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Setlists 2.1 – Now with backing tracks and metronome!

We are happy to announce that Setlists 2.1 has arrived in the App Store – our first major feature update to Setlists 2! With great new features including the ability to play backing tracks with your songs, and a new click feature to keep you on tempo, Setlists 2.1 will be your ultimate live performance companion. Upgrade today, or [...]

Setlists 1.2: Live Lyric Prompting Now Available on your iPhone or iPod touch

Setlists has just hit another milestone with the release of version 1.2. This update adds support for the iPhone and iPod touch, making Setlists accessible to millions more devices worldwide. And since the app is universal, those who have bought or buy Setlists for their iPads get this extra compatibility for free. So if your [...]

The Story of Setlists (the iPad lyrics app for musicians) 4 – Page Breaks

I wanted to take a moment to talk about the way Setlists creates page breaks, because it’s a good demonstration of why you should share your design issues with your collaborators. As I mentioned in an earlier installment of this series, one of the early decisions for Setlists was that it wouldn’t have constantly scrolling [...]

The Story of Setlists Part 3 – Why Setlists Doesn’t Scroll Text

I remember one time listening to Billy Sheehan explain why he doesn’t use active pickups on any of his basses. He said that batteries are a variable, and his goal was to eliminate as many variables as possible when he is performing. The more things you have in the chain of your setup, the more [...]