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Save and organize


Many features allows you to save your content like songs, exercises, chord progressions, drum patterns or fretboard quizzes. All of this features do have the same menus.

  • The Folder Menu is the menu to organize your items. It allows you to create something new, such as a song or exercise, save it, or reopen your saved items. It hosts also functionality to share the item or to add notes
  • History for quick access to your most recent saves. You can also to search for the item
  • The Navigation menu to move between screens/features
  • Moreover (⋮) menu for on-screen actions, settings and help
  • Click on the item name to go directly to the table of contents
  • The toolbar at the bottom of each screen contains the most commonly used functions

Table of contents

Once you’ve created and saved a song, quiz, exercise, or similar, this item will be listed in the table of contents. It is also the place where the content is organized. To keep an overview, you can sort, search and favor your content.

The table of contents can always be opened via the ‘Folder’ menu or a click on the item’s name on the feature screen.

Note: It is always worth taking a look at the settings. There are true treasures slumbering. For example:

Table of content mode

If the Table of content mode is active, the screen ‘Table of contents’ is opened before the feature itself. There you can select one of the stored items to open the item with the feature. If we take the songbook as an example. With the ‘Table of contents’ mode activated, the ‘Table of contents’ of the songbook is shown if you start the songbook. There you can select a song and the Songbook is started to show the song. If you go ‘Back’ from the songbook, the ‘Table of contents’ is shown again. With the ‘Table of contents’ mode deactivated, the songbook is started immediately with the last song. To open the ‘Table of contents’, you have to use the ‘Folder’ menu.


The ‘Table of contents’ is a true multi-talent and works for all items which allow to create items like songs or drum patterns. It provides a consistent interface, but not every function is available for each feature.

  • Categorize your item(s), to supplement them with helpful information and find them more quickly
  • Create a new item and starts the feature screen
  • Delete selected item(s)
  • Download shared items for import e.g. Drum Patterns
  • Export the selected item(s) to files
  • Favor your item(s) to find them more quickly (see settings)
  • Import new items. Normally from files.
  • Open the selected item in the feature screen (use a double click as a shortcut)
  • Preview: some features provide a functional preview like the Drum Machine
  • Search in the list of your items
  • Share the selected item(s) with your friends, musicians or students
  • Synchronize your between devices or with the cloud
  • Rename the selected item (long click)
  • Toggle between single and multi-selection

Tip: The full-text search allows you to search not only by the name of an entry but also by its content.

  • It can be used to search for chords, song text or arbitrary song information
  • The search also supports the wildcards ‘?’ for any character and ‘*’ for 0 or more characters
  • Complex search terms can be logically linked with ‘AND’, ‘OR’, ‘(‘ and ‘)’
  • Option for case-sensitive search

Tip: Use fast scrolling by dragging the scrollbar at the right side.

Organize items in categories

Stored entries, such as songs or drum patterns, can be categorized and thus supplemented with helpful information. Entries can be filtered by categories and thus be found more quickly. Categories can be created and maintained individually. Our video shows how to use categories.

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