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Recorder Digits for Windows 2.85

Recorder Digits can produce a text-only report and a rich-text report.


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  • Last Updated: Jun 3, 2008
  • License: Freeware Free
  • OS: Windows Vista/XP/2000/98/Me/NT
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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Recorder Digits for Windows is a Home & Education software developed by rahsoft. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for Recorder Digits for Windows:

Recorder Digits can produce 2 different types of reports - a text-only report and a rich-text "word-processor" report.
A report can be created for the built-in fingerings or a loaded external file. For example, a very nice learners report can be produced from the Ken Wollitz Advice file.

Below is a sample of a text-only report, and then a screen snapshot of word-processor report, opened in Microsoft Word. This report is taken from the external file showing normal trills. It shows the standard fingering for the note, followed by the 2-fingering trilling sequence.

Text Report:
Note: C#/Db, octave 1
0 12- 45/-
D#/Eb -> C#/Db
0 1-3 4---
0 1-3 4*56/ (note obtained with trill fingers DOWN)
Play the alternate C#/Db gently or it will break to the next octave.

There is also new Help which is Vista-ready. And enhancements for folks who want to create fingerings for historic recorders that aren't standard F or C recorders (e.g. set up a G recorder with a scale starting at G).

Standard and Alternate fingerings for all notes

Fingerings for soprano/tenor, alto, and bass recorders

Easy to read recorder Diagrams

If an alternate fingering is normally used for trilling, the trill fingers are shown (optionally)

Extensive context-sensitive Help via F1 key

2 types of reports (click here for full description)
text-only format - fingerings shown using text diagrams
rich-text word-processor format - fingerings shown using pictures

"Extra" information supplied on most notes via the "Info" buttons - see the screen snapshot on the RcDigits Home PaGE.

"SMART" note names - for example, in alto and bass mode, the lowest note is referred to as "F", while in soprano mode, it is called "C".

Enharmonic note-naming style can be chosen by the user - for example, you decide whether the 2nd lowest note on the alto is called "F#/Gb", "F#", or "Gb".
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