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SettingsBuddy


SettingsBuddy
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Description

Do you need to keep track of your A/V settings, connections, or track effects? Or maybe you need to visually show your home theater setup to your colleagues or clients? Perhaps you merely want to visualize your computer or server setup.

SettingsBuddy is your answer. Whether you work in a recording studio, broadcast station, are a home theater enthusiast, or deal with networking and computer connections, SettingsBuddy is an easy and quick way to store your settings for later, or to send your setups to someone else.

Using an easy to read flowchart-style interface, create devices, connections and text blocks to describe your setup.

Then, you can zoom in on the specific devices, creating inputs, outputs, and settings. The inputs and outputs could be physical connections like XLR, MIDI, power, etc. Or, the connections could be virtual; perhaps connecting a chain of effects in your computer multi-track.

Of course the same goes for the settings where they could be actual knobs on a TV or mixer, or they could be your track’s pan or volume within your computer.

Finally, you can save the setup for opening later, or even email a setup checklist to yourself or others.

So, whether you need to quickly and visually describe a setup, or whether you have a complex setup that you need to get right, SettingsBuddy is there to help!

FAQ:
Q. I click "Add" and nothing appears.
A. It is at the bottom of the list. Scroll down by dragging your finger over the list to see your device.

Q. How do I edit the details of a device?
A. Double tap the device with your finger. One device's details can be viewed at a time.

If you have any questions, please send an email! We answer quickly! Thanks.

What's New in Version 1.3

-Snap to Grid
-Add Device Types Improved

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