Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Create and Flip Through Pages

OnSong started as a great experiment. We wanted to see if it was possible to create a great tool that would replace the binder for musicians around the world. Through the input of musicians like you, we've been able to do just that. We've reimagined how music works on stage.

One of our first goals was to get rid of the concept of pages. We thought that music is linear and shouldn't be chopped up. We wanted to rid the world of paper cuts and fumbled sheets. So since OnSong was first released in 2010, we've always allowed your music to scroll in one continuous column.  This also works great with every file type as well as features like autoscroll.

Love it or hate it, this is how things have been for years. But in OnSong 1.987, you now have the opportunity to scroll to pages.  In fact, you can also create page breaks in your text-based chord charts and scroll to those pages as well.  If you are viewing your music in landscape orientation, we even support half page scrolling automatically. How cool is that?

Watch the video below to see how to change your scroll behavior to pages and how to add page breaks in your existing OnSong or ChordPro formatted songs. Whether performing digitally or printing your text-based chord charts, this new feature will be sure to please.


Unknown said...

G'day Jason. In this tutorial you were changing pages from 1 to 4 vertically. How did you do that? My pages change horizontally. Thank you. Rob.

SimonaGabriele said...

You should position your paper in landscape and draw a line vertically through the centre of your design. This will help you balance your composition. Love story gift