(*FetishCabaret SET 16 “CabaretAudience”

“Ladies and Gentlemen – The Show begins….. ”


Fetish Cabaret SET 16

-CabaretAudience- is all about ‘in front of the curtains’ – and the last needed piece for those who’d like to stage a complete performance with all aspects. – To match up with our FetishCabaret Photostages in rust and black, the set comes in both lighter and darker wood. And with that, allows you for many combination options. It belongs to our photoseries, but might as well prove useful in ‘real’ SL shows and performances. The set includes photography props and poses with the following properties:

4 (5) POSES (no mod/no transfer):

• (* audienceFemale
• (* audienceFemale (short arms)
• (* audienceFemale (applause)
• (* audienceMale
• (* audienceMale (applause)

All POSES come with ‘copy’ rights so you can put them into your posestands or make own poseball arrangements.

The pack includes the poses as single animations and in two multiPoseballs (MALE and FEMALE) which respond to /1 show and /1 hide and allow to toggle the poses by using the pageUp/pageDown keys. These Poseballs are not needed with the chairs, but including them makes it easier in some cases for photographers who work with models to adjust their positioning.


You sit on the chair itself. On first sit a menu pops up allowing you to pick which pose you’d like. After that, you only click the chair again, and you’ll receive the menu to change between the poses. You might notice on first sitting it is running your AO sit (or default SL sit if your AO sit is turned off). We included this option so you have one spot in the adjustment menu to save your AO sitting adjustments if you make any. See more about the pose adjustments in the next section! – Including this option allows you for even more flexibility with staging your audience, unfortunately the pose-engine seems to be not very happy to go from our included animations back to the AO – in most cases it requires hopping off/on the chair again or restarting the AO. (I believe it might be connected to animation priority levels)

The clapping animated poses are included for a more ‘alive’ picture result, and to allow its use for a real SL performance if you’d like to add a little fun-aspect for the audience.


An easy and intuitively to use adjustment-menu allows you to move the positioning of your avartar – height, rotation, everything! Speak /1a in open channel for the adjustment menu. ‘Postion’ will allow you to move your avartar more forward, backwards, left or right (X and Y axis) and of course up and down (Z axis), if needed ‘Rotation’ menu gives you more options.

And that’s all YOU have to remember, from there on the script does the work and remembers the avartar custom settings of the 50 most frequent users who adjusted their positions as long as chair and vanity stay rezzed and the scripts are not reset. Unfortunately it cannot keep the positions when picked up back to inventory and will rez back on default settings – but since the adjustment is easy and quick, this shouldn’t be a problem *grins*.

PROPS (all no modify/no transfer):

• (*CabaretTable **WOOD** – 2 PRIMS
• (*CabaretAudience Chair **CREME** – 8 PRIMS each chair
• (*CabaretAudience Chair **RUST**
• (*CabaretAudience Chair **DARKRED**

• (*CabaretTable **DARKWOOD**
• (*CabaretAudience Chair **CREME DARKWOOD**
• (*CabaretAudience Chair **RUST DARKWOOD**
• (*CabaretAudience Chair **DARKRED DARKWOOD**

And again here the little reminder: keep the /1a chat command for the adjustment menu in mind to adjust your avatar position! As long as the chairs are rezzed and scripts not reset, these settings will be remembered for 50 avatars. (I think even 100 with the MONO script now, but let’s play safe and assume 50. ;-)) )

As with everything scripted: Make sure you are in a sim that allows for scripts to run!

That’s all you need to know, so from here on…. have fun and lean back.

Would you like to stop by in world?

You’ll find us at deviousMind/120/160/30 if you are interested in single poses only or to preview the poses on your avartar!

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