Hey everyone!I'm struggling to figure out what to do instead of printing out the same chord charts over and over, week by week. All I can think of is individual team member binders and/or a filing…Continue
"I'll add, after years of making copies when people lost their music, I finally set up a computer in our office that our band has access to so they can reprint music instead of asking me to do it.
""All I can think of is individual team member binders and/or a filing cabinet that we put our music into."This is exactly what I've been doing for 12 years now. Each member of the band has two binders, a big one to keep all 50…"
"There are some great ideas coming up here. I've got a meeting with the other worship leaders from my church tonight so might well be picking a few of them up into use fairly soon.
I've noticed that on the local scene (Oxford, UK) a lot of…"
"I didn't say, but none of our songs go onto two pages. If a song won't fit on a single page, I might print some part of it a bit smaller, I might leave out a bridge or a verse that doesn't seem like it contributes anything, or I…"
"Good stuff - you've got the holes punched on both sides so you don't have to mash a 2-pager into position. I've recently gone to a way to make 3 and even 4 pages work with a binder (provided you widen the stand with a piece of…"
"After years of resisting the idea, we've finally gone with 3-ring binders, one per person and a couple spares in case somebody borrowed their book (strongly discouraged) and left it at home. I make a point of keeping our "active…"
"If you've ever done a music-writin program like Finale, you'll know that while some things magnify, others are left (like the icons you have to continually select) for twentysomethings that have eagles' eyes."
"The idea of having everything on a tablet (not an iDevice) has some appeal, but my eyes aren't so good now, and I can't read chords that small fast enough to be useful, even with a 10" screen - probably not even on a 15" in…"
"More paranoid than you - I usually draw a fat marker line around my master. Now we have it easy - all of our players are about 50 years old, so they actually bring their music to practices -- and even church!"
"Many years ago I began an alphabetical book, a 3-ring binder (1 1/2"). For flexibility of use, there's nothing to beat them (unless you want to propel yourself, fueled by tons of money, into the iBook world's programs which…"
"At my previous church we had a collection of songbooks (several copies of each) but mainly relied on small A5 folders. Again there were several copies of these and there was an ongoing admin job to keep these up to date.
In my present church,…"
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