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Many performers use a cube or die in their presentations these days.
Whether colours or numbers, hi-tech or not, they can pack a sizeable punch if routined and performed well.
This PDF explains a method for divining 8 separate pieces of information for each side of a cube.
That’s 48 pieces of info instead of a mere 6.
But it doesn’t stop there.
Also included is a ‘failsafe mechanism’ which will enable you to continue with your effect should all/any hi-tech methods suddenly fail mid performance.
This method alone makes the PDF a must have for all users of such pieces of equipment.
This PDF also caters for those who shun such hi-tech methods and prefer to keep their cubes ‘old school’
Don’t want to use a cube? No problem. Other ways to use INCUBEIGHT are explained in detail.
The PDF includes printable artworks to get you up and running with the minimum of fuss.
The instruction PDF will be sent by Email. By a real person.
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Although this PDF and it’s associated artwork is aimed at performances in English……
Changing only 12 words is all that is needed to convert this to any language at all.