OnSong

OnSong

By OnSong

  • Category: Music
  • Release Date: 2012-02-26
  • Current Version: 1.99999
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 86.40 MB
  • Developer: OnSong
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 4
4
From 1,767 Ratings

Description

Manage huge collections of chord charts and lyrics sheets for your band or worship team on your iPad or iPhone. Quickly pull and reorder set lists and flip from one song to the next with ease. Transpose and highlight chords or change font size with a brush of your finger! Hands-free operation with popular wireless foot pedals or MIDI devices. Playing music has never been more simple with software built for live performance musicians. You can import songs directly from online sources such as Dropbox, or add your own songs with the built-in editor. Just type the song like you would expect and surround your chords in square brackets inline with your lyrics. It's that easy! OnSong automatically detects sections and titles for you when you end them with a colon. You can also import your existing songs using iTunes file sharing or Dropbox. OnSong supports PDF, Word, Pages, JPG, PNG, TIFF, ChordPro and text file formats. When you have your set just the way you want it, share it with your band members wirelessly. Listen to the song you are playing directly from your iTunes or OnSong music library, play a metronome or get the music iTunes with just one tap. This app is loaded with features that musicians demand. Features: • Simple song and chord entry • Import, export and synchronize with Dropbox and other sources • Pull sets and change songs for live performance • Flip or tap through all the songs in your set • Transpose and capo with the brush of a finger • Highlight or bold chords for visibility • Change font size and style • Keep track of your past sets and archive • Import songs from your various online sources • Play backing tracks from your iTunes or OnSong music library • Play a click track to a metronome with remembered tempo for each song • Share wirelessly with your band members over Bluetooth or WiFi • Send your list to your team via email • Print your set wirelessly to an AirPrint printer • Works with many foot pedals such as the AirTurn PED, AirTurn BT-105, Griffin Stompbox and iRig Blueboard • Project lyrics or use a stage monitor with VGA, HDMI, AirPlay and Chromecast support

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Reviews

  • Quirky!!!!!

    1
    By Mad in St Louis
    I love the program when it works! Has a mind of its own to often. It needs stability! I use pdfs and word docs. Zoom has mind of it's own. It won't scroll to bottom of page half the time! When you need it the most it fails! I'm looking for something that works. I am so done with this app! And yes, I'm using the latest version. And yes, my iPod is up to date too!
  • 1.999 has a bug on both my iPhone 8 and iPad 2

    1
    By seawalking
    1.999 has a bug on both my iPhone 8 and iPad 2 it keeps changing to 5 string bass from 4 string when trying to Change chord fingering. I was so pleased with this app until now.
  • No words // Amazing!

    5
    By j_smit2
    This app is hands down amazing. I’ve been using it for nearly 5 years now and it I now one of the sole reasons I have an iPad. I know you are thinking “this app is so expensive” if you are looking for an app to organize all your music, transpose keys, change keys according to capo, and organize set lists for your whole band then for real invest the money. The OnSong staff is supper supportive and have always gotten right back to me if I have any questions. The app is very clean and easy to use, yet still jam packed with amazing features. I use this app on stage at least twice a week and I wouldn’t change a thing. I can’t play without it now. BUY IT. It might expensive but in the grand scheme of things it is so so so worth it. I recommend it to any instrumentalist, ESPECIALLY if you are performing on stage.
  • An Utterly Unintuitive App.

    1
    By dank58
    I have struggle with this app for a very long time. I even paid extra for add-ons. I wanted to like and use it. Unfortunately, it is nowhere near ready for Prime Time. I have since switched to another app that easily and effortlessly loads my sheet music, performs edits on the fly and scrolls reliably for live use. I will never go back to OnSong.
  • Awesome tool!

    5
    By Tutu Luv
    Very intuitive and provides specific tools musicians need and want. Recommended OnSong to all my musicians friends who were blown away by it when they saw it. Our worship team’s sound man downloaded the app on the spot during our morning sound check. Great product!
  • Apple Pencil issues

    3
    By Paperfiddler
    I’ve absolutely loved this app until last month, when my Apple Pencil went from working really well for notes on PDF’s, to jumping all over the screen like crazy. I was in a very important rehearsal situation, and almost got fired because I couldn’t get my entrances written in the right places. The screen would move around while I tried to make markings. So at the job, I was totally dependent on other people to show me when to play and sing. It was really bad, and could’ve been financially devastating. For the future, I’d love to see actual music notation option added to the program, even if it’s small scale. There are times when I’d really like to make even a sticky note with a notated phrase on it. As it is, I type in the phrase using the letters (which is very limited). Even a staff option, where I could just write in the notes with the Apple Pencil...assuming the pencil can write a circle and a line without shooting diagonally across the page...
  • Amazing Program

    5
    By Ron Gerard
    I want to tell you that as a programmer, I am very amazed by how well OnSong was written. It does so much for being so compact. While I watch the videos, I keep wondering who is the one that brought OnSong to the level that it does so much, and interacts with other existing software, like Google, DropBox, and uploading from a webpage that can take so many various forms. Cudos to all of you. I recommend your product to all the musicians that I talk with. I can only believe that your company will be very successful. Ron Gerard
  • Awful

    1
    By seanewells
    Just awful. Trying to get this working frustrating. Just horrible. Do not get this. Ughhh
  • $25 doesn't get you the whole app

    1
    By Jamie235854755
    Really nice app other than being a little tricky to navigate and glitchy at times. However, I'm really disappointed that I paid $25 for this app only to have to pay an additional $3 for the privilege of being able to highlight text with a sloppy, Windows-paint-esque highlighter. And why can't I type in a different color text? Why must the chords be only one color at a time? Nice cash-grab, you guys.
  • Nashville Number System

    4
    By Uncle Fishhook
    I would like to see the ability to edit the Nashville Number System the same way as with traditional formats.

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