|License:||Free to try|
|Op. System:||Windows 7/Vista/2003/XP/2000/98|
|File size:||5.72 MB|
Publisher description for SetLister
SetLister is software for bands, solo musicians, singers, and worship leaders--anyone who needs to quickly and easily create and print a Setlist for a practice, rehearsal, or performance. One of the keys to success in the music industry is being organized, professional, and ready to meet the opportunities that come your way. And we think that you will find SetLister to be a valuable tool for helping you to "get your act together"! Ideas for using SetLister: - Create Setlists to use during a live performance - Create Setlists for practice or rehearsal - Create a list of songs for band members to learn before your next practice - Use SetLister to create a Track Listing for a CD that can easily be rearranged - Review and compare past Setlists to keep your performances fresh by mixing up the songs performed at a certain venue - Built-in PDF creation allows you to e-mail a copy of a Setlist to other band members before your next gig Features include: - Create a Song List of your band's repertoire - Add Songs to a Setlist with a double-click, drag-and-drop, or by clicking in the menu - Easily change the order of songs in a Setlist by clicking and dragging the handles with the mouse - Open multiple Setlist windows at one time - Keyboard Shortcuts allow for fast data entry - Print Setlists for use at band practice or at gigs - Print out a list of all of the Songs in your Song List - Built-in PDF creation of Setlists and Reports - Import Song List from a CSV file (can be edited using MS Excel) New features in Version 2.0: - Integrated Report Designer tool allows you to make changes to the layout of your printed setlists or reports - Integrated E-mail functionality allows you to create a PDF of a setlist, attach it to an e-mail, and send the e-mail directly from the application using a compatible SMTP E-mail account, such as Google's G-mail. - Manage a list of names and e-mail addresses for band members who should receive setlists via e-mail - And more...