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App for saving patches

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Damonica    0

Hey hey,

A friend pointed out a nifty app, called chainr, that can be of great help when it comes to remembering setups, instrument placement, settings or whatever. It's basically a tool to help you remember multiple actions in a chain. A chain can consist of text, audio recordings, pictures, videos etc etc. You can view the chain like a multimedia slide. A modern version of the good old recall sheet if you ask me.

Another nice option is that you can share your chain or sheet with others. So if your friend/college wants to use that super-fat-sound you made, you share your Chain with him/her :)

He said the app is free for downloading this weekeind so I'm going to check it out but I was wondering what others think off this?

You can find it here www.chainr.com

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Damonica    0

Hey,

I can see why you think this is spam. And it is in a way.

But the App is free. And it will be free for a long time.

Also the idea for this app was born in a recording studio: Gearslutz

It is very usefull and it's free to enjoy for anybody.

And although I haven't played much in the last 5 years. I did play bass for a long, long time.

Have fun!

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6string    81

Hey,

I can see why you think this is spam. And it is in a way.

But the App is free. And it will be free for a long time.

Also the idea for this app was born in a recording studio: Gearslutz

It is very usefull and it's free to enjoy for anybody.

And although I haven't played much in the last 5 years. I did play bass for a long, long time.

Have fun!

So do you own a guitar? Sorry had to ask :smartass:

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Damonica    0

I'm have been a producer for the past years. But I still have some of my guitars. Collecting dust.

Any feedback on the app? It will continue to be free, permanently.

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