Chart reading app

Discussion in 'General Instruction [BG]' started by Slaine01, Oct 27, 2013.


  1. Slaine01

    Slaine01

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    Sydney - Australia
    I have my charts in Word format
    ie: / A / G / Bb / F

    and have bought an HP Slate 7 tablet so I can read off this. ( on a mic stand with a holder)

    Looking for a good app or programme that I can use that doesnt involve scrolling down to find a specific chart with my finger ( we play a LOOOOOT of tunes..lol )
    . Would love one that I could do a set list before going on stage and just tap each song to access the chart.

    Any ideas :help:

    cheers
  2. refbassist

    refbassist

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    Finland
    Thats iRealb that you want check it out.

    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.massimobiolcati.irealb&hl=en
  3. angryclown5

    angryclown5

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    Lafayette, Colorado
    I use ForScore. It does all that. Been very happy with it.
  4. alfoders

    alfoders

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    I'll "second" the motion for iRealb. Song and practice charts galore are available in their forum. You can change keys, tempos, speed, add or remove instruments, print the charts or play them back on you device.
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  6. RustyAxe

    RustyAxe Supporting Member

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    Connecticut
    Songbook by Linkesoft ... I use it a lot as I play in many different projects. It does what you want ... and much, much more. I'm in the Apple camp, but there are Songbook versions for Android, too (and many other OS as well).

    http://www.linkesoft.com/songbook/android.html
  7. Davesound

    Davesound

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    Apr 30, 2013
    Hi

    I use " OnSong".


    Davesound

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