1.Previous Song button –Click here to move to the next higher song in the setlist.
2.Setlists drop-down menu – Select a setlist to play from this menu. The All Songs setlist is always present in the list.
3.Manage Setlists contextual drop-down menu –This menu contains numerous commands for managing song parts, songs, and setlists. It is covered in detail in the section below.
4.Capture variation button – Click this button to save edits you have made to a variation into the currently selected song part only. The changes are not saved to the variation in the rackspace browser. This is a quick way of customizing a variation and saving it. Once the button is clicked, it offers options for what to do next. See .
5.Active rackspace and variation
7.Song part tile bar – Click on any of these large, highly visible buttons to instantly switch between song parts. Tiles can be configured to visually match the layout of a MIDI foot pedal controller. The Gig Performer Lemur template also contains tiles, to make it easy to select songs by touch. Selecting a song part does one or more of these things: load the assigned variation, send out an assigned MIDI program change message,
8.Next Song button - Click here to move to the next lower song in the setlist.
9.Rackspace/Variation Show/Hide button – Click here to show or hide the rackspace browser.
10. Rackspace browser – Rackspaces and variations can be selected here, to map to song parts or on the fly. There is no rackspace management in the Setlists-Songs view. For that you must enter Performer or Connections view.
NOTE: Performer and Connections views access only stored versions of variations. Edits performed in Setlist view are not available in those views.
11. Lock Song button –This is a safety feature to prevent accidental changes. When this button is clicked, changes to rackspaces assignments in songs are not allowed. Attempting to change a rackspace produces an error screen.
12.Setlist editor – Setlists can be accessed, songs can be added to a setlist from the Add Songs to Setlist window, and reordered by dragging. Many important functions for the setlist editor are found in the .