Spectacle of Light Sequencing is dedicated to creating captivating and affordable xLights sequences for the community. Our sequences are designed around prop groups, making importing into your show easy. Allow us to help you turn your home into a mesmerizing Spectacle of Light, delighting your audience throughout the season.
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Update (1/15/2024): Added an updated model for the GE Grand Illusion and GE Baby Grand Illusion
Some models used in the layout and on my house have enhancements and fixes from the default models downloaded from the xLights repository. Links to these models are below. Any model I update retains all the original sub-models so that any previous sequence or sequences from other sites will render the same.
GE Grand Illusion and Baby Grand Illusion - Enhanced model includes new sub-models and Groups:
- Added 15 sub-models/groups:
- SOL Center Rings
- SOL Outer Rings
- SOL Flake
- SOL Flake2
- SOL Outer Diamonds
- SOL Petals
- SOL PetalsInside
- SOL PetalsMiddle
- SOL Snowflake Center
- SOL Spokes
- SOL Spokes Even
- SOL Spokes Odd
- SOL Spokes Fifth
- SOL Wave CCW
- SOL Wave CW
Some sub-models were re-ordered (like Spokes) to allow single strand to explode and implode easily
Made model of GE Baby Grand Illusion to map exactly the same between the two models.
Link to SOL Grand Illusion Model: SOL GE Grand Illusion.xmodel
Link to SOL Baby Grand Illusion Model: SOL GE Baby Grand Illusion.xmodel
Link to example of SOL GE Grand and Baby Grand Illusion models side by side: Example Video
GE RosaWreath - Enhanced model includes new sub-model and Group:
- Added 1 sub-model and group
- SOL Spokes (made Spokes that extend to the end of the prop)
Link to SOL GE RosaWreath: SOL GE RosaWreath.xmodel
Boscoyo Small Fan Arch - Enhanced model includes new sub-models and Groups:
- Added 7 sub-models and new groups
- Triple Arches (top 3 arches) in Group ALL Arches
- Rays in Group SOL Fan Rays
- Rays Odd in Group SOL Fan Rays Odd
- Rays Even in Group SOL Fan Rays Even
- Rays Small in Group SOL Fan Small Rays
- Rays Small Odd in Group SOL Fan Small Rays Odd
- Rays Small Even in Group SOL Fan Small Rays Even
Link to SOL Boscoyo Small Fan Arch Model: SOL Boscoyo Small Fan Arch.xmodel
PPD Wreath - Enhanced model includes new sub-models and one fix listed below:
- Added 11 sub-models:
- Flake 2
- Flake 3
- Flake 4
- Flake 5
- Added Group "PPD Wreath Outline" that used Ring 1, 2, & 3 to create an outer online of the wreath
- Fixed Ring 5 sub-model which has a duplicate node (#215)
Link to Model: PPD Wreath Enhanced.xmodel
Link to example video: Example of PPD Wreath Enhanced
Showstopper Snowflake Fixes - I corrected numerious errors in the default model
- Make fixes for 17 sub-models which I found errors in
- I show the fixes in detail (with screen shots) in the Layout PDF (Page 49-65, version 3 2/17/2023)
Link to Model: Showstopper Snowflake SOL Fix Model
Link to Layout PDF: SOL Layout (2/17/2023)
Chroma Cane (Candy Cane) - Added 2 new sub-models, "Sweep" and "Sweep Middle"
- The intent of the sweep sub-models is to allow the buffer to view the bend in the cane as a straight line
Link to Model: Chroma Cane Sweep Model
Spectacle of Light Sequencing fees are for the creation of the sequences only and do not include rights to any media that may accompany the sequences. Media includes, but not limited to, music, video, pictures, or images. It is your responsibility for owning any media rights to copyrighted media. Spectacle of Light Sequencing sales are for labor services only. Third party links will be provided for the buyer to purchase the rights to the music.
After years of decorating our home with static Christmas displays, we took a bold leap into the world of pixel displays with our first real show in 2020 known as the Tastinger Family Light Show. My personal journey with pixels began in the garage around 2018 when I added a house outline and a mega tree to my setup. However, at that time, I found myself at a loss for how to make these lights truly come alive. I stumbled through xLights, attempting to sequence the lights but struggled to achieve any desired effect.
In 2019, I made the decision to replace most of my static lights with pixels, yet the challenges persisted in my xLights endeavors. It wasn't until I attended the Florida MegaMini event in February of 2020 that I discovered the possibility of purchasing pre-made sequences and mapping them onto our homes. This revelation sparked a new sense of inspiration.
With the abundance of time spent at home in 2020, I dedicated myself to the task of mapping sequences to my modest display, consisting of approximately 5,000 pixels. Throughout this process, I began to acquire the knowledge and skills needed to navigate xLights effectively. The true turning point occurred in December 2020 when I witnessed my home dance to the music for the very first time. Overwhelmed with emotion and driven by the desire to expand, I increased my display to around 12,000 pixels in 2021 and even ventured into creating my own sequences. My show is over 16,000 pixels now with the ever-constant desire to go bigger.
Now, having relished the joy of my own spectacle of lights sequenced to music and bolstered by the encouragement of several individuals, I launched this store to offer Christmas sequences to the lighting community.