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Is anyone using an app for set lists on a tablet? Trying to remove all paper from the stage and singer is digging heels in a bit. He always has notes on the floor around his feet. Is there an app he can put on his tablet to organise his word sheets into set lists?

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2 minutes ago, mrtcat said:

That looks just the ticket! awesome thank you.

No problem, we’ve used it for a few years and it’s such a well thought out app. Has made setlist and lyric recall so much easier.

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53 minutes ago, Acebassmusic said:

I use Set List Helper and its been great for my needs. You could also buy a big stage fan to help with getting rid of his notes....:biggrin:

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Just adding to the list for others wanting suggestions too, I'm using DeepDish Gig Book on ipad. I liked it better than some of the alternatives but it's probably down to preference and personal ease of use.

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Of course there is an app these days - great idea! I remember in the 90s when another band on the bill were knocking my band because we had typed set lists!

I suddenly feel like a bit of a dinosaur!

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Written (ok, typed) set-lists are a must, we often have people asking for them. Wouldn`t do to be giving tablets away.

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48 minutes ago, Lozz196 said:

Written (ok, typed) set-lists are a must, we often have people asking for them. Wouldn`t do to be giving tablets away.

Agreed, we always end up giving set lists away & certainly can't afford to buy an ipad let alone give them away.

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This thread makes our method of writing the songs on an old cereal box and pulling them out as the occasion suits, positively antiquated :D

Yes, really.

Oh, and learning the lyrics - but that's a topic that's been done to death already

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our front guy uses 'lyric pad' on his tablet. Works well and slowly scrolls the lyrics once they've been opened. 

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I use "On Song". can be shared around every band member if required.

Not the cheapest but worth the money IMO

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'On song' is pretty comprehensive for lyrics, chord sheets, setlists. You can sync all band members tablets together, project lyrics to a big screen, connect your pc for editing. It does metronomes, audio playback, quick key changes etc. etc. etc.

I only use a tiny part of it's fuctionality but it's good.

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3 minutes ago, Blink said:

I use "On Song". can be shared around every band member if required.

Not the cheapest but worth the money IMO

snap!!

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