Play around with all the effect settings. You may end up using some off-the-wall color, or messing with the intensity... who knows.
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I think that since you are playing with light then blue + red = magenta
so what your asking can give a quite limited result. you can't get true blue on true red in an additive (light) mode. but with a bit playing around, you can get cyan (255 blue, 255 green) in a quite additive looking mode like this
or even like this
but I think that as flexible as you are going to get. the more blue it get's the less it looks like actual light. maybe one of our scholars could pitch in...
Okay. I played around with settings but couldn't seem to achieve what Roei has there in his top image.
I found though that by recreating what he posted, that I needed to adjust the sweep intensity, but more importantly, I needed to change the Light Reception from Add to Composite.
As an aside, I kind of wish Light Sweep had its own internal full blending mode menu.