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Software for recall sheets
Old 13th June 2019
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Software for recall sheets

Hi all,

Wondering if anyone knows of any software where you can keep digital versions of recall sheets? Would be an amazing thing to have rather than keeping physical copies, especially if it comes with a categorizing system of some sorts. I'd happily pay an annual subscription cost for something like that.
Old 4 weeks ago
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If you are using a daw then just scan the recall sheet and load the picture into the DAW notes section if it allows it?
With this you can even take photos of your gear instead of writing it down and just load the photos in the daw.
Old 4 weeks ago
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Your question almost sounds like a setup, a stealth advertising pitch, but here's exactly what you're looking for: https://teaboyaudio.com/
Old 4 weeks ago
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Originally Posted by dirker View Post
Your question almost sounds like a setup, a stealth advertising pitch, but here's exactly what you're looking for: https://teaboyaudio.com/
Haha I assure it was not. Many thanks, will check it out tomorrow!
Old 4 weeks ago
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I just use Adobe Acrobat. I use the X — \ and / characters in bold red color, and place the text boxes manually if I need to be exact. Works well for me.

Cheers,
A
Old 4 weeks ago
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Quote:
Originally Posted by dirker View Post
Your question almost sounds like a setup, a stealth advertising pitch, but here's exactly what you're looking for: https://teaboyaudio.com/
It’s great. Using it for more then 10 years now...
Old 4 weeks ago
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Some hardware come with a pdf recall sheet. And which don’t I just download a high resolution image of them or the manual which many times has a drawing/sketch of the unit. Then I use Gimp and mark settings with a red dot then save as jpg. Has been the easiest way to store settings and it’s free!
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