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Gadjot, a notepad for your setup on iOS

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Tote Note offers on the AppStore a new app that allows musicians and engineers to store their setup settings.

Gadjot is available on the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. Its GUI is designed to help you quickly take note of the labels and settings, wether they are amp knobs, microphone positions or vocal strip adjustments. You can save the presets, take pictures and send the settings by e-mail in table formats. Shortcuts are also available for easier access.

Gadjot is free but ads are included so that Tote Note can develop more interesting apps (it’s their first creation). You can download it from the AppStore and read the manual at gadjot.com.

 

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