded. This also saves fader groups and fader assignment.