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    When it was that I visited Professional Studios, there was one thing that came to mind. The studio technician held a clipboard with a spreadsheet for organizing tracks on the mixer board.

    I am looking for advanced software that might emulate this idea. Perhaps someone can direct me to a template or spreadsheet program that can/has created studio mixing board templates?

    Thanks.
    - MoevaL

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    Why not do it yourself? You know what sort of information you want to keep track of. I've seen Quattro Pro for Windows available for $39.

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    I use *Excel. I just make 8 columns wide enough for the page.(8 tracks) It's easy and you can come up with any size and Number of tracks. I used to draw them out
    using graph paper in the old days.

    You just need to know what instruments
    are recorded on what track. I write in pan
    settings and special notes like.."Pull back
    vocal harmony at chorus"...etc. You can get fancy and draw EQ knobs and show
    relative positions with a line.

    Dom Franco

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